Arlington County holds its biannual Environmental Collection and Recycling Event (E-CARE) on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine, at Yorktown High School School, 5200 Yorktown Blvd.
Arlington County and neighbors just south are marking the completed construction of the Four Mile Run Restoration Project.
Former Rep. Jim Moran, Arlington County Board Vice Chair Katie Cristol and County Board Member Libby Garvey will be among those celebrating completion of the Four Mile Run Restoration Project on Saturday.
The new Lubber Run Community Center design maximizes the site’s green space while maintaining the building’s core functionality.
Show the bond between you and your dog while out on walks: always use a leash, for safety and peace of mind.
Arlington’s Energy Lending Library Program encourages residents to save energy.
Some 70,000 bees have been saved by a bee-keeping couple working with the County to transfer the hive and honey out of a former office building in Nauck slated for demolition.
The following actions took place at this week’s Arlington County Board Meetings (June 17 and June 20) Intersection, Trail and Bridge Improvement Contracts Arlington County Board Adopts a Resolution on Climate Action Clubhouse, Indoor Batting Tunnels Coming to Barcroft’s Tucker Field Public Hearings Set for Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area Map Update Williamsburg Neighborhood Conservation Plan […]
The County Board set public hearings in July for an updated map meant to protect environmentally sensitive areas near streams and he Chesapeake Bay.
As part of its Natural Resources Management Plan, Arlington has worked hard to remove invasive plants and add mostly natives – never invasives – to public spaces.