Lake Ridge Association | Weekly News Flash | 12350 Oakwood Drive | 703-491-2154 | lakeridgeva.com
Get the Association’s most up-to-date information from LRPRA Health Precautions through Community Alerts. Currently, the Association has cancelled the following gatherings, closing facility usage and encouraging social distancing in accordance with the CDC’s recommendations:
Even though the Office is closed to the public, Administration is at the office. Our black drop box to the right of the front door can be used to drop off payments or forms. Payments for March 1st can be dropped off in the box or made over the phone. Please label envelopes as to which department the envelope should be directed to. For payments please include account number and property address with phone number. Checks and money orders should be made out to "LRPRA". All forms can be found on our website and submitted through email. Please call the Office with any questions at 703-491-2154, Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Thank you for your patience at this time.
Even though the Office is closed to the public, you can register online! Fill out & email the applicable registration form & financial contract, Recreation will then call you to accept payment.
Preschool 2020-2021: A few of our classes are almost full for the 2020-2021 school year! As a program that is state licensed with low teacher-to-student ratio, lunchtime AND competitive pricing, you can see why we are trusted in the community as a fantastic choice for residents of Lake Ridge and beyond.
Summer Camp 2020: Our camp spans the week of June 15th to the week of August 3rd. We offer themed weeks with local field trips and days packed from 8:30AM - 5:00PM with a variety of activities, including built-in daily swim time at our exclusive community pools.
As we shared during registration, parents of sports participants can expect an update via email from Recreation by the end of March regarding the upcoming season. See our website for more information about our spring youth leagues-- soccer, t-ball & coach pitch.
Many people are experiencing a high level of stress related to the global health pandemic. It is important to recognize the signs of stress in your life and try to find ways to help mitigate them.
Prince William County: PWC has provided some suggestions to find some balance in times of uncertainty.
Office of Congressman Gerald Connolly: Congressman Connolly provides a helpful document with information and links for small businesses.
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency): For help in distinguishing fact from fiction FEMA has compiled helpful information and websites.
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