From how election officials are keeping you safe at the polls to how to vote before Nov. 3 and what you need to bring with you, we’ve rounded up the information you need to know for the 2020 Election.
Arlington County joined Montgomery County and health officers from eight local jurisdictions in issuing a COVID-19 health advisory to individuals who have worked in the White House in the past two weeks and/or have had close contact with others who work in those spaces or attended those events.
While Halloween is not an official holiday, and is not regulated by the County, Arlington is asking everyone to continue to practice the behaviors we know slow the spread of COVID-19.
By County Manager Mark Schwartz — a first-person story that travels back 100 years to study Arlington’s 1920 census data.
Para ayudarle a entender cómo funciona el voto por correo—y sentirse seguro al presentar su voto—hemos desglosado la información que usted necesita saber.
To help you understand how voting by mail works—and feel confident in submitting your ballot—we’ve broken down the facts you need to know.
The Census is an important metric for understanding and tailoring policies to the County’s workforce and economy.
National Preparedness Month each September promotes family and community disaster planning now and throughout the year.
Voting and the Census are intricately linked civic actions: both are a way to make your voice heard and shape your community.
El Condado ha establecido la señalización de la ordenanza de distanciamiento físico y comenzará la aplicación de la Fase I el viernes 28 de agosto.