Let’s boost our civic engagement!
What’s happening in Arlington and how can you make an impact? Check out the information below from Arlington County's Engage Arlington!
“S Four Mile Run Drive Complete Streets Pilot Project – Concept Design Meeting
Wednesday, July 21: Check out the concept design for S Four Mile Run Drive between S Oakland Street and Shirlington Road, near Jennie Dean Park. You’ll be able to share your feedback and learn about how the project will help address a Vision Zero High-Injury Network corridor, support the Jennie Dean Park renovation and improve connections for people walking and rolling. Visit the project page for more information and meeting details.
Crystal City Metro Station Second Entrance
Through Friday, July 23: The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is looking for feedback on a concept plan for a new east entrance for the Crystal City Metro station. The entrance would be located at the northwest corner of Crystal Drive and 18th Street South. Learn more and provide your written feedback online through July 23.
MWCOG Regional Housing Equity Plan Meeting Series
Throughout July: The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) is coordinating community engagement for a Regional Housing Equity Plan. The plan, also known as the Regional Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, helps direct federal funds in ways to make housing more equitable and accessible to individuals and families no matter where they live or where they would like to live. Please join COG and Challenging Racism for a discussion series on Housing, Equity and Race: Fair Housing in the DMV Region.
CC2DCA Multimodal Connector Feedback
Through Sunday, August 15: This project explores the possibility of providing a context-sensitive multimodal connection between Crystal City and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), designed to meet the needs of people walking, biking, and using micro mobility devices. Share your thoughts on what aspects of this connection are most important to you online through August 15. Materials are available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
Provide Input on Arlington’s New Logo
Through Friday, September 3: Arlington County would like your input on the proposed logos for the Arlington community. Pick your top three favorites online through September 3."