ARLINGTON, Va. – The Arlington County Police Department and the Arlington County Fire Department are partnering to conduct a book drive benefiting Arlington Public School students through the Everybody Wins! DC literacy program. Between March 15 and April 30 community members are asked to donate new books for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Donations […]
Hoarding conditions were found along with an apparent lack of smoke alarms in a south Arlington fire that left one person dead and another critically injured Sunday.
The County Board on Saturday approved the purchase of the final property needed to build a temporary fire station directly behind Fire Station No. 8, which is slated to be torn down and rebuilt at 4845 Lee Highway. The Board authorized paying $800,000 for 2215 North Culpepper Street. The County had already approved agreement of […]
Purchase of two properties that abut the Fire Station No. 8 site on Lee Highway will make it possible to put the temporary fire station there.
The County Board today accepted the County Manager’s recommendation to put a temporary fire station on the Wilson School site, after extensive public engagement and examination of two dozen potential sites.
Highlights for the September County Board Meeting include action on Westover Village affordable housing, a temporary location for Fire Station No. 10 and more.
With August comes Operation FirePaws, the Arlington County Fire Department’s first-ever annual donation drive on behalf of the Animal Welfare League of Arlington (AWLA).
The County Board voted to rebuild Fire Station No. 8 at its Lee Highway location.
The Arlington County Board today approved a license agreement with Arlington Public Schools (APS) allowing the County to site a temporary fire station on the Wilson School site at 1601 Wilson Blvd, but said it would only exercise that right if no alternative location can be found in the next 60 days. The Board’s action came in response to concerns expressed about the impact the temporary fire station would have on the educational environment and safety of students.
The Arlington County Fire Department came to the rescue of some two dozen pups plus their people last Friday after an inner gate froze closed around dinner time at Clarendon’s James Hunter Park’s dog park.