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Arlington County Vehicle Personal Property and Second Installment Real Estate Taxes are due by October 5
Track where the County's snow plows are and which roads have been treated and cleared after a weather event.
When activated, a form for reporting weather-related issues involving roads and sidewalks.
Check updates on scheduled events and programs around the County.
Arlington responds to winter storms in phases that progressively expand street mobility from emergency vehicle access to more typical traffic patterns.
The County’s snow removal ordinance requires all Arlington property owners to clear snow and ice from public sidewalks adjacent to their property within a designated time period.
The Department of Parks and Recreation will treat and clear up to 10 miles of high-volume, multi-use County trails in snow season while the Department of Environmental Services handles protected bike lanes.
Residents who live on one of Arlington’s many narrow roadways can assist with snow response by removing vehicles beforehand from on-street parking.
Arlington County’s snow removal ordinance requires all Arlington property owners, occupants, or persons in charge to clear public sidewalks adjacent to their property within a designated time period.
When bad winter weather is forecast, a variety of departments prepare a coordinated storm response.
The snow issues form opens only after snowfall has ended, varying with each storm.
Trails status: 703-228-6525
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