The County Board awarded nearly $10 million worth of water and sewer infrastructure contracts.
Updated: Jan. 18, 2018 Arlington County crews have been working around the clock to repair a number of water main breaks across the County. Between December 11 and January 11, crews repaired sixty seven (67) water main breaks in freezing temperatures. The temperature fluctuations create stress on our water infrastructure making them more susceptible to […]
The past year in Arlington was an especially good year. From budget roundtables to launching the Joint Facilities Advisory Commission; from filling over 2,600 potholes to handling more than 83,000 emergency calls; from ribbon cuttings at renovated parks to a continued focus on transparent government; from welcoming businesses to leading the way in sustainability and […]
The weather predictions for this upcoming winter season may be uncertain, but Arlington County is focused and ready to take on whatever snow may come our way.
The new tool offers a map view of County government projects in Arlington — and filtering options by type, status, and civic association.
The new school year is just days away and Arlington’s Department of Environmental Services (DES) has worked hard all summer making the trip to class as safe as possible. DES has crafted a number of pedestrian and bicycle improvements to support Safe Routes to School, the national program to improve safety and accessibility in the […]
Arlington’s Residential Permit Parking system will undergo a thorough review and public engagement process as the County determines whether on-street supply and demand for parking is being met.
The Arlington County Board’s statement on the tragic events in Charlottesville, and next steps for our County.
The County will ask the Commonwealth to transfer a stretch of Route 237, from Ballston to Courthouse, to County ownership.
The Board voted to approve a contract to replace Arlington’s most deteriorated bridge, on North Carlin Springs Road.