Stephen J. Agostini takes up his duties as director of management and finance for Arlington County on November 21.
Arlington has been named by the Human Rights Campaign one of 37 American “All-Star Cities” acclaimed for their high standard of inclusiveness toward their Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities.
Arlington County Manager Mark Schwartz announced today that he has appointed Dr. Bryna Helfer as Assistant County Manager and Director of Communications and Public Engagement. She will join Arlington County government on Monday, Sept. 19.
County Manager Mark Schwartz has named James Bonzano Arlington County Fire Chief, after an extensive national search. Chief Bonzano joined the ACFD in 1984, and has worked in a multitude of positions in his 31 years with the department, most recently serving as Acting Assistant Chief.
Manager system of government began Jan. 1, 1932 Roy S. Braden 1932 – 1936 Frank C. Hanrahan 1936 – 1947 A.T. Lundberg 1947 – 1962 Bert W. Johnson 1962 – 1976 W. Vernon Ford 1976 – 1981 Larry J. Brown 1982 – 1987 Anton S. Gardner 1987 – 1998 William T. Donahue 1998 – 2001 […]
Arlingtonians now have a Resident Ombudsman to help navigate County government and will see the benefits of an expanded Public Engagement effort.
Arlington County and Virginia Tech will apply to join the Metrolab Network to begin a new city-university partnership to create technologically and analytically-based solutions to make government more effective and efficient.
Auditor will conduct independent program and operational audits and reviews of County departments, operations and/or County-funded programs.
Arlova Vonhm named Has worked in zoning leadership for13 years, including D.C. and Evanston, IL Experience working on large, complex projects ARLINGTON, Va. – Arlova Vonhm has been named Arlington County’s new Acting Zoning Administrator. She joined the County as a principal planner in July 2012 and previously serving in zoning leadership roles for the […]
Tourism in Arlington generated $2.97 billion in local travel spending in 2014, an increase of 4.9 percent over 2013. Tourism also supported 24,750 jobs in the County and generated $80.7 million in local tax receipts benefiting the community.