This week members of the Arlington Strategy Execution Office were spreading mulch in a small park located in Lyon Village at Kirkwood Road and 17th Street. This was a volunteer day for the group and the Arlington Parks Department was finding places where they could be helpful.
Recap from Sept 9, 2019 General Meeting
Thanks to Sgt. Tom Rakowski and Officer Kristen Oesterling of the The Arlington County Police Department who spoke to LVCA members at the Sept 9 General Meeting.
Police Emergency Number: 911
Police Non-Emergency Number: 703-558-2222
Do not hesitate to call if you see something suspicious or are fearful. Your calls help ACPD fight crime. Do not assume someone else will call. Think about what could happen if you fail to call.
New County Permitting System Launched Sep 9
Arlington County is launching the first phase of Permit Arlington, a new online permitting system. More than 30 permits will move from paper applications and in-person payments to the virtual system, eliminating the need for customers to visit County offices. Permit Arlington
Be sure to report any potholes that you see in the neighborhood to the county. You can call 703-228-6570 or go online to https://topics.arlingtonva.us/reportproblem/ or press this button…
Over the summer, there have been several car break-ins in Lyon Village. It is a crime of opportunity. The thieves are typically out late at night looking for cars with unlocked doors and visible valuables. When you exit your car, be sure to always lock it and don’t leave any valuables inside. Try to leave your car parked in a lighted area and be attentive to any suspicious activity.
If you see or hear something, call the police immediately, either on the non-emergency number 703-558-2222 or 911 for emergencies.
Extreme heat is defined as a long period (2 to 3 days) of high heat and humidity with temperatures above 90 degrees. Among all weather-related hazards, the highest number of annual deaths results from extreme heat.
Hot Weather Tips
Drink plenty of non-alcoholic fluids like water, even if you’re not thirsty.
Wear light-weight, loose-fitting clothing.
Stay cool by staying indoors during the hottest parts of the day.
Schedule outdoor activities carefully and wear sunscreen.
If you exercise outdoors, go in the morning or evening hours.
Eat light, regular meals — avoid hot foods and heavy meals.
Never leave anyone — infants, children, or pets — in a parked car.
Know the signs of heat-related illness (click image to enlarge):