The dog had been seen at an Arlington veterinary clinic at a time when it could have been rabid.
Public Health News
The rabid dog lived in Washington, DC, but was seen at an Arlington veterinary clinic.
Help prevent runoff from your yard, driveway and pet waste from carrying toxins to the edge of our tap water system.
Outstanding long-term care facility employees are recognized for their care of residents.
More state funding will expand crisis services for children across the region.
Arlington has reached a major milestone in its efforts to end homelessness in the County.
Recognizes public health threat of antibiotic resistance; tiebreaker preference for buying meat, poultry that meets responsible use standard. Manager to work with APS, other jurisdictions to consider joint purchasing agreements.
The brand new center will enable a more effective, comprehensive approach to homelessness.
Keep your family save — make a plan for surviving disasters and emergencies.
The County has fixed a broken pipe and tested the waters. Sewage is no longer present.