This safe, annual process will continue through May 4 in Arlington County, the District of Columbia, and northeastern Fairfax County.
Water & Utility News
The Arlington County Board today approved contracts for projects that will improve the streetscape on 20th Road North, upgrade several intersections along the North Pershing Drive corridor, and rehabilitate a North Glebe Road water main. The contracts were awarded to the lowest bidders in a competitive bidding process. “As Arlington continues to grow, it is […]
Residents and businesses in Arlington County can resume using tap water for all purposes following the large water transmission main break on Nov. 8 at Glebe Road and Chain Bridge Road.
Update Nov. 10: Boil Water Advisory Ends in Arlington Update 3:23 p.m.: See Boil Notice Procedures for Food Establishments Update 12:05 p.m.: Find out more details on what to do during the boil water advisory. Update 9:30 a.m.: The Department of Environmental Services has created a searchable map of the Boil Water Advisory zone. Enter your […]
Following severe weather and flooding on July 8, Arlington is working to assess damage by asking those affected to submit information online.
A new residential building in the Virginia Square area will include affordable units.
We stopped by to see the latest progress on some key County projects. See what to keep an eye out for this spring and summer.
The Arlington County Board adopted a $1.4 billion balanced budget with a two-cent property tax rate increase.
There are easy ways to remove any chlorine taste or odor you detect during the annual cleaning, which runs through May of this year.
Arlington County uses cured-in-place pipe process that is less expensive and less disruptive than replacing an entire pipe.