The County’s wreath-laying ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the Bozman Government Center.
The Arlington County Fire Department hosted its annual four-day Camp Heat this past weekend, providing girls ages 15-18 with a hands-on experience that included Fire/EMS simulations, physical training, CPR, fire behavior training and more.
The Washington Capitals brought the Stanley Cup to the Arlington County Police Department as they kicked-off their summer celebration.
ARLINGTON, Va — Arlington County’s emergency responders are dedicated to keeping the public safe and see first-hand how the need for blood affects our community. On July 9, the Arlington County Police Department, Sheriff’s Office, Fire Department and Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management are partnering with Inova Blood Donor Services to host the annual […]
ARLINGTON, Va. – Arlington County has taken a proactive measure in the fight against prescription drug abuse by installing three permanent drug-take back boxes. The public can now safely and securely dispose of unused, unwanted or expired prescription medications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day a year. This disposal service is […]
Arlington County Fire Chief James Bonzano announced Friday that he will retire at the end of the summer, following a 34-year career in the Arlington County Fire Department.
Twenty-eight new Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) recently joined the ranks of the Arlington County Fire Department, filling several vacancies and easing pressure on the previously short-staffed force.
Recruits will be sworn in and receive their badges and helmets. Awards will be given for leadership, physical fitness, most improved physical fitness and academic performance.
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.
ARLINGTON, Va. – At approximately 4:25 a.m. on February 11, police responded to Arlington County Fire Station #2, located in the 4800 block of Wilson Boulevard, for the report of a narcotics violation. Upon arrival, it was determined that prescribed medication had been removed from the victim’s personal belongings within the fire station. During the […]