The StormwaterWise Landscapes program provides matching grants for Arlington property owners to reduce stormwater runoff from their property. Approved projects include pavement removal, pervious driveways and patios, rain gardens, or conservation landscaping.
Water & Utility News
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 […]
Arlington County and neighbors just south are marking the completed construction of the Four Mile Run Restoration Project.
Arlington’s Alexis Zambrano is a proven “roadeo” star who doesn’t horse around, having now brought home silver to go with previous gold at the big regional “Equipment Roadeo” competition, sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic American Public Works Association.
Arlington’s 2016 water quality report is now online, filled with facts about the sources for your water and what makes it safe.
The County Board approved contracts to improve a busy Cherrydale intersection and add redundancy to the water system.
From March 20 through April 17, Arlington’s safe and dependable drinking water may taste slightly different as the regional supply system undergoes its annual spring cleaning.
In five percent of the high-water usage complaints that the County investigated for 2016, errors were found in the County’s billing or meter-reading process.
Fats, oils and grease, known collectively as “FOG,” represent the most serious enemy of our sewer lines so it’s important — and easy — to keep them out.
Arlington’s water system is more dependable than ever with the completion of a new water transmission line that improves redundancy and capacity to the Minor Hill Reservoir .