The Arlington County Board’s November Meeting will be held on Saturday, Nov. 18, Monday, Nov. 27 and Tuesday, Nov. 28. Here are Agenda Highlights.
The County Board will consider changes that would allow more opportunities to create accessory dwelling units.
You’re officially invited to the Housing Trivia Battle!, part of October’s Arlington celebration of Affordable Housing Month.
The County Board has green-lighted a new Crystal City apartments project at 2351 Jefferson Davis Highway that will advance the community’s vision for the neighborhood.
The Board approved a site plan and rezoning at 4201 N. Fairfax Drive for a mixed-use project that will include a new church, daycare facility, multi-family apartments that will include 48 committed affordable units and public art.
The County Board allocated $7.4 million in funding from the Affordable Housing Investment Fund to help construct 125 new affordable units at 2910 South Glebe Road.
The Board took several actions in a coordinated effort to enact the vision outlined in the Western Rosslyn Area Plan (WRAP). The approval of several use permits and site plans will deliver a new school, new fire station, transportation network improvements, parks and open space, affordable housing, retail and new residential space to the Western Rosslyn community by 2021.
Jay Fisette is Arlington’s 2017 County Board Chair and Katie Cristol is the vice chair.
Arlington County’s Historical Affairs and Landmark Review Board (HALRB) has decided that further study of the Westover garden apartments is needed.
Culpepper Garden I apartments will be renovated for the first time since 1975.