As the nation’s first LEED Platinum certified community, Arlington County is a nationally recognized leader in creating a sustainable and resilient urban environment. We have long-proven success in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, managing stormwater, fostering environmental stewardship, and promoting our residents’ health and well-being.
Rethink Energy Program
Check out Arlington’s Energy Lending library. Make the Green Home Choice. Six takeaways from Arlington’s greenest buildings.
When it rains, it pours. Arlington’s stormwater management program is working to keep our neighborhoods and streams safe and healthy. See how you can help.
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With StormwaterWise, get technical assistance and funds to deal with stormwater runoff on your property – beautifully.
Green Home Choice
Doing a home renovation? Curious about your green choices? We can help.
Community Energy Plan
The Community Energy Plan is being updated. We want to hear from you!
First LEED Platinum Community
Oh snap! We’re number 1.
Windy Run Stream Restoration
Just over a mile from the Clarendon-Courthouse area, this hidden gem is now in even better shape – with downstream benefits.
Reduce Your Risk of Flooding
Did you know? More than 20% of flood claims are from low to moderate-risk areas.
Habitat restoration, invasive plant removal and more.
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Report Stream Pollution
Stream pollution: just report it.
Learn more about stream pollution.
Trees on Power Lines?
There’s a fallen tree and a downed power line. Now what?
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