Seeking Solutions to

Community Problems

Since 1954



Courthouse Clock The Committee of One Hundred has been Arlington's principal forum for citizen education in local and regional public affairs since its founding in 1954.

The monthly dinner meetings provide an educational setting in which issues of local, regional, and state interest are discussed in an atmosphere that permits communication to replace conflict.

Tomb of the Unkown Soldier In response to Arlington's ever changing needs and increasingly diverse population, the Committee continues to strive to build bridges between our many and varied socio-economic, business, cultural and educational groups. Consistent with its focus on education and constructive discussion, the Committee takes no position on issues. It invites involved members of our community to join in working through the new and exciting challenges that face Arlington in the 21st century.


Our April meeting:

How Does Our Police Deparatment
Keep Us Safe?



April 9, 2014

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Click here to get a Parking Pass
to print and display in your car at the meeting.


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