The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its September 2018 Meeting. Here are some of the highlights
Public Health News
Residents are urged to “Fight the Bite” with these precautions — drain, dress, defend.
20 ways you can reduce your exposure to tick bites―from easy tips you can use immediately to how you can create a “tick-free yard” for your home.
Arlington County Board thanked the General Assembly, he County’s legislative delegation and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam for expanding Medicaid.
The Community Conversation event will engage Arlington residents and leaders in a discussion about sexual assault, sexual harassment and fostering healthy relationships.
Follow volunteers and staff as they head out on a freezing January night to count people in Arlington County who are experiencing homelessness.
Things everyone can do to lower the chances of getting the flu or passing it on to anyone else: get a flu shot, practice good hygiene, cover coughs and sneezes, and stay home if sick.
The Board’s action to ban wild and exotic animals as pets better aligns Arlington with neighboring jurisdictions on the issue.
The dog had been seen at an Arlington veterinary clinic at a time when it could have been rabid.
The rabid dog lived in Washington, DC, but was seen at an Arlington veterinary clinic.