The county board has approved $3.87 million to fund ten neighborhood conservation projects.
The projects “will upgrade parks, and improve streets, sidewalks and street lighting in 10 neighborhoods across the County.”
Seven of the ten neighborhoods selected are in North Arlington.
The projects, as detailed in a county press release:
- Aurora Highlands — $592,280 to improve S. Ives St. – 20th St. S to 23rd St. S sidewalks, curbs, gutters and street lighting
- Leeway — $546,738 to improve N. Nottingham St – 22nd St. N to Lee Highway
- Buckingham — $498,538 to improve pedestrian safety and street lighting, for beautification and the possible replacement of colonial streetlights with Carlyle Style lights
- Lyon Park — $498,000 to improve and beautify N. Daniel St./9th St. N-Washington Blvd. to 10th St. N sidewalks, curbs, gutters
- Clarendon-Courthouse — $487,000 to improve Rocky Run Park and N. Barton St., by building two lighted, multi-use courts; renovating playgrounds; building synthetic field, accessible pathways, site furnishings and fencing
- Old Glebe — $485,100 for N. Old Glebe Road – N. Stafford St. to N Military Rd. historic preservation/park interpretation at Forth Ethan Allen – Madison Community Center
- Cherrydale — $374,000 to improve N. Kenmore St-S. of Lee Highway to 20th St. S.
- Boulevard Manor — $353,887 to improve sidewalks, curbs, gutters and street lighting for 1st Street N and N. Montague St.
- Foxcraft Heights — $12,500 to help community locate, design, build and install a neighborhood sign.
- Columbia Heights — $12,500 to help community locate, design, build and install neighborhood sign.
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