The NCAC leads the development of neighborhood plans and recommends neighborhood-initiated capital improvements for funding by the County Board. Improvements include sidewalks, street beautification, pedestrian safety projects, street lights, and parks.
NCAC members are comprised of representatives from 48 of Arlington County’s 57 civic associations. Each community that participates in the Neighborhood Conservation (NC) Program has a NC representative that serves as a liaison with County staff in the development of a neighborhood plan. The plan ultimately reflects the desires of the community as a whole. All NC representatives serve on the NCAC.
|Jan. 14||Virtual||Meeting Cancelled|
|Feb. 11 at 7:00pm||Virtual||Agenda|
How to View and Participate in a Virtual NCAC Meeting
Virtual NCAC meetings will be held through electronic communication means in compliance with the Code of Virginia and Arlington County’s Continuity of Operations Ordinance. All meetings are open to virtual attendance by the public and closed to in-person attendance.
- Group members, staff, and public testimony will be hosted by teleconference/videoconference via Microsoft Teams.
- Meeting access information will be provided on the Committee’s webpage at arlingtonva.us. (link will be posted in chart above prior to the meeting start)
- Closed captioning is available for this meeting by viewing it through the Microsoft Teams free app.
- Audio is available from the dial-in phone option.
- A recording of the meeting will be posted to the Committee’s webpage two business days after the meeting.
- To request translation services or other reasonable accommodations, contact Tim McIntosh: email@example.com; 703-228-3829.
The public can participate by sharing live verbal testimony or written comments in advance.
- Sign-up online to speak by 12 noon on the day of the meeting.
- In-person registration will not be available.
- Registered speakers will receive an email with further instruction.
- Speakers will join the meeting via Microsoft Teams (accessible through a web browser or the free app), or, via a phone line to provide their comments.
- To register by phone, contact Tim McIntosh at 703-228-3829.
- Submit written comments online to the NCAC. Comments received by 12 noon on the day of the meeting will be provided to the NCAC in advance.
- The Who, What, Where, Why and How of Placemaking Presentation
- Active Projects Status Update December 2020
- Neighborhood Conservation Map
- NC Funding Map 2000-2017
- NC Guide 2019
- Amazon Update Presentation
- White-Tailed Deer Presentation