ATV’s bi-weekly roundup of County news and events returns from holiday break!
On the last episode of 2014, we swear in the newest County Board member, Arlington leadership meets with the public to discuss the 2016 fiscal year budget, We celebrate this year’s winners of the James B. Hunter Human Rights Award, and let you know how to recycle those Christmas trees.
How Arlington County used Design Thinking Principals to redesign community services.
On this episode, we get you ready for winter weather! Arlington is committed to plowing not only streets, but bike trails. Also, Board Chair Jay Fisette announced the cancellation of the Streetcar project, the Arlington Food Assistance Center is asking for your help this holiday season, more young adults are starting businesses here and more leaves are falling and collection continues!
On this episode, we celebrate a historic landmark in the community of Nauck, the Arlington County Fire Department reminds residents about checking your smoke alarm, the Emergency Winter Shelter is now open and the are a bunch of events happening around Arlington.
In this episode, the votes are in, and John Vihstadt has been re-elected to the County Board. Also, November is Animal Shelter Appreciation month so we celebrate in style, a new farmers market is opening up in Fairlington, and its time to prepare yourself against the flu.
In this episode, we celebrated some new parks around town, gained insight at the third annual Women in Business Conference, danced our way into helping the library’s early literacy program, redefined marriage in the commonwealth with a ground breaking announcement and shared some tips on how to stay safe this Halloween, plus so much more.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring held a press conference at 12:30 p.m. today, Monday, Oct. 6 in front of the Arlington County Courthouse on the Commonwealth’s response to the Supreme Court’s decision not to review rulings on same-sex marriage in the Commonwealth and four other states.
Over 50 years ago community leaders had a vision to redevelop Arlington, VA. At the time they didn’t know that they were starting a trend that would later be known as ‘Smart Growth’. This is the story of how today’s Arlington visionaries want to create a community energy plan that’ll reach into the next 50 years.