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Arlington to vote on $5.3M neighborhood improvement projects this Saturday

New signage, streetlights, and street improvements

Aerial view of Arlington, Virginia.
Photo via La Citta Vita

This Saturday, the Arlington County Board will consider five projects expected to improve the neighborhood with a total cost of $5.3 million, as reported by ARLnow. An additional $200,000 is included for Arlington County’s “Missing Link Program,” which connects new sidewalks to existing sidewalks.

The neighborhood improvement projects that will be considered include a new sign for Long Branch Creek as well as new streetlights and street improvements along 31st Street S, between Randolph and Woodrow streets. There are also plans for street improvements along N. George Mason Drive in Waycroft-Woodlawn, intersection improvements along 2nd Street S. in Penrose, and new streetlights in Foxcroft Heights.

To see the cost of each neighborhood improvement project, be sure to check out ARLnow.

Board to Consider $5.3 Million in Neighborhood Improvement Projects [ARLnow]