Nov 14 Drive-thru Food & Toiletry Drive

Drive-thru Food & Toiletry Drive: Nov 14
When: Sat, Nov 14, 9 AM – Noon
Where: Clarendon Presbyterian Church, 1305 N Jackson
Drop-off at curbside. No physical interaction. Masks required.
Food for family residents of Bridges to Independence in Clarendon. Top needs: Rice, boxed cereal (Frosted Flakes, Trix, Fruity Pebbles), applesauce, juice, packaged healthy kids’ snacks (no prepared/opened food) & other dry food. Toiletry for Residential Program Center (RPC) on Columbia Pike Needs: Razors (men’s & women’s), toothbrushes, toothpaste, shower curtains, queen size bed sheets, deodorant (regular & travel size), new men’s underwear (XL, 2XL, 3XL), new women’s underwear, new socks, combs and brushes, flip flops for showers & bar soap. Last month we collected 179 boxes & bags of groceries. Questions to or (703) 527-9513.

Nov 16: LVCA Special Meeting on Elementary School Boundary Changes

LVCA Special Meeting on
Elementary School Boundary Changes: Nov 16

When: Mon, Nov 16, 8PM Next Monday
Where: The meeting will be conducted online via Zoom.
A link to the meeting will be sent via the LVCA broadcast email on the day of the event (Nov 16).

MEETING IS ONLINE ONLY: There is no meeting at the Community House.

The LVCA is hosting a meeting on Mon, Nov 16 at 8 PM to discuss the APS Elementary School Boundary Changes.

The goal of the meeting is to determine if LVCA can develop a consensus position to advocate to APS.

All interested LV residents, particularly those with school aged children, are invited.

Boundary Update
The meeting will start with a brief update on the current status of the ever-changing boundary process.

The initial (Oct 5) boundary proposal redrew school boundaries across Arlington. The proposal divided LV students between Science Focus and the new Key school. New boundaries were proposed for Science Focus and Taylor. Parents across Arlington were not happy.

After community-wide feedback, an updated proposal was presented on Nov 5. Under the Nov 5 proposal LV will be split among 3 schools: Science Focus, Key, and Taylor. Some LV parents are not happy.

APS web page with links to the original proposal from Oct 5 and the current update from Nov 5 including presentations, maps and community feedback.
Fall 2020 Elementary School Boundary Process APS

Look up your Planning Unit and current school assignments.
Find Your Planning Unit

Initial Proposal for New Boundaries (Oct 5)

Nov 5 School Board Meeting Presentation

Boundry Map Presented on Nov 5

Initial Boundary Map Presented on Oct 5

Sept 16 Residential Parking Enforcement Resumes

Residential Permit Parking Enforcement Resumes Sept 16
On Sept 16 Arlington will resume enforcement of Residential Permit Parking (RPP) rules. Enforcement was temporarily suspended in March due to the pandemic. If you park on the street in a zoned area, make sure your permits/passes are properly displayed. If you have not applied for 2021 permits/passes the fastest way to get them is to apply online. RPP Webpage

Aug 31 Curbside Yard Waste Collection Resumes

Curbside Yard Waste Collection Resumes Aug 31
Residential curbside yard waste collection resumes Mon, Aug 31. During the first week, please limit yard waste to your green cart and up to 5 paper organics bags.
 The County’s temporary yard waste drop-off locations will close after Fri, Sept 4.
 Curbside collection of larger yard waste material like brush and limbs remains available by appointment.
 The County will be issuing a $10.77 credit, which will appear on customer’s quarterly water/sewer/refuse utility bills. News Release