The four finalists have been chosen for Arlington’s 13th annual Vehicle Decal Design Competition.
The contest, organized by the county Treasurer’s Office, received 235 submissions from Arlington high school students this year. It was narrowed down to the finalists, above, by a panel of local residents.
Arlington County residents can now vote (once) for their favorite through Monday, Jan. 16. Voting is taking place online and via mail.
The winner will be announced at a County Board meeting on Jan. 31, according to the Treasurer’s Office, and that design will then grace the windshields of 160,000 windshields from 2017-2018.
The winner will also get $750, while the runners-up gets $500 from the Arlington Community Federal Credit Union.
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