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!

Vision Zero - Annual Safety Feedback Form through April 30: What can the County do to make transportation safer for you? Every spring, the County hosts a public engagement to learn about safety needs and challenges directly from our community members. Use the form to respond to 10 questions and share locations of concern on a clickable map. The survey is available in: English | Español | العربية | አማርኛ | Монгол | 中文

Gateway Park - Feedback Form through May 3: Gateway Park, the signature park space in Rosslyn, is being reimagined. Please share your thoughts on the redesign of Gateway Park using this form. Your input will help inform the development of draft concept designs for what the park could look like in the future. Visit the project page to learn more and to sign up for regular updates to stay up-to-date on engagement opportunities.

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. 

Requests to Advertise

Requests to advertise are not final votes, and residents will have an opportunity to comment on items at later dates.

Registration to speak on an item with a scheduled public hearing opens approximately a week before the meeting, and members of the public can either register online or call in at 703-228-3130.  Those wanting to participate in these hearings can do so in person, virtually, or by phone and will receive instructions on these options once they have completed their registration. Members of the public wanting to speak on a Consent Agenda item must notify the County Board Office before 9 AM at Regular Meetings to request the item be pulled from the agenda. Agendas will note which consent agenda items are subject to public hearing requirements and which require Board member consent to be removed.  

Members of the public are also strongly encouraged to subscribe to the County Board's News and Updates service to be alerted when meeting agendas are posted. Board meeting and agenda information can be accessed on the County Board's webpage.

Board meeting and agenda information can be accessed on the County Board's webpage.



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