It might be easy to overlook Earth Day this time around, even in Arlington. Vaccine progress indicates better days ahead; in-person classes are returning; the air is visibly cleaner, and winter failed to freeze growth in bike sales and trail use. But Earth Day, April 22, has always offered a good pause to note long-term […]
Following the CDC and the FDA recommendations, out of an abundance of caution, Arlington County has paused Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccinations at the County’s public health clinics.
Arlington County is opening a no-cost, no-appointment, COVID-19 testing kiosk in the parking lot at Courthouse Plaza.
The Arlington County Board will consider and act upon dozens of items at its April Meeting. Here are some of the agenda highlights.
Arlington has hired a contractor to perform a drone survey of heat signatures of the County’s white-tailed deer population.
The District of Columbia, Arlington County and the northeastern Fairfax County will begin the regional clean out their tap water network beginning April 5—a safe, annual process.
The clinic at 2100 Crystal Drive will open on Monday, March 29 for preregistered eligible priority groups. All vaccinations are by appointment only (no walk-ups).
The Arlington County Sheriff’s Office has begun its own internal investigation.
The County has partnered with Neighborhood Health, Arlington Free Clinic, Macedonia Baptist Church, and local non-profit organizations to address disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates among Arlington’s Black, Latino, low-income, and other communities that have been more severely affected by the pandemic.
The Arlington CountyBoard approved projects and agreements at its March Meeting that will increase the County’s flood resiliency and improve its stormwater infrastructure.