County libraries and community centers are currently closed to the public to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Please note that Wi-Fi is still available outside of many of these locations. Please see the list below for locations where it is now available or view our Digital Resources map.
Users can connect to the County’s free wireless network by choosing the “ArlingtonWireless” from various locations around Arlington. No ID or password are required.
Outdoor Wi-Fi Hotspots around Arlington
Aurora Hills Branch Library – 735 18th St S, Arlington, VA 22202
Barcroft Sports and Fitness Center – 4200 S Four Mile Run Dr, Arlington, VA 22206
Ellen M. Bozman Government Center Plaza – 2100 Clarendon Blvd. Arlington, VA 22201
Carver Community Center – 1415 S Queen St, Arlington, VA 22204
Central Library – 1015 N Quincy St, Arlington, VA 22201
Charles Drew Community Center – 3500 23rd St S, Arlington, VA 22206
Columbia Pike Branch Library – 816 S Walter Reed Dr, Arlington, VA 22204
Fairlington Community Center Park (patio area) – 3308 S Stafford St, Arlington, VA 22206
Fire Station #2 – Ballston – 4805 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203
Fire Station #5 – Jefferson District/Aurora Highlands– 1750 S Hayes St, Arlington, VA 22202
Fire Station #9 – Walter Reed – 1900 S Walter Reed Dr, Arlington, VA 22204
Langston-Brown Community Center and Park – 2121 N Culpeper St, Arlington, VA 22207
Lubber Run Park – 200 N Columbus St, Arlington, VA 22203
Madison Community Center – 3829 N Stafford St, Arlington, VA 22207
Oakland Park 3705 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22203
Stambaugh Human Services Center (Sequoia 1) plaza – 2120 Washington Blvd, Arlington, VA 22204
Shirlington Branch Library– 4200 Campbell Ave, Arlington, VA 22206
Thomas Jefferson Community Center – 3501 2nd St S, Arlington, VA 22204
Virginia Highlands Park – 1600 S Hayes St, Arlington, VA 22202
Walter Reed Community Center – 2909 16th St S, Arlington, VA 22206
Temporarily unavailable – Outdoor Wi-Fi locations
Arlington Mill Community Center Courtyard – Temporarily closed due to COVID-19 testing.
Use Caution on Wi-Fi Networks
Be careful with your personal data when on a Wi-Fi network. When entering usernames, passwords or other sensitive data, consider using only secure connections on sites that start with https:// instead of http://.
More About Arlington Wireless
Arlington’s public access Wi-Fi initiative leverages the County’s information technology infrastructure by providing no-cost Internet access in places where the community gathers. Contact the Department of Technology Services with questions.