Arlington County and neighbors just south are marking the completed construction of the Four Mile Run Restoration Project.
Former Rep. Jim Moran, Arlington County Board Vice Chair Katie Cristol and County Board Member Libby Garvey will be among those celebrating completion of the Four Mile Run Restoration Project on Saturday.
The Board’s action to ban wild and exotic animals as pets better aligns Arlington with neighboring jurisdictions on the issue.
Phoenix Bikes, a homegrown non-profit, will rent retail space on the ground floor of Arlington Mill Community Center.
The County Board has chosen not to light the Williamsburg fields at this time, directing the County Manager to develop options for increasing the County’s field capacity as part of the Fiscal Year 2019-2028 Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
In a series of roundtables, the county’s executive leadership team will be discussing budget priorities and challenges.
The new Lubber Run Community Center design maximizes the site’s green space while maintaining the building’s core functionality.
The Legal Aid Justice Center will use a $100,000 one-time grant from the County to aid Arlington immigrants, refugees and mixed-status families.
The projects will improve north-south trail connectivity and the Crystal City street network.
The County plans the October revenue bond sale to finance large capital projects, including the purchase of the Buck Property and a new home for Head Start.