The following actions took place at this week’s Arlington County Board Meetings (June 17 and June 20) Intersection, Trail and Bridge Improvement Contracts Arlington County Board Adopts a Resolution on Climate Action Clubhouse, Indoor Batting Tunnels Coming to Barcroft’s Tucker Field Public Hearings Set for Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area Map Update Williamsburg Neighborhood Conservation Plan […]
Parks & Recreation News
The County Board extended the 2011 agreement with George Washington University, and approved GW’s clubhouse plan.
The Board voted to approve contracts that will improve intersections, bridges and much-used trails.
As part of its Natural Resources Management Plan, Arlington has worked hard to remove invasive plants and add mostly natives – never invasives – to public spaces.
The County Board will consider dozens of items at its June Meeting. The meeting is open to the public, broadcast live and live-streamed.
Arlington County is seeking dedicated volunteers to support its May 20 “BioBlitz,” a quick-but-intense wilderness exploration that will produce a catalog of our natural holdings spotted within a 24-hour window.
A beloved Arlington tradition, Neighborhood Day brings communities together to enjoy the great outdoors (and some indoors) and strengthen bonds down the block and across the County.
The Arlington Sports Foundation will share the costs with the County of converting a diamond field at Gunston Park to synthetic turf.
Parks improvements were approved by the County Board at its April 22 meeting.
Chooses cost-effective design/build approach to construction of aquatics facility and 10.5-acres of parkland.