Named for the terminus of the railroad line that once bisected the neighborhood, Bluemont/Bon Air boasts an unrivalled network of trails, no fewer than six parks, and a thriving retail core extending from the highrises of Ballston to the small businesses along Wilson Boulevard. A central geographic location, shared history, and long-standing civic pride are forces that unify this multi-faceted neighborhood. From the days of Ball's Crossroads to the heyday of the railroad to the arrival of Capital Bikeshare, Bluemont/Bon Air has kept Arlington connected, in space and time, by rail, by bike and on foot. And the community has been involved every step of the way – whether helping tend its public gardens, staffing the Bluemont caboose or volunteering at its award-winning schools, a culture of engagement defines this neighborhood's character — and will continue to guide its future.
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Updated: 1st April, 2020 7:34 PM.