During the months of November and December, Arlington County collects leaves from residents who receive county curbside trash and recycling services.
Up Close Episodes
“Community led consensus “ is the phrase that best describes the process of renovating James Hunter Park in Clarendon. The community had to decide what kind of park they wanted? Who should it benefit? Should it be for dogs? Should it be for people? The process was thorough, and the result, as you will find out, is pretty unique.
After years of development and community input, the new Arlington Mill Community Center has opened its doors on Columbia Pike. This building, a beacon in the community, will provide something for everyone, of every age and every culture.
The men and women of Arlington’s Special Operations Section come together to provide an escort for the President of the United States, negotiate with hostage takers, and help children cross the street to get to school. In this segment of ‘upclose’, we find out why this diverse group are in one section, and what motivates […]
Five years after its keel was laid down the USS Arlington finally sailed into its home port of Norfolk Virginia where it was commissioned into active service in the United States Navy. It was a memorable and moving beginning to what Arlington officials hope is a long relationship.
The Department of Environmental Services is Arlington County’s largest department, and the programs and services it provides encompass some of Arlington’s most basic and it’s most sophisticated. Join us for a partial tour of all the work DES staff do to keep the county running smoothly.