City of Arlington’s Spanish Language Community Outreach Includes New Facebook Page, Video Series
By Ryan Hunt, Managing Editor, Office of Communication
Posted on August 18, 2021, August 18, 2021

Spanish Langauge Outreach

The City of Arlington is proud to announce the launch of a new Facebook page to increase communication and outreach to our Spanish-speaking residents living throughout The American Dream City.

The page,, will feature a mixture of translated posts about important events and city services, as well as organic multimedia content that will be found exclusively on the Ciudad de Arlington, TX Facebook page.

Cynthia Lemus, a Lone Star Emmy Award-winning video journalist, is now a communication coordinator for the City’s Office of Communication. She comes to Arlington after working at Univision since 2016. She will host exclusive video programming on a variety of Arlington’s digital communication channels, increasing inclusivity in the City’s overall marketing efforts and celebrating Arlington’s vibrant Latino residents and visitors.

“As The American Dream City, we’ve always worked to celebrate our community’s diversity and think of it as one of our greatest strengths,” said Jay Warren, the City’s director of Communication and Legislative Affairs. “We’re excited about having dedicated content for our Spanish speaking residents to enjoy and to increase overall awareness about the great things happening in Arlington.”

In conjunction with the launch of the Spanish Facebook page, Ciudad de Arlington, TX, is the debut of Arlington Eats in Spanish. The episode takes viewers to Maria’s Pupuseria Restaurante, located at 1737 S. Cooper St., Arlington, TX 76010, and tells the origin story of pupusa, a thick griddle cake or flatbread from El Salvador.

In addition to Arlington Eats, segments like MyArlingtonTV News, the City’s weekly newscast featuring the top stories happening in Arlington, and Weekend Buzz, which highlights weekend community events big and small, will both be available in Spanish. You can find these videos on the City’s YouTube channel at

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