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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 11:46

Light Up Arlington 2013

The time has finally come; Light Up Arlington is right around the corner. Join the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department on the streets of downtown Arlington on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, from 6-11 p.m. “’Light Up Arlington’ is one of…
According to a recent release from the United States Geological Survey (USGS), zebra mussels have found their way to Lewisville Lake. This coming less than a year following the discovery that the destructive invasive species has been confirmed in Lake Ray…
The Parks Administration Building located at 717 W. Main St., will be receiving a water harvesting tank to accent the existing drought tolerant, Texas native landscaping that was installed last fall. Funding for the purchase and installation of this tank…
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 15:17

TICKET TO TRAVEL - Taste of New Orleans

Saturday, June 22  •  5-9 PM (Inside & Patio Service) RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  CALL 817-548-5047 TO RSVP. Ventana Grille’s monthly Ticket to Travel event features Chef Luigi Cinelli’s inventive take on traditional cuisine from locations all across the globe, in a…
Want a discount on your boat insurance? Have your boat inspected at Lake Arlington - at no cost! The Dive, Search & Rescue Division of the Arlington Fire Department, assisted by a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary, will be conducting Boat Inspections…
Friday, 14 June 2013 15:15

Vandalism at Allen Saxe Park

“Nessie”, our beloved dragon of the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department, was recently vandalized Allen Saxe Park. The estimated cost of the play-structure was $5,000. Do you know know the vandal? Do you know of the whearabouts of the missing pieces of…
Friday, 14 June 2013 00:00

"Stars of the Parks" YouTube Series

Internet Video Series Highlights Exemplary Parks and Recreation Staff Members The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department has repeatedly been acknowledged as an exemplary municipal department; however, the true value of the department has always come from the staff members that…
A sculpture trail that was conceptualized during the planning of Super Bowl XLV is set to move forward. The Parks and Recreation Department is leading the charge in the planning and development of the new Entertainment District amenity. A plan…
Tuesday, 11 June 2013 15:44

Arlington Parks Seeking a Sculptor

The City of Arlington has recently released a "Request for Qualification" for the selection of an artist/sculptor to design the first piece of art for a new sculpture trail in the Entertainment District. In 2012, City Council identified four strategic…
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