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Arlington County Virginia

Saegmuller House, ca. 1919, 5101 Little Falls Road, Arlington, VA, National Register

Photo: Saegmuller House, ca. 1919, 5101 Little Falls Road, Arlington, VA. Listed on National Register of Historic Places in 2003. Photographed by user:Rob Chilcoat, 2008, (own work) [cc-by-3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons, accessed April, 2013.

The Arlington County Courthouse is located at 2100 Clarendon Boulevard, Arlington VA 22201; phone: 703-228-3120.

At 26 square miles, Arlington is the smallest self-governing county in the U.S.

While technically, a county, we list Arlington neighborhoods under the pseudo-municipality (Arlington) to fit the hierarchy of Living Places which is: County-Municipality-Neighborhood/District.

There are a number of un-incorporated neighborhoods within Arlington that are commonly referred to by name as if they were distinct towns. For over 30 years, the government has pursed a development strategy of concentrating much of its new development near transit facilities, such as Metrorail stations and the high-volume bus lines of Columbia Pike. Within the transit areas, the government has a policy of encouraging mixed-use and pedestrian- and transit-oriented development. These urban villages are listed as municipalities to keep the logical structure of County-Municipality-Neighborhood of Living Places' original design. [1]

  1.,_Virginia, accessed May, 2012.
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