Category Archives: Mayor & Council

Latest ‘Put Technology to Work’ Newsletter: City Exploring Apps to Improve Drivers’ Commute

The Arlington City Council has identified “Put Technology to Work” as a priority. Technology is an essential aspect of daily life and has quite the impact on our organization, residents and businesses. It is also integral in achieving the City’s other four priorities: Invest in Our Economy, Support Quality Education, Enhance Regional…

Arlington Youth Shine in Latest Edition of ‘Support Quality Education’ Newsletter

The Arlington City Council wants residents to know that “Support Quality Education” continues to be a key priority for the work of our city. Public education that produces graduates who are prepared for future success provides the foundation for a strong Arlington community. In the latest Support Quality Education Newsletter, residents can read…

Latest ‘Champion Great Neighborhoods’ Newletter Highlights Ask Arlington App, Unity Arch Sculpture

The Arlington City Council wants residents to know that “Champion Great Neighborhoods” remains a main priority for the work of our City. Great neighborhoods contribute to a higher quality of life and greater investment in our economy. Every part of our corporation contributes to our overall success and vitality as we…

New Ask Arlington App Highlighted in Latest ‘Put Technology to Work’ Newsletter

The new Ask Arlington app makes notifying the City about problems, ranging from barking dogs to burnt out street lights, quick and easy for citizens. Read more about the free app, which the City of Arlington launched earlier this year, in the newest “Put Technology to Work” newsletter. The newsletter also highlights Arlington’s Automated…

‘Support Quality Education’ Newsletter Highlights Library’s Literacy Outreach Efforts

The Arlington City Council wants residents to know that “Support Quality Education” continues to be a key priority for the work of our city. Public education that produces graduates who are prepared for future success provides the foundation for a strong Arlington community. In the latest Support Quality Education Newsletter, residents can read…

Five Council Members Appointed to National League of Cities Policy Committees

Arlington City Council members Sheri Capehart, Kathryn Wilemon, Lana Wolff, Robert Rivera and Victoria Farrar-Myers have received appointments to National League of Cities (NLC) policy committees for 2017. Capehart has been reappointed to the NLC Information Technology and Communications federal advocacy committee. She was formerly the chair. This committee has the…

Join Mayor Williams Dec. 17 for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Challenge

Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams and members of City Council will be ringing the red bell Saturday, December 17, 2016 at the Walmart on Randol Mill for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Challenge. Mayor Williams will be ringing the bell from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. on Saturday. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, the Rangers Captain,…

GM Financial’s $35 Million Expansion Headlines ‘Invest in Our Economy’ Newsletter

Last month, General Motors Financial announced the completion of a new addition to its Arlington Operations Center. The $35 million investment is the Company’s fourth office location in The American Dream City, and will house 1,300 employees working in core functions such as loan services, customer experience, re-marketing solutions and human resources.404…

New Website Invites Homebuyers to Discover The American Dream City

The Arlington City Council wants residents to know that “Champion Great Neighborhoods” continues to be a key priority for the work of our City. Great neighborhoods contribute to a higher quality of life and greater investment in our economy. Every part of our corporation contributes to our overall success and vitality…