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Learn how to submit an idea to the Neighborhood Conservation Program

Hi Neighbors!

As we all hopefully continue to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, your Tara-Leeway Heights Civic Association would like to remind you that Arlington County is reviving programs that enable citizens to influence infrastructure improvements in their neighborhoods.

The county budget director announced this week that $2 million will be sought as part of a November bond issue to support the Neighborhood Conservation (NC) program, which was  created in 1964 to empower residents by having them come together to discuss and share ideas for improving their own neighborhoods. Today, the program provides funding for a variety of improvements including, but not limited to, the installation of sidewalks, curbs and gutters, streetlights, signs and park improvements.

Civic Associations are meant to be the vehicle for communicating with the county on NC projects. 

Your TLHCA encourages you to submit to us your ideas and suggestions for infrastructure improvements in our neighborhood. TLHCA Board contacts are Bill Braswell (, who sits on the county-wide NC advisory council, and Pete Erickson (, who has recently managed a NC project in our area. Your thoughts are welcome at any time.

Please try to contact Bill or Pete before the end of July
so we may begin planning for the upcoming funding cycle.
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