FREE Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months are now available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
Starting Tuesday, June 21 at 4:30 p.m. until Tuesday, June 28 at 8 a.m., Permit Arlington, ePlan Review, and online payment will be unavailable to customers.
Learn more about the Arlington County Fire Department's mission and members.
Information about the Sheriff's Office.
Court locations, hours, jury duty, marriage licenses, land records, etc.
The five-member County Board is Arlington’s governing body, vested with its legislative powers.
Learn about police programs and leadership, file a police report, pay parking tickets, and more.
Information and parks and recreation programs, facilities, classes, rentals, events, and more
Ensure all County transactions are conducted in a legal and ethical manner.
County Manager Mark Schwartz is the principal administrative officer of Arlington County. He and his office provide professional recommendations to the County Board.
The Commissioner of Revenue assesses all Arlington County property taxes, except real estate.
The County's largest department, DES handles water as a utility, storm and sanitary sewers, water pollution control, streets, trash/recycling/organics, energy and sustainability, transportation, maps and more.
DHS provides health and human services programs for all ages and needs.
The Treasurer's Office is open to walk-in customers Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Staff is also available by e-mail and telephone.
Our expertly trained dispatchers answer your 9-1-1 calls in times of emergency and send help, no matter the obstacles.
Our mission is to coordinate emergency preparedness and response capabilities, resources and outreach for the Arlington community.
The Department of Management & Finance (DMF) mission is to ensure prudent use of County resources.
We build, maintain, and secure a world-class information technology environment and provide technical expertise to County departments and agencies.
CPHD leads the County's planning, housing, historic preservation, community development, and neighborhood improvement initiatives.
Arlington Economic Development (AED) is dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of an economically competitive and sustainable community by providing aggressive leadership and superior services to Arlington’s business, real estate development, tourism and arts and cultural communities.