The Arlington County Board today approved the updated Master Plan for Long Bridge Park in Crystal City, and four additional procedural measures that move the project toward completion. The updated plan relocates the aquatics facility to site's north end and provides more space for picnics, events, play areas and rain gardens.
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The County Board approved a $60 million contract to build the Long Bridge Aquatics & Fitness Center and expand Long Bridge Park.
The Four Mile Run bridge connecting South Arlington Ridge Road with Mount Vernon Avenue in Alexandria requires closing the west sidewalk to pedestrians.
The Potomac Yard Park is named Short Bridge Park, and has a Master Plan and Design Guidelines.
The projects will improve north-south trail connectivity and the Crystal City street network.
The Board voted to approve contracts that will improve intersections, bridges and much-used trails.
The Arlington County Board today paved the way for a new pedestrian bridge to be built that will span Wilson Boulevard and connect the redeveloped Ballston Quarter to an existing pathway that leads to the Ballston Metrorail station.
Arlington’s park system wins national recognition.
The County Board has approved a $674,000 contract to renovate the synthetic turf field at Greenbrier Park in the home stadium for Yorktown High School football, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey and other sports.
Being active and enjoying time with friends and nature: that’s what Arlingtonians said loud and clear in a statistically-valid survey the County conducted as part of its update of the Public Spaces Master Plan. Nature is of primary importance to Arlingtonians per the survey results.