Overall, Coakley’s design is simple and efficient with quality architecture and a strong connection to the Esplanade. It provides all of the elements required by the County without sacrificing core mechanical equipment, material choices and energy efficiency.
Projects & Planning News
The General Land Use Plan (GLUP) Study will serve as a long-range planning guide for potential redevelopment.
Arlington’s population of children age 5 and under totals about 13,437 and is growing faster than the population overall. Total childcare capacity in Arlington is sufficient to serve 56% of Arlington’s total children under 5. In 68% of Arlington families with children under 5, all parents in the home are employed. Private Centers make up […]
The County Manager will make a recommendation to the County Board at their November meeting for approval to award a contract.
Arlington County has issued $58 million of Series 2017 IDA Revenue Bonds in a negotiated sale sold to investors at a 3.24 percent average interest rate.
Arlington County and neighbors just south are marking the completed construction of the Four Mile Run Restoration Project.
Former Rep. Jim Moran, Arlington County Board Vice Chair Katie Cristol and County Board Member Libby Garvey will be among those celebrating completion of the Four Mile Run Restoration Project on Saturday.
The new Lubber Run Community Center design maximizes the site’s green space while maintaining the building’s core functionality.
Claude Williamson has been named Arlington County’s Director for Community Planning, Housing and Development after serving as acting director since March.
Arlington has won a major planning award named for the late Arlington Economic Development Director Terry Holzheimer.