Engage Arlington


Current Engagement Opportunities

Arlington 2050: Envisioning Tomorrow Together – A Postcard from the Future: Imagine you live, work, and or play in Arlington in the year 2050—and you love it! What makes it great? What's new? What's the same? What does the ideal Arlington look like to you? Share your vision about the future of our community!

Coffee With a Cop - In Person on Wednesday, May 22 and Friday, May 24, 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.: Join Arlington County Police for an informal opportunity to ask questions, discuss public safety concerns, and get to know the officers and neighbors in your community. On Wednesday, May 22, join ACPD at Rocky Run Park (1109 N. Barton St) and on Friday, May 24 join ACPD at John Robinson Jr. Town Square (2406 Shirlington Road). Visit here for more information. 

NCS Capital & Pilot Projects 2024 – Feedback Form through May 27: Learn more about the Neighborhood Complete Streets program and see the community feedback-informed concept designs for two capital projects (N. Oakland Street and 8th Road N.) and three Shared Street Pilot projects (S. Lynn Street, N. Wakefield Street, 12th Street S.). 

Future of Libraries - Feedback Form through May 31: Arlington Public Library is committed to providing the best possible services and resources to our community. You are invited to share your thoughts and opinions on a set of 12 potential services and experiences the library developed with the community. Your input will help influence the decisions, tradeoffs and ways to enhance library programs, collections and facilities to better serve you and the community. The last day to respond to the questionnaire will be May 31. Visit the Arlington Public Library website for more information.

21st Annual Green Community Tour - In Person on June 2: Get ideas and inspiration to help build a greener community in Arlington on Sunday, June 2, from 11 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Begin at the  Community Welcome Celebration at Arlington Central Library, then visit green homes, gardens and community spaces throughout Arlington. Features include energy efficient and water-saving technologies, solar energy, rain gardens, native plants, wildlife habitat and more. The Community Welcome Celebration at Arlington Central Library is a free event featuring electric vehicles, exhibits and family-friendly fun! Learn more about the Green Community Tour

N Lynn Street Resurfacing for Complete Streets Concept Design – Feedback Form through June 5: Check out the community-informed concept design and learn more about the project. The concept design reconfigures the roadway to provide three vehicle travel lanes, add a protected bike lane, and add pedestrian bump outs and medians where possible. Learn more here and share your feedback.

Bailey's Branch Park Renovation - Feedback Form in English or español until June 6: Share your thoughts on the final draft concept design to help shape the future of Bailey's Branch Park. Visit the project page for more details and to provide your feedback.   

23rd and Eads Park Renovation - Feedback Form until June 7: Share your feedback on the 23rd and Eads Park Renovation Project. Staff are soliciting feedback on the park's current uses and community preferences between three draft concept designs. Visit the project page for more details and to provide your feedback.   

WMATA Proposed 2025 Better Bus Network - Feedback Form through July 15: Share your feedback on the future of Metro on how to improve service and connections. This network prepares Metro for the future by creating the building blocks of the expanded bus network the region deserves, serving recent and planned growth areas, and providing more frequent all-day, all-week service. Explore the network and share your thoughts here.

Understanding the Needs of Veterans and Service Members in ArlingtonArlington County’s Military and Veterans Advisory Committee (MVAC) is interested in hearing from members of the military, veterans, and their families who live and/or work in Arlington about types of programs, services, and resources that could be helpful. Click here to participate so that we can explore programs and services that may better serve our Veteran and Active Military Community.

Gulf Branch Resilience Project - Feedback FormPlease share your thoughts on the latest design update for the Gulf Branch Stream Resilience Project. Visit the project page to learn more.

Safe Homes, Safe Relationships - Feedback Form in English or español: Share your feedback with Project PEACE on any experience you may have been using, looking for, or if you are referring people to resources for those impacted by domestic/intimate partner violence and sexual assault in Arlington County. Your feedback is confidential. Results will help enhance and improve services for everyone in the county. 


Sarah Tracey
Director of Public Engagement
Office of Communications & Public Engagement