Plan Documents & Materials

Welcome to your resource page for all documents and materials related to the Forestry and Natural Resources Plan. This page will be updated as new materials are developed or presented.

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Community Engagement

Nov.10, 2020 - Dec. 23, 2020

Mar. 1, 2021

Aug.1 - Oct. 3, 2022

Virtual Community Engagement, TBD, Virtual

December 2022
We received more than 1,800 engagement responses in engagement #2. Participants engaged in a variety of ways including an online form, commenting directly on the draft, attending in-person pop-up events at 23 locations, commission meetings, through stakeholder groups and community events, and at a virtual open house session. 

Below are documents that capture what we heard and the associated analysis:  

June 2023 - Community Feedback on the Draft Forestry and Natural Resources Plan (FNRP) 

The community was invited to review and provide feedback on the latest draft of the FNRP. An online form was available for feedback from June 1 through June 30. 

June 14, 2023 - In-Person Open House at Lubber Run Community Center 

An open house was held at Lubber Run Community Center where residents stopped by between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Staff were on hand to answer questions and collect feedback on the draft Forestry and Natural Resources Plan. 

June 26 and June 28, 2023 - Virtual office hours  
Virtual office hours were conducted on Microsoft TEAMS. The project team was available on June 26 from 1-3 p.m. and on June 28 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. to answer questions and collect community feedback. 
September 2023 – Engagement Summary 

Through the engagements noted above from April-June 2023, we heard from 154 stakeholders in a variety of ways.  The engagement summary is linked below that detail what we heard from the community. The project team is using this information to further update and finalize the final Draft Forestry and Natural Resources Plan.  

Next Steps  

County Board & Commissions

View meeting materials and recorded presentations given to the:

Planning Documents

  • Benchmarking Report- See how Arlington's management of trees and natural resources performs next to four Virginia jurisdictions and other recognized areas.