The County is conducting a utility rate study to review the way costs are recovered for water and wastewater services.
This includes a brief survey on the values behind the rate structure that are important to residents. On the survey page you can select different “Community Values” that lead to short questionnaires. You can select one or more of the “Community Values” that align closest to your values and respond to the accompanying questionnaires.
Arlington’s SMD (E-Scooter/E-Bike) Pilot Evaluation Report
Arlington’s pilot kicked off in September 2018 with Bird and Lime and is expected to end in December 2019 with seven operators. This report provides the results of the evaluation of the nine-month Arlington County pilot program, including trends in deployment, utilization and feedback from the community to understand Shared Mobility Device (SMD) adoption and system performance. Click to Continue Reading…
Vehicle Decals No Longer Needed
The Arlington County Board voted last year to eliminate the requirement to display a decal. You can remove your old decal and dispose of it. The Motor Vehicle License fee ($33 for cars), which is an annual registration fee, has not been eliminated.
Key periods for citizen input: November-December 2019: Provide online input to the County Manager as he begins developing his Proposed FY 2021 Budget to send to the County Board in February. Provide Your Early Input on the FY 2021 Budget
January-February 2020: Provide input as the County Manager develops the Proposed FY 2021-2030 CIP to send to the County Board in May. February-April 2020: Provide feedback to the County Board about the proposed budget. May-July 2020: Provide feedback to the County Board about the proposed CIP.
Arlington real estate assessments are expected to rise by as much as 4% beginning in January which means property taxes could rise by 4% even without an increase in the tax rate.
Keep up with the latest budget and CIP news and information and opportunities to participate in the budget process at budget.arlingtonva.us.
The October meeting featured three of the four County Board candidates running for the two open seats. Arron O’Dell did not attend.
Christian Dorsey (incumbent Democrat) Website
Katie Cristol (incumbent Democrat) Website
Audrey Clement (Independent) Website
Arron O’Dell (Independent) Website
The Arlington County Code is available online for all to read.
Problems with trash bins are covered in:
● Chapter 10 “Trash, Recycling And Care Of Premises”
● Article I. “Residential Trash, Recycling and Organics”
● § 10-6. Storage, Removal, and Maintenance
● E. Failure to adhere to the storage, removal,
and maintenance provisions Click to Continue Reading…
March 17, 2020: Arlington County Name Centennial
March 17, 1920, Gov. Westmoreland Davis signed legislation formally changing the county’s name from Alexandria County to Arlington County. Arlington had been known as Alexandria County since being established in 1801.
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.
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