The County Board will consider the Manager’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budget and dozens of other items at its February Board Meeting.
The Sheriff’s Office receives a score of 99.4 percent from the American Correctional Association Commission, whose standards are the national benchmark.
On Feb. 25, Arlington Public Library launches a unique online exhibition and searchable database — built from thousands of photos, documents and recordings — surrounding the legal and moral battles that culminated in the 1959 desegregation at Arlington’s Stratford Junior High School.
Nestlé USA, the leading global nutrition, health and wellness company, will invest $39.8 million to relocate its corporate headquarters to Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood in a move that will create some 750 jobs.
These volunteers provide vital time and support to allow young people to discover skills and self-confidence so they can thrive.
The 2017-2018 Arlington County vehicle decal was designed by a Wakefield High School 10th grader.
A VDOT construction project will make heavily traveled Rosslyn intersection much safer for cyclists and pedestrians.
The Arlington County Board today took several actions at its January Regular Meeting. Among the highlights: Accessory homestay Zoning Ordinance Amendments Permits both owners and renters to offer short-term rentals in primary residence Removes limits on contracts per night Applies to rentals through services such as Airbnb, Craigslist, VRBO, etc. I-66 Widening Inside the Beltway […]
Adopts resolution endorsing multimodal improvements and encourages Federal, state and local coordination Outlines remaining concerns with Environmental Assessment Urges Commonwealth to work with County to monitor, mitigate impacts on Arlington streets, cultural or natural resources Endorses realigning Custis Trail at Bon Air Park, grade-separating W&OD Trail crossing at Lee Highway, with robust community process for […]
The County Board on Saturday approved the purchase of the final property needed to build a temporary fire station directly behind Fire Station No. 8, which is slated to be torn down and rebuilt at 4845 Lee Highway. The Board authorized paying $800,000 for 2215 North Culpepper Street. The County had already approved agreement of […]