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

Sept 8 Early In-Person Voting Begins

Early In-Person Voting Begins Sept 8
Early voting will begin on Sept 18 at 2200 Clarendon Blvd, Suite R140 (the former Wells Fargo space). This is the closest location to LV. Four other locations are planned to open in Oct. All registered voters are eligible to vote early in the Nov 3 election.
Mail-In Ballots
Mail-in ballots will be mailed starting Sept 18. Check the status of your mail ballot application at Virginia Department of Elections website.
News Release

Sept 8 School Year Begins

School Year Begins Sept 8
The new school year is to begin Sept 8.

● Schools will start with distance learning, students staying at home.
● New content will be taught.
● The County will provide free internet access to households that lack it.
APS News Release

The County Board allocated $500,000 of Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding for a joint County/School Internet Essential Grant Program to provide broadband internet access to APS students in need. Some 5,000 to 8,000 families could qualify for the program, which will be administered by APS through a contract with Comcast. County News Release

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

Nov 3 General Election

Nov 3 General Election
November may seem far away, but it’s time to register to vote or request an absentee ballot. If you are concerned about going to the polls this year, you can vote by mail — no excuse needed. Go to Virginia Dept of Elections website to register, update your registration, or request your ballot or call the registrar at (703) 228-3456.

  ● The deadline to register is Oct 13.
  ● The deadline to request an absentee ballot is Oct 23. Don’t wait!
  ● In-person early voting starts Sept 18 at 2100 Clarendon Blvd lobby
  ● Election Day is Nov 3. Polling Places are open 6AM-7PM

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