September is National Preparedness Month. Here are things you can do right now to make sure you’re ready the next time an emergency hits.
In 2019, “new” is the operative word at APS, with new schools, new names and a new Interim Superintendent. This back-to-school guide will prep you for a new year ahead, whether you’re a parent or a neighbor.
Organizing textbooks and setting up classrooms? Sure. Buying pencils, notebooks, and first-day-of-school outfits? Of course. But stocking Band-Aids and updating immunizations? Prepping the health clinics in 36 Arlington Public Schools buildings and ensuring every child is ready to enter school is an important part of preparing for the first day of school on Sept. 3. […]
Go behind the scenes at the Arlington County Equipment Bureau, a full-service vehicle maintenance and repair facility that helps to keep the school bus fleet running.
Attend an open house to learn more about Arlington’s new online permitting system!
Arlington County completed the new bridge for North Carlin Springs Road over North George Mason Drive ahead of time and under budget.
ART’s number one priority is the safety of our riders and others on the road.
In response to the July 8 flood, Arlington is opening a Local Recovery Center, to be co-located with a SBA Disaster Loan Outreach Center.
All the doggone, need-to-know info for dogs in Arlington County — everything from where to find dog parks to leash laws to adoption to classes.
County Manager Mark Schwartz signed a Declaration of Local Emergency for Arlington County, in response to the Flash Flood Emergency on July 8, 2019, that saw torrential rain, dangerous public safety conditions and damage to private and public facilities.