Sustainable Arlington

Arlington Vision 2020 Committee/Mass. Climate Action Network (MCAN) Chapter

default Arlington DPW: Recycling, Trash, Composting Popular

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Recycling & Trash pickup calendar; news updates; composting; Community Collection Day (May and Nov. at DPW Yard); Recycling Center open one Sat./month. 

pdf Arlington Reconnaissance Report. Freedom's Way Landscape Inventory. Mass. Heritage Landscape Inventory Program Popular

In Town Websites 156 downloads

Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. Freedom’s Way Heritage Association.   June, 2006.  Rev. Feb. 2007.

Arlington's Local Heritage Landscape Participants:

Roger Barnaby, Barbara Cutler, Richard Duffy, Elsie Fiore, Joey Glushko, Jane Howard, Gordon Jamieson, Elizabeth Karpati, Ann LeRoyer, Jim Marzilli, Kevin O’Brien, JoAnn Robinson, Clarissa Rowe, Nathaniel Stevens, David Stoff, Rita Walsh, FWHA Laura Wiener, Howard Winkler, John Worden.

 

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The Arlington Tree Committee was established in 2010 by the Arlington Board of Selectmen.  The mission of the Committee is to promote the protection, planting, and care of trees in Arlington.

default Arlington [MA] Open Space Plan 2015-2022 Popular

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The Plan covers Arlington's many open space and recreational resources as well as plans to protect and maintain them as the Town changes and develops.

Note: Section 4: Environmental Inventory Analysis, Sec. G. Environmental Challenges, and Map 4-3. Water Resources, Wetlands, and Floodplains.

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Arlington voters approved adoption of the Community Preservation Act (CPA) in November 2014 with the Act to begin funding in FY2016. The Town of Arlington began collecting surcharge revenue on the August 3, 2015 tax bills and will continue collection on a quarterly basis. 

The act will raise an estimated $1.4 million in funding annually via a tax surcharge and state funds that are designated for major public investments in open space and outdoor recreational facilities, affordable housing, and historic preservation.

default Conservation Commission, Arlington, MA Popular

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Protects natural resources in the Town of Arlington, such as lakes, rivers, ponds, streams, wetlands and floodplains, which have habitat values for the animals and plants that live there as well as filter our air and water.  Meets twice monthly at Town Hall.  

default Open Space Committee, Town of Arlington Popular

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a volunteer board appointed by the Town Manager, with approval by the Board of Selectmen. Prepares and monitors the Town’s Open Space and Recreation Plan. The updated Plan for 2015-2022 was recently approved by the state. The complete Plan is posted on OSC page of the Town website.  Ann LeRoyer, Chair.  Monthly meetings open to the public.

 

default Planning & Community Development, Arlington, MA Popular

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Senior Planner Nat Strosberg is a member of the Vision 2020 Standing Committee; Planning Director Jennifer Raitt is a member of the Vision 2020 Advisory Committee. updated Nov. 2016.

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In Town Websites 825 downloads

Officeial Town Website

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The Arlington Reservoir (the Res) ... has served since the 1890's as a recreational area for walking, swimming, fishing and boating.  

The Reservoir Committee ... is a group of concerned citizens working to solve the Reservoir's problems. The Committee meets on the third Tuesday of the month in the Arlington Town Hall Annex. Anyone ... is welcome to participate.