The redevelopment approved by the County Board will add affordable housing on the former Red Cross site.
Starting March 5, 2018, customers can complete the building permit application process online if they submit their application using the ePlan Review portal.
The Board revised the standards for requesting a Historic Overlay District.
The County Board made changes to regulations governing the creation of accessory dwellings.
Public hearings to be held in June for Zoning Ordinance amendments regarding retail signage and the Rosslyn Streetscape Elements Plan.
Permits both owners and renters to offer short-term rentals in primary residence Removes limits on contracts per night Applies to rentals through services such as Airbnb, Craigslist, VRBO, etc. The County Board today approved a Zoning Ordinance amendment that revises recently adopted accessory homestay regulations. The amendment allows renters, in addition to homeowners, to use their […]
The County Board today approved new Zoning Ordinance regulations that define a short-term residential rental as a new home occupation called “accessory homestay,” and creates standards for this use. The regulations affect short-term rentals through online services such as Airbnb, Craigslist, VRBO and others.
The County Board today approved changes to the Zoning Ordinance that give the Board the authority, subject to use permit approval, to modify height and setback requirements and revise existing provisions for allowing the Board to approve modifications in parking requirements for elementary, middle and high schools.
The County Board gave the greenlight Saturday to develop zoning regulations for short-term residential rentals, also called “accessory homestays,” and calls for public input from interested stakeholders over the coming weeks culminating in a public hearing and vote on the subject at its Dec. 10, 2016 Regular Meeting.
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.