Arlington for Everyone is a campaign of the Alliance for Housing Solutions, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization seeking to increase the supply of affordable housing in Arlington and Northern Virginia.
We support an Arlington for Everyone, in which people from all walks of life are welcomed to live and fully participate in our community.
We believe that Arlington is a greater place because of its openness to inclusivity and dedication to social and economic diversity.
We recognize that creating and maintaining a variety of housing options and a commitment to long-term affordability in Arlington is essential to this diversity.
The Arlington for Everyone campaign seeks to raise community awareness about the scarcity of affordable housing across the county. As housing becomes less affordable, we lose part of what makes Arlington such a strong community - diversity, ability of people in all job types (nurses, firefighters, social workers, teachers, students) to live and work here.
Help the Alliance for Housing Solutions increase the supply of affordable housing in Arlington by joining the campaign today. Here's how you can help:
Sign on to support the campaign principles
Put up a yard sign, wear a button, or post a bumper sticker
Host a dialogue with your friends, neighbors, and colleagues to raise awareness of the issue
Join the Alliance For Housing Solutions’ mailing list to stay informed
Advocate for better policies to make Arlington housing more affordable
Donate to AHS
For as long as she can afford to live in Arlington, Monica Morin will be getting around by bike and bus.
“I had an opportunity to create a better life for my son.”
“I want to enable people like my father and extended family to feel at home even in the most unfortunate of circumstances.”
“I hope those of us who love this county and want to stay can have our concerns heard and addressed.”
“Honestly, the reason I came back to Arlington is because I can live with my parents for free.”
For Wilma Jones, life in Arlington is steeped in family history and deep community ties to the Hall’s Hill neighborhood.
“What I love most about living in Arlington is its unceasing ability to prioritize and fight for the under served, underrepresented, and disadvantaged.”
“I think diversity and inclusion through affordable housing is something we should all advocate.” Carolyn Heaps
“I have it all,” Christine Searle says of living in Arlington.
Once Mark Riley thought he’d have to leave Arlington. Now, he’s speaking up for his neighbors facing rising housing prices.
“I like Columbia Pike. I always joke with my wife and tell her this street is like the United Nations.”
“The sense of community that you find in Arlington is one of my favorite things about living here.”
“What I like most is Arlington’s civic engagement and desire to improve the community at every level.”
“We wanted to be a part of the progressive vibe of Arlington.”
Inspired by the people, the institutions, and the nonstop opportunities for a fulfilling life.
Working hard, raising children and finding a warm welcome in Arlington.
Andres and Alma have seen their children flourish through stable, affordable housing and a great education in Arlington.
Retired “fed” plans to stay in her home of 33 years.
Young leader learned hard work and ambition from her Peruvian grandfather.
After years of rent increases, Sarah and her family are now thriving in Arlington with stable and affordable housing.