The public is welcome to attend the October 2018 County Board Meeting. The Board will consider Consent Agenda items, and take public comment on a number of items.
Parks & Recreation News
An upgrade to Nelly Custis Park will include new, ADA-compatible playground equipment, improved drainage and circulation and other improvements.
A community process has produced long-term plans for the parks of Four Mile Valley.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its September 2018 Meeting. Here are some of the highlights
Have you been noticing more dragonflies in Arlington? There’s a reason for that.
Five of Arlington’s community centers now offer online reservations for one-time uses of classrooms, gyms, outdoor plazas, and multipurpose rooms.
Chemin Brown is responsible for ensuring Arlington’s camp registration process runs smoothly for thousands of County families. She sat down to talk about her work.
Work crews are digging up the old bowls and half-pipes to make way for a new, redesigned park, set to open in early 2019.
The interim salt storage facility will help meet the County’s needs for snow removal this winter.
The County Board’s unanimous vote will guide Arlington’s investments in infrastructure over the next decade, with biennial updates.