Category Archives: Mayor & Council

Helen Moise Sworn in as New District 1 Arlington City Council Representative

Helen Moise was sworn in Tuesday as the new District 1 Council Representative during the evening City Council meeting at City Hall. District 2 Councilwoman Sheri Capehart, District 6 At-large Councilman Robert Shepard and District 7 At-large Councilwoman Victoria Farrar-Myers, joined by friends and family, were also sworn in for two-year terms…

Homeownership Fair Highlights and More in ‘Champion Great Neighborhoods’ Newsletter

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 make…

‘Enhance Regional Mobility’ Newsletter Spotlights Launch of Abram Street Rebuild

From exploring emerging transportation technology to improving mile after mile of neighborhood streets, Arlington continues to strategically invest in projects designed to improve mobility across The American Dream City. In the latest edition of the Enhance Regional Mobility newsletter, readers can learn more about the launch of the two-year Abram Street rebuild through Downtown,…

‘Put Technology to Work’ Newsletter Shines a Light on Innovation Throughout Arlington

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…

‘Support Quality Education’ Newsletter: City Providing Career Training, Skills to Youth

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…

Learn More About New $60 Million Women’s Hospital in ‘Invest in Our Economy’ Newsletter

L3 Technologies recently announced a sizeable expansion for its Link Training & Simulation multipurpose pilot training center facility in Arlington. This project, expected to wrap up later this summer, will add approximately 40,000 square feet to the training center, which provides simulation and instruction tools for both military and commercial pilots.…

City to Celebrate Opening of New Council Chamber on March 20

The City of Arlington will hold a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new Council Chamber prior to the Arlington City Council’s March 20 evening meeting. The public is invited to attend the event, which includes remarks from current and former city leaders, an unveiling…

Park Updates and More in ‘Champion Great Neighborhoods’ Newsletter

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…

‘Enhance Regional Mobility’ Newsletter Spotlights Via On-Demand Rideshare Program

From exploring emerging transportation technology to improving mile after mile of neighborhood streets, Arlington continues to strategically invest in projects designed to improve mobility across The American Dream City. In the latest edition of the Enhance Regional Mobility newsletter, readers can learn more about the innovative Via on-demand rideshare program, the upcoming Abram Street…

‘Put Technology to Work’ Newsletter Highlights Via On-Demand Rideshare, UTA’s Robots

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…