Free Public Wi-Fi Now Available at the County's Charles Drew and Barcroft Centers

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June 12, 2020

Arlington residents can now access free Wi-Fi in the parking lots of the Charles Drew Community Center and Barcroft Sports & Fitness Center as part of the County’s ongoing effort to help residents without reliable internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. 


Along with these two new locations, public Wi-Fi is available via the ArlingtonWireless network in the parking lots at Aurora Hills, Central and Columbia Pike libraries. No ID or password is required. Simply access the network and accept the terms of agreement. At all locations, residents are asked to remain in their vehicles while on site and to maintain a physical distance of 6 feet apart when outside. 


The County continues its work to identify, assess and set up public Wi-Fi where feasible. Additional locations will be announced when available.


Learn more about the COVID-19 response in Arlington