Category Archives: Community

Home Sweet Home

A three-bedroom home that sat vacant for nearly six months in a south Arlington neighborhood is now owned and occupied by a family of four thanks to federal stimulus money authorized by Congress and administered by the City. The Nguyen family is the first in Arlington to purchase a home through…

City Welcomed Friends from Bad Konigshofen

Following a reception, gift exchange and tour of Mayor Robert Cluck’s office, our visitors are gearing up for a week of activitiesThe City of Arlington and a delegation from Bad Königshofen, Germany will receive special honors during the 47th Annual German Pioneer Ball. This strong sister-city relationship has endured more…

Caelum Moor Enhances Public Art and Culture in the Entertainment District

Installation Begins Tuesday Five freestanding granite sculptures weighing a total of 540 tons will enhance the environmental landscape along Johnson Creek in Arlington’s Entertainment District. Tuesday, June 30, Ark Contracting Services will begin installing the 22 pink granite stones that comprise the sculpture known as Caelum Moor. The installation will…

City Celebrates Its Past, Present and Future

Mementos reflecting Arlington today and yesterday were placed in a time capsule and buried as part of the city’s first 130-year celebration. Thursday’s event was witnessed by Arlington City officials, including Mayor Robert Cluck and members of the Arlington City Council, Landmark Preservation Commission, 130th Anniversary Committee and Arlington Historical Society. The…

City Dedicates the Bad Königshofen Family Aquatic Center

New Municipal Pool Stands for Friendship and is named for German TownOn Saturday, May 20, the City of Arlington formally dedicated its newest family aquatic center and celebrated a relationship that started 55 years ago with a small town in West Germany. A dedication ceremony for the new Bad Königshofen Family Aquatic Center…