Arlington’s revised Residential Permit Parking Program will introduce a new fee structure to eliminate general fund tax support and make the program more efficient and equitable.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its February 2021 Board Meeting, and will receive the Manager’s Proposed FY 2022 Budget. Due to the pandemic, the meeting will be held virtually.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its first Regular Meeting of 2021. View the agenda and staff reports on the County website.
The Arlington County Board will act upon dozens of items at its last Regular Meeting of 2020. The Regular Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12, and the Recessed Meeting for Tues., Dec. 15. Both meetings will be virtual.
The days are getting shorter, the nights colder and the leaves are falling! We’re asking for everyone’s help to ensure a safe and enjoyable fall and winter this year.
The Arlington County Board made a sidewalk social distancing ordinance permanent and took several other actions at its September Recessed Meeting.
The Arlington County Board today adopted a firearms ordinance banning firearms in County buildings and parks and at County-permitted special events.
The Arlington County Board will act on dozens of items at its virtual meeting, beginning Saturday, Sept. 12 with the Regular Meeting and continuing with the Recessed Meeting on Tues., Sept. 15.
County data supports the initial installation of signs in the Clarendon neighborhood, and additional areas of enforcement are anticipated.
Arlington County will ticket pedestrians who fail to socially distance on public streets.