Tag Archives: Put Technology to Work

City Uses Pre-Chlorinated Pipe Bursting Method To Replace Aging Water Mains

A neighborhood water main replacement project typically means weeks of noisy construction equipment, torn up streets and intermittent water shut offs for affected residents. But that may be a thing of the past for Arlington neighborhoods thanks to an alternative water main replacement technique known as pre-chlorinated pipe bursting that is…

Put Technology to Work: City of Arlington Joins Nextdoor, Periscope

The Arlington City Council has identified “Put Technology To Work” as a priority. Technology touches all parts of the city life – our organization, residents and businesses. It is also integral in achieving the City’s other four priorities including investing in our economy, supporting quality education, enhancing regional mobility and championing…

City Moves to Next Phase of LED Streetlight Conversion Project

The Arlington City Council is putting technology to work, approving the next phase of the LED streetlight retrofitting throughout the city with OpTerra Energy Services. Back in March of 2015, the Arlington Public Works and Transportation Department launched the largest streetlight conversion project in the southwest, retrofitting 10,500 lights with high performing…

City, UTA Engineers Use High-Tech Tools to Evaluate Sewer Pipelines

After decades of ferrying water and wastewater, drought, floods and changing soil conditions, sewer lines can begin to crack and fail. This happens across the country and Arlington is no exception. Replacing them all would cost millions. But leading civil engineers from The University of Texas at Arlington’s Center for Structural…

“Put Technology to Work” Newsletter Highlights Free Wi-Fi at Levitt Pavilion

The Arlington City Council has identified “Put Technology To Work” as a priority. Technology touches all parts of the city life – our organization, residents and businesses. It is also integral in achieving the City’s other four priorities including investing in our economy, supporting quality education, enhancing regional mobility and championing…

2015 State of the City Will Be Broadcast Live on Periscope

The City of Arlington’s Periscope account will be live streaming Mayor Jeff Williams’ first-ever State of the City address on Wednesday, October 21, 2015. The address, hosted by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, will take place at Arlington Convention Center starting at noon. The live stream through Periscope can be accessed on the…