The Center for Digital Government and National Association of Counties has named Arlington the No. 1 digital county in the nation for its size.
Columbia Pike continues to revitalize, with the Board approving a development that will add market rate and affordable housing.
The Capital Improvement Plan identifies funding for infrastructure, facilities maintenance and new investments.
The County Board voted to rebuild Fire Station No. 8 at its Lee Highway location.
The County’s public-private partnership to redevelop Ballston Common Mall advances with the creation of a Community Development Authority.
The Arlington County Board approved grants to 39 local arts organizations, and approved the Arlington Art Truck, a mobile artist-in-residence studio.
A task force will review the County’s Real Estate Tax Relief Program.
Taking an innovative approach to meeting patrons where they live and work, Arlington Public Library plans to open a temporary “pop-up” library this September in Crystal City.
Over the next decade, Arlington will invest in upgrading bus service across the County and provide premium bus service along the Columbia Pike corridor.
The Arlington County Board today approved a site plan amendment at 4040 Wilson Blvd. that will allow the applicant, The Shooshan Co., to develop a mixed-use building in place of a previously-approved office building. The approved development, Liberty Center, is part of the 5.35-acre Founder’s Square project that the County Board originally approved in 2008.