Category Archives: Mayor & Council

Road Construction Boom Continues in Arlington

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As many of you know, “Enhancing Regional Mobility” continues to be a priority of the Arlington City Council.  Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Arlington’s transportation connections within and beyond our borders is critical to our success.Read the latest edition of the Enhance Regional Mobility newsletter to learn more about the Metro Read more…

Arlington to Widen Stadium Drive to Six Lanes

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The Stadium Drive project will move ahead after the Arlington City Council approved nearly $5.5M to widen the street from four to six lanes to improve traffic flow through the entertainment district.Stadium Drive, one of the gateways to the entertainment district and a link to I-30, will be widened between Division Read more…

Future Engineers, Scientists Show Off Skills During GM Visit

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Since the City Council adopted a new comprehensive economic development strategy in 2014, the City of Arlington has implemented several key initiatives that support  The American Dream City’s economic development efforts. The goal is to ensure that the entire Arlington community continues to thrive.Check out the latest edition of the “Invest Read more…

Revitalizing Arlington One Neighborhood at a Time

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Learn more about the city’s housing rehabilitation program and other great initiatives in the latest Champion Great Neighborhoods newsletter.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 Read more…

New Mayor, Council Members to be Sworn In May 26

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Mayor-elect Jeff Williams and newly re-elected members of the Arlington City Council will be sworn into office at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 26, at Arlington City Hall. In addition to Mayor-elect Williams, City Council members Robert Rivera (District 3), Kathryn Wilemon (District 4), Lana Wolff (District 5) and Michael Glaspie, Jr. Read more…

New ‘Support Quality Education’ Newsletter Available

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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.We must encourage accountability in public education and find Read more…

New ‘Champion Great Neighborhoods’ Newsletter Available

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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 Read more…

New ‘Support Quality Education’ Newsletter Available

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The Arlington City Council wants residents to know that “Support Quality Education” continues to be a key priority for the work of our city.A successful community requires a variety of support systems and an environment that enables educational opportunities to flourish. Residents, students and families seeking a community to invest Read more…

New ‘Enhance Regional Mobility’ Newsletter Available

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“Enhancing Regional Mobility” is a priority of the Arlington City Council. Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Arlington’s transportation connections within and beyond our borders is critical because of our central location within the region and important to growing our economy. Arlington seeks to enhance those areas of our existing Read more…

Historic Tree Planting Challenge a Race to the Finish

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Five teams, including one from Ohio State, braved the cold temperatures to compete in Thursday’s tree planting challenge at High Oak Park in Arlington.Thanks to the Texas Tree Foundation, U.S. and Texas Forest Service, 100 trees were being planted to help the city go green in honor of the inaugural College Read more…