A formal induction ceremony will take place Sunday, April 22 at the American Planning Association National Conference in New Orleans.
More than two dozen trees in Arlington are being recognized as Notable Tree winners for 2018. This is the story behind one of the trees—and it’s connection to Arlington County government history.
Highlights the history of Fort C.F. Smith, which was built in 1863 as part of a circle of 68 forts constructed around Washington, D.C. to protect the city.
What’s with the wild turkeys recently seen walking through Rosslyn?
Watch as five record players, two artists, and one stationary bike come together to produce an interactive installation for the new Arlington Art Truck.
Some 50 standing commissions and groups, made up of hundreds of volunteers, closely examine key issues facing the County and provide advice and recommendations to the Board.
Leaders from civic associations, County government, advisory groups, local businesses and nonprofit organizations gathered for two roundtables to discuss critical issues facing Arlington women.
The lead-up to this year’s Earth Day kicks off with E-CARE on March 31, and continues throughout the month of April with many other events.
Teaching and learning touches everyone involved at Arlington Weaves, Etc.
This new guide aims to strengthen engagement and communication processes across County government, for hundreds of capital projects both large and small.