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  • New Arlington Alert System

    It is so important to be prepared during an emergency and receiving critical information is probably one of the most important things you can do to stay safe.

  • Sept. 11 Memorial Ceremony – 2014

    Memorial ceremony for the victims of the Sept. 11 2001 attack on the Pentagon.

  • Elizabeth Drew at Arlington Public Library

    Political reporter Elizabeth Drew discusses her reporting on Watergate at the Arlington Public Library.

  • Neighborhood Conservation Program

    For 50 years now Arlington has been using an innovative program of civic participation to serve the needs of its community called the Neighborhood Conservation Program

  • Around Arlington – September 4, 2014

    In this episode, the Arlington County Fire Department were honored with a wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe was at Arlington Mill to sign a new bill, same-sex marriages are put on hold, kids are back to school and more.

Learn About Our Programs

Learn About Our Programs

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Neighborhood Conservation Program

Neighborhood Conservation Program

The Neighborhood Conservation Program has been helping to improve and enhance Arlington neighborhoods for 50 years. This program empowers citizens to identify and plan projects in their own neighborhoods.

Parks and Recreation Camps: Fee Reduction

Parks and Recreation Camps: Fee Reduction

Don’t let fees be a barrier for signing up your child. Arlington wants to ensure that every Arlington child has an opportunity to learn, grow and have fun all year round.

Around Arlington - August 13, 2014

Around Arlington – August 13, 2014

On this episode, there is a new police chief in town for a day, we explore Arlington’s amazing public art program, Courthouse Square gets one step closer to a major update, Metro’s silver line heads into Arlington, and major improvements to several parks and neighborhoods thanks to the Capital Improvement Plan.

parkmobile

Parkmobile APP

Starting this summer, you won’t need to Feed the Meter when parking in Arlington. Now you can pay by cell thanks to the Parkmobile APP, and park at any metered space throughout the County.

Around Arlington - July 29, 2014

Around Arlington – July 29, 2014

In this episode, we break ground on Virginia’s first right-of-way dedicated to premium surface transit, and see some young girls go to Fire Camp.

Charlie Clark's Arlington County Chronicles

Charlie Clark’s Arlington County Chronicles

Author Charlie Clark reads from his book, Arlington County Chronicles.

Around Arlington - July 8, 2014

Around Arlington – July 8, 2014

In this episode, we celebrate our volunteers and all they do, take a look at two parks now open in the area, see how some kids are making a change and learn what Google was doing in Arlington.

Jay Fisette

2014 State of the County Address

2014 Arlington State of the County Address

Why Streetcar? Because we can transform the Pike while preserving affordable housing

Why Streetcar? Because we can transform the Pike while preserving affordable housing

The streetcar will encourage private investment and development along the Pike, including more housing. We have put in place innovative financing and planning incentives to preserve existing affordable housing.

Why Streetcar? Because Streetcar is a sound investment in our future

Why Streetcar? Because Streetcar is a sound investment in our future

We expect the Columbia Pike streetcar to yield $3 to $4.2 billion in new real estate value for Arlington and Fairfax over 30 years, and attract more than 6,000 new jobs within 10 years of the start of construction.