With a winter storm bearing down on the region, the County asks residents to be prepared.
The annual road-paving season begins early next month with the first batch of resident notification letters going out this week.
Important steps are being taken in the redesign of Clarendon Circle – to make it more accessible and safe for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists traveling through the intersection of Wilson and Clarendon boulevards and Washington Boulevard.
Adopts resolution endorsing multimodal improvements and encourages Federal, state and local coordination Outlines remaining concerns with Environmental Assessment Urges Commonwealth to work with County to monitor, mitigate impacts on Arlington streets, cultural or natural resources Endorses realigning Custis Trail at Bon Air Park, grade-separating W&OD Trail crossing at Lee Highway, with robust community process for […]
Arlington is getting ready to respond to whatever winter throws at us.
The Arlington County Board received an update on Oct. 18 from state transportation officials regarding the potential traffic, environmental and fiscal effects to Arlington resulting from the I-395 Express Lanes Northern Extension, which could see construction begin next year.
The Arlington County Board will act on dozens of items at its October Regular County Board Meeting on Saturday, Oct. 15 and at its October Recessed Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The County Board today approved $4.7 million in funding for six new Neighborhood Conservation projects. The approved projects include street improvements, streetlights, a park, and a neighborhood sign.
The County Board approved contracts to upgrade Aurora Hills Community & Senior Center & Library and a busy intersection at Lee Highway and North Glebe Road.
Highlights for the September County Board Meeting include action on Westover Village affordable housing, a temporary location for Fire Station No. 10 and more.