Share your neighborhood tree issues here: quests and successes.
Be sure to share any requests/concerns for tree action with the county by emailing the county board, county manager, school board, and Arlington County forester:
in writing, by phone, by meetings, or at official School Board meetings.
The School Board is responsible for school properties, including the trees on those properties.
Contact Arlington Tree Action Group –
INACCURACIES IN THE PLAN OUR PUBLIC SPACES (POPS) PROCESS COMPROMISE COUNTY’S ABILITY TO MEET RESIDENTS’ NEEDS IN ARLINGTON’S PARK SYSTEM:
Correspondence between Arlington resident and County Housing Planner on accessory dwellings (November 1, 2017)
Washington Post- Letters to the Editor – Accessory dwellings in Arlington would be bad news (October 31, 2017)
I am against any changes that would allow bigger building foot prints on permeable land (October 24, 2017)
Upcoming county Board decision on accessory dwellings could have major impact on our tree canopy (October 18, 2017)
Identifying serious problems with the process and the results of the Lubber Run Park project (September 14, 2017)
Arlington residents place high priority for Parks and Recreation system on (1) preserving existing trees and natural areas and (2) acquiring open space for parks to develop passive facilities (May 2016)