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Pool opening delayed, closed Memorial Day weekend
In accordance with the current stay-at-home order, Association pools will not be opening Memorial Day weekend, and the 2020 Validation Sticker mailing has been delayed. More information to come on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) page as guidance continues to develop for safe reopening of Northern Virginia.
Last chance to get Summer Camp discount
Save $20 per week if you submit your forms & payment this weekend! Line up some well-earned summer activities for the kids. Themed weeks run June 15 - August 3, Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm. Even though the Office is closed to the public, you can still register online by submitting the fillable Registration Form and Financial Contract to email@example.com and setting up a time for phone payment.
At this time, camp is scheduled to begin June 15th. If any weeks are postponed or cancelled by Lake Ridge Association due to COVID-19 restrictions, reschedule or refund options will be made available. Keep up to date with changes on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.
Sign up for Swim Lessons
Refresh those swim skills for the summer pool season with LRPRA’s Red Cross certified "Learn to Swim" program! Our instructors are seasoned, Lake Ridge locals who are passionate about safety and excellence in swimming. Sign up today by submitting the Swim Lesson Registration Form to firstname.lastname@example.org and setting up a time to make payment over the phone.
At this time, lessons are scheduled to begin June 15th. This is dependent upon pool opening; if /when pools open, small group lessons can be held with social distancing. If any sessions are postponed or cancelled by Lake Ridge Association due to COVID-19 restrictions, reschedule or refund options will be made available. Keep up to date with changes on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.
Watch Tuesday’s Board of Directors meeting
Don’t forget your June 1 assessment
Your next quarterly assessment is due June 1. Sign up for Assessment Payment Reminder notifications through text or email so you never miss a payment. Send timely payment in the mail, pay online, drop labeled payment in drop box outside the Office door, or set up bill pay or direct debit-- there are lots of options to pay! If you have already paid your quarterly assessment, you may disregard this reminder.
Trash reminders: no illegal dumping, use covered containers
Charlie & Son is working diligently to continue their duties, the safety of their customers, the community and their staff are very important. Keep up with trash service updates and reminders on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) page, and see Trash Service for general information.
- Illegal Dumping Fines: Please remember that leaving bulk items, household items, and excessive amounts of trash in common areas around Lake Ridge is considered illegal dumping and fines will be issued.
- Rats & Rodents: Residents are advised that should they see rats or rodents they should contact Prince William County Animal Control at 703-792-6500 or the County’s Neighborhood Services Office at 703-792-7018. Please place your trash in front of your home in a covered container and ensure no access bags are left outside of the container.
Year-round feeding of deer prohibited in PWC
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) has concluded 2019-2020 Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) surveillance efforts in Virginia’s white-tailed deer population. This is a slow and progressive neurological disease that ultimately results in death of the animal; there is no evidence that it can be transmitted naturally to humans or pets.
In an effort to reduce spread of CWD (Chronic Wasting Disease), year-round feeding of deer is now prohibited in Prince William County. The feeding prohibition helps prevent the congregation of deer and therefore aids in preventing the spread of the disease from sick to healthy individuals. Regulations pertaining to CWD, maps of affected states, and information about CWD can be found on the DGIF website.
Helpful resources for COVID-19
Be sure to frequent the Association’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) page for a summary of all changes to LRPRA activities and policies during this time. Get instant notifications of any changes using Notify Me to sign up for Community Alerts.
The following are resources that Occoquan District Supervisor, Kenny Boddye, has put together for the community to find the assistance they may need during this time:
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