The program aims to help County residents become more effective community activists and leaders.
Projects & Planning News
The Four Mile Run Valley Policy Framework ties the area’s future to its industrial past and suggests that strategic interventions by the County can contribute to a safer, more accessible area.
Traffic cones and work crews will soon arrive on Lee Highway in Rosslyn as long-planned pedestrian and bicycle upgrades to North Lynn Street, Lee Highway and the adjacent segment of the Custis Trail get underway.
Among the highlights of the May 2018 Arlington County Board Meeting: presentation of the proposed FY 2019-FY 2028 CIP.
The Four Mile Run Valley planning process marks the first time the County has coordinated developing an Area Plan with a Park Master Plan.
The redevelopment approved by the County Board will add affordable housing on the former Red Cross site.
A formal induction ceremony took place Sun., April 22 at the American Planning Association National Conference in New Orleans.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its April, 2018 Regular Meeting.
Work has begun on removal of the narrow travel lane for vehicles—known as a “slip lane”—connecting eastbound Clarendon Boulevard to 15th Street North.
The Fire Station No. 8 History and Legacy Working Group is being established and charged to develop and recommend strategies to recognize, emphasize and honor the history and legacy of the Hall’s Hill/High View Park Volunteer Fire Department and Fire Station No. 8.