Category Archives: News

Arlington Water Embraces Technology, Begins In-House Pipe-Bursting

Two recent Arlington Water Utilities projects are demonstrating the value created by trenchless water main replacements and gaining attention from communities interested in following Arlington’s lead. The two main renewal projects were planned in areas for Arlington’s water distribution system with a history of water main breaks. In early June, Arlington…

Pets of the Week – Meet Katie & Squirt

Dog of the Week – Meet KatieThis three-year old female Shepherd, American Blue Heeler Mix is black and brown in color and weighs 47 pounds. K-K-K-Katie, beautiful Katie, you’re the only g-g-g-girl that I adore. What a delightful dog! Katie is an extremely friendly dog waiting to be adopted. She really appreciates…

SH 360 Main Lane Closures Scheduled Nightly Through Friday

Two Projects Added to Closures UpdateWork began in June on two new projects in the SH 360 corridor. The lane closures for the new projects will be included on the I-30/SH 360 Interchange project website. The first project is a highway resurfacing project between the Trinity River and Ave J.  This project will…

Public Meeting Set July 2 for Belvedere Street Rebuild Project

The City of Arlington’s Public Works and Transportation Department anticipates starting construction on the 2018 Community Development Block Grant Residential Street Rebuild Project in July 2018. This project consists of rebuilding Belvedere Street, from South Collins Street to East Mitchell Street, with 7-inch concrete pavement, drainage improvements, sewer renewals, street lights,…

Arlington Eats: A Cajun-Style Cookout with Boudreaux’s Crawfish Boils

Come along for a mouthwatering ride and catch The American Dream City’s cultural diversity and unique cuisine with Arlington Eats on MyArlingtonTV. In this month’s edition of Arlington Eats, host Andrew Tanielian visits Legal Draft Beer Co. in Downtown Arlington for a Crawfish Boil event from Boudreaux’s Crawfish Boils. Founded in 1986, Boudreaux’s is a catering business…

Buddy, Molly or Coco? Play This Game to Guess the Most Popular Dog Names in Arlington

Have you ever wondered how your dog’s name matches up with other pets in Arlington? How many Mavericks, say, compared to Busters or Rockys compared to Rangers? Thanks to a talented team of teen coders who recently participated in the Arlington Public Library’s Coding with Robots Program, there’s now an…

City Celebrates New Chapter With Opening of George W. Hawkes Downtown Library

Hundreds gathered in the City Center plaza Saturday morning to celebrate the next chapter of the Arlington Public Library, the long-awaited opening of the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library.“Generations of Arlington citizens are going to be entering these doors and pursuing their dreams and what a difference that is going…

Arlington Christian Disaster Network Recognized by City for Act of Kindness

Arlington Christian Disaster Network

Arlington Fire Chief Don Crowson has recognized the Arlington Christian Disaster Network (ACDN) for outstanding community service. Formed in 2012, ACDN is a network of Arlington faith-based organizations that fill a variety of roles in our community, such as staffing and managing post-disaster Volunteer Reception Centers, disaster cleanup and recovery, and…

Five Arlington Police Officers Honored Friday at State Capitol

Arlington Police Officers were honored June 15, 2018, at the State Capitol.

Five Arlington Police Officers were honored today at the State Capitol in Austin by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement for a variety of outstanding police work. Deputy Chief Tarrick McGuire received the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Achievement Award for Public Service. Lieutenant Kyle Dishko received the Texas Commission on…