The Arlington County Board adopted a $1.4 billion balanced budget with a two-cent property tax rate increase.
Voting & Election News
More registered voters in Arlington cast votes in the 2018 general election on Nov. 6 than in any other non-presidential election in the County’s history.
From what’s on the ballot in Arlington County to photo ID requirements, here’s the information to know before heading to the polls on Election Day.
WHO: Arlington County Director of Elections Linda Lindberg will host Chris Krebs, Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Under Secretary of the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. WHAT: Mr. Krebs will visit and tour the Arlington Voting and Elections Office to learn about County’s good work with […]
Arlington has approved new boundaries and created new precincts.
Libby Garvey will be sworn-in for her second full term on the Arlington County Board on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 5 p.m. in the Board Room at 2100 Clarendon Blvd.
With near record turnout, Arlington voters re-elected Libby Garvey to the County Board on Tuesday and approved all four bond referenda to fund transportation, infrastructure, parks and Arlington Public Schools projects.
Total absentee voters in Arlington for Election 2106 will likely reach the 43,000 level, double the figure for the last presidential election four years ago and shattering the recent record for absentee voting set in 2008.
Highlights for the September County Board Meeting include action on Westover Village affordable housing, a temporary location for Fire Station No. 10 and more.
The new and improved My Arlington app for both Apple and Android features real-time traffic data, voting info, notices about stop work orders and more.