Sept 4-5 Festival of the Arts in Clarendon
(Street Closures)

Festival of the Arts in Clarendon
When: Sept 4-5 (Labor Day weekend), 10AM – 5PM
Where: Clarendon, Highland St & Washington Blvd
Cost: Free Admission
Featuring original, hand-crafted artwork selected by an independent panel of expert judges from hundreds of applicants. Art Festival Website
Street Closures
● WB Washington Blvd closed from 10th to Clarendon Blvd
● Highland Street closed from 11th to Washington Blvd
● EB Washington Blvd reduced to 1 lane from Clarendon Blvd to 10th
● SB Garfield must turn left (eastbound) on Washington Blvd

CDC: Safety While Shopping

CDC: Safety While Shopping
The primary way to contract coronavirus is via person-to-person contact.
Aside from the usual…
● Disinfect the shopping cart usiing disinfecting wipes
● Use touchless payment
● If you handle money, a card, or keypad, use hand sanitizer immediately after
● When you get home wash hands with soap and water for 20 seconds
● After unpacking groceries wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
Getting Gas
● Use disinfecting wipes on handles and buttons before you touch them
● After fueling, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
● When you get home wash hands for 20 seconds with soap and water
CDC Guidelines

County Launches “We Are Covered” Campaign

County Launches “We Are Covered” Campaign
Look for “We Are Covered” badges posted in retail stores, restaurants, apartment buildings, salons, grocery stores, hotels, churches, synagogues, mosques and more.

The “We Are Covered” program gives Arlington businesses and residences a way to show the public they are pledged to protect people who come through their doors by actively supporting the face covering requirement.

Give your support to businesses that care for your safety.

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