Part-concierge, part-ambassador, Robert “Mo” Rouse helps thousands of people each year discover Arlington. He sat down to talk about his work.
Arlington streamlined the standard conditions of approval for all school use permits to make the permitting and construction review process more efficient and help avoid cost and timeline overruns on school projects.
From the Stanley Cup to turkeys in Rosslyn to Amazon, these are Arlington County’s most popular stories in 2018.
The hotline enables anyone to make a confidential and secure report directly to the County either online or via phone.
Arlington’s guide to the holidays is here to help make this season fun, festive and safe. However you choose to celebrate, we hope it is truly the most wonderful time of the year.
Board Member-elect Matt de Ferranti will be sworn-in at the December 2018 County Board Meeting.
A snowy winter would hardly be surprising. Arlington is hoping for the best but preparing for the worst, with new snow-clearing tools and tips for residents.
New Fire Chief David Povlitz sits down to reflect on his first weeks on the job and share his vision for the future of the Arlington County Fire Department.
Dr. Allison Finkelstein is the chair of the Arlington World War I Commemoration Task Force, which was created to lead the County’s efforts to recognize the 100th anniversary of the first World War.
Residents, businesses and visitors can expect a tighter intersection at Clarendon Circle, with shorter pedestrian crossings, wider sidewalks, and improved alignment of Washington and Wilson boulevards.