1. New web-based crime reporting tool available to Arlington Residents May 21st

    The new online crime reporting site allows victims of certain property crimes to report it online with a minimal amount of typing and mouse clicks. Read on...
  2. Arlington Update E-newsletter is now available!

  3. Arlington City Council Considering Ambulance Utility Fee to Fill EMS Funding Gap

    The Arlington City Council is considering a $15 Ambulance Utility Fee that would be added to your monthly utility bill to ensure public safety is sustainably funded and staffed to support our community. Read on...
  4. Haller Splash Pad Project to be Rebid

    Lone bid received was $500,000 over budget for project. Project opening delayed to Spring 2019. Read on...
  5. Join Us for a Community Walkshop

    How walkable is Arlington? Read on...
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  1. Mon May 21

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  3. Thu May 24

    Community Walkshop How walkable is Arlington? Take a walk and decide for yourself. The City of Arlington, in conjunction with the Complete Streets program, is hosting six Walkshops in May throughout our community. Bring a friend, your spouse, or your kids. Volunteers, with city representatives, will take a brief walk, taking note of things that improve or discourage walkability along the route. The Walkshops are an opportunity for open dialogue between users and policy makers to help shape our community now and ...
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