UPDATE – The location of this event has been changed to the John T. Hazel, MD Conference Center at Virginia Hospital Center (1701 N. George Mason Drive). The date and time remain unchanged.
ARLINGTON, Va. – Arlington County is taking a proactive community approach to reducing alcohol-related harm and increasing safety through the Arlington Restaurant Initiative (ARI). ARI is a voluntary accreditation program designed to provide effective standards to establishments that serve alcohol, streamline processes within the County Government and develop working relationships vital to public safety. Patrons, restaurant staff, and those interested in maintaining Arlington County as a safe destination for entertainment are encouraged to attend a community conversation on nightlife safety. The event will feature panelists from various Arlington County departments speaking about how they collaborated to build trusting relationships with restaurant staff and improve safety.
‘A Conversation about Nightlife Safety’ will take place on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Reserve Your Space
The event is free and open to the public. Reserve your space by completing the RSVP.
- Arlington County Police Department – Restaurant Liaison Unit
- Arlington County Fire Department – Fire Marshal’s Office
- Arlington County Department Human Services – Public Health
- Arlington County Community Planning and Housing Development – Zoning
- Arlington County Economic Development – BizLaunch
- Freddie Lutz – Freddie’s Beach Bar and Grill & Frederico Ristorante Italiano
- Jon Williams – Whitlow’s on Wilson
- Chris Lefbom – Ragtime, Rhodeside Bar and Grill, and William Jeffery’s Tavern