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“Flourishing After 55”

Office of 55+ Programs, Department of Parks and Recreation, 300 N. Park Dr., Arlington, VA 22203 703-228-4747 55+ Programs are in person at 55+ Centers unless otherwise noted. A 55+ Pass is required to participate starting at a $20 annual fee. To join or register, go to registration.arlingtonva.us or call 703-228-4747.

Arlington’s Expanded Housing Option Ordinance Leaves Neighbors No Rights and the County No Wiser

At the outer edges of Arlington County — in the Arlington-East Falls Church area — a three-story monolith housing six dwellings and providing three parking spaces has been proposed for an R6 treed lot where a 1925 house now stands.

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In Tents Not by Choice, But Lack of Choices

Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Johnson v. Grants Pass. on April 22, 2024 with consequences for people experiencing homelessness.

People experiencing homelessness opt to sleep in areas ‘not designated for human habitation’ because of a lack of affordable housing, especially for those earning below 30 percent of the Area Median Income.

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In Tents Not by Choice, But Lack of Choices

Problems with data; police Encounters; shelter and housing.

People experiencing homelessness opt to sleep in areas ‘not designated for human habitation’ because of a lack of affordable housing, especially for those earning below 30 percent of the Area Median Income.

“Flourishing After 55”

Office of 55+ Programs

Spring Book Sale

Friends of the Arlington Public Library (FOAL) invite you to the 2024 Spring Book Sale.

New Harris Teeter in Arlington Emphasizes Customer Experience

Store offers upgraded shop and a bar in the heart of Ballston

Harris Teeter

Houses of Worship Can Develop Affordable Housing

Many faith communities struggle with oversized and aging facilities along with declining membership and revenues.

Senior Living Briefs

Senior Living Briefs

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Historic Funding for Chesapeake Bay Restoration

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday that $206 million in funding will be allocated for projects aimed at continuing the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay.

Doorways On Track to Break Records Again

Safehouse operated at 211% capacity first quarter 2023

Doorways in Arlington

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