Sports Commission

The Commission ensures that Arlington has high-quality sports activities, facilities, and policies. It serves as a conduit for information about sports and physical fitness programs among community organizations, agencies of the County government and the Board.

Field Fund Working Group:  The Sports Commission has formed a small working group to examine field user fees. You can follow the process here.

PROMISE Working Group:  The Sports Commission has formed a working group to better understand the prevalence of racist and hateful conditions in Arlington sports and support youth sports leagues’ efforts to protect their participants from such conditions.  You can view more information here.

Communications Working Group:  The Sports Commission has formed a working group to seek and identify ways to communicate about sports in Arlington, with the overarching goal of improving the community’s understanding and appreciation of the role of sports in Arlington and the needs of the community members who play them.  You can view more information here.

2023 Meetings

Meeting Schedule: Unless otherwise noted, the Sports Commission meets on the 4th Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.  Meetings are held at Lubber Run Community Center.

2023 Meetings

Jan. 26
Hybrid Meeting
(PDF, 121KB)

Feb. 23
Joint Meeting with Parks and Recreation Committee
Hybrid Meeting

March 23

April 27

May 25

July 27

  • Agenda
  • July Packet 

Aug. 24

Sept. 28

  • Agenda
  • September Packet 

Oct. 26

  • Agenda
  • October Packet 


  • Agenda
  • November Packet 

Dec. 21

  • Agenda
  • December Packet





Positions & Initiatives

Letters sent to the County Board, positions statements, and links to other commissions, working groups, projects that involve the Sports Commission.

Positions & Initiatives

Past Meeting Notes Archive

Past Meetings

Resources for Members

This page includes links to Arlington County websites and resources that may be of interest to Sports Commission members or other sports advocates in the community.


Sports Commission Committees