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. The task force’s work will culminate with the centennial of Armistice Day on November 11. MORE: Learn about the Arlington 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.
Give your Jack-o’-lantern new life after Halloween by dropping it off for composting.
From what’s on the ballot in Arlington County to photo ID requirements, here’s the information to know before heading to the polls on Election Day.
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.
From trick-or-treating, to fun and frightening events, to what to do with your pumpkins, Arlington is poised to be your Halloween headquarters.
The Arlington County Fire Department capped off Fire Prevention Week 2018 with open houses at all 10 of the County’s fire stations.
The data will help determine needed transportation improvements—locally and regionally.
Understand the pressures on this year’s budget, what options are on the table to close the gap, and how you can provide input.
Arlington County Government Offices Open Virginia Commonwealth Offices & Arlington Public Schools Closed Trash & Recycling – Normal Collection Schedule Arlington County government offices, libraries and other government facilities and services will be open on Monday, October 8, 2018. Virginia Commonwealth offices, including Arlington Courts, DMVs and Arlington Public Schools, will be closed in observance of Columbus Day. […]