Arlington County’s community centers are used for a wide variety of activities, including sports, fitness, education and social events. The energy use varies greatly across the buildings because they have different functions, sizes, ages and systems. In fact, some of the most energy intensive and the least energy intensive buildings in the Arlington portfolio are community centers.
Community Centers: Site Energy Use Intensity (kBTU/ft²), 2007 and 2017
|Arlington Arts Center||183.7||173.1|
|Arlington Mill Community & Senior Center||96.0|
|Aurora Hills Community & Senior Center||110.2||82.0|
|Barcroft Sports & Fitness Center||123.3||103.8|
|Dawson Terrace Community Center||72.3||48.6|
|Fairlington Community Center||134.6|
|Fort C.F. Smith Park||133.5||111.5|
|Gulf Branch Nature Center||98.0||77.6|
|Lee Community & Senior Center||83.0||75.3|
|Long Branch Nature Center||83.9||81.3|
|Lubber Run Community Center||90.0||80.4|
|Madison Community Center||90.5||62.8|
|Walter Reed Community Center||191.4||187.6|
See this page for an explanation of the building and energy details provided.