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 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.
As another season of warm weather settles in, Arlingtonians can resume the fight against disease-carrying nuisances with a few simple precautions.
With a winter storm bearing down on the region, the County asks residents to be prepared.
Arlington County has published a bonus paperless edition of The Citizen quarterly newsletter for January, filled with key winter weather tips, County Board actions, Arlington Public Schools happenings, parks and rec activities and other useful information.
Arlington is getting ready to respond to whatever winter throws at us.
Arlington County expects to recoup an estimated $2 million in cleanup costs from the federal and state governments for January’s blizzard.
With a lot of community input, the Arlington County Manager has identified potential operational changes that can be implemented before next winter hits.
This is the season for Pothole Busters so call the Department of Environmental Services’ customer care center at 703-228-6570 to report potholes or complete the County’s online “Report a Problem” form.
County Manager Mark Schwartz has shared with the County Board some initial results from the resident survey crafted after the January 2016 pounding blizzard.