Lake Ridge Parks & Recreation Association | 12350 Oakwood Drive | (703) 491-2154
Lake Ridge introduces a new system to manage pool access-- CellBadge. This digital system will replace the use of plastic membership cards. Residents can register their households for easy pool check-in and will no longer need to wait for validation stickers every year or visit the Office. Upon arrival at an LRPRA pool, residents will simply inform the guards of their name and address to be verified in CellBadge and granted access.
See Pool Access: CellBadge for 3-step instructions to register-- Initial Add Request, Add Household, and Submit Photos. Please follow all steps to complete registration before busy season in May.
Missed the cut-off for soccer registration for your child? If you are willing to coach, soccer teams are still in need for this spring season! No regular registrations accepted. Must email by 5:00pm today to get registered.
Tuesday, March 9th | 8:00pm | Virtual via Zoom | Agenda
Contact Doug Milburn, Director of Administration by 4:00pm, March 9th (EST) to participate virtually.
Every year LRPRA hires a contractor to treat our common areas to prevent seasonal weeds and other undesirable grasses. Please be aware of the contractors and avoid the area when they are present. The first weed control application is scheduled to start on March 15, 2021. The application includes 2 herbicides:
Tuesday, March 16 | 4:30pm | Virtual via Zoom | Flyer
Premier Aquatics, pool management company for Lake Ridge, will be hosting another hiring event specifically for our community pools to operate this summer! See flyer for virtual sign-in information.
Police Training Session: PWC Police will be hosting an hour-long free virtual training session on March 11th at 6:00pm regarding auto larceny prevention and catalytic converter theft. Find how to join here.
Vehicle Noise Town Hall: Register to join a virtual Town Hall on March 11th from 6:30-8:30pm, hosted by Occoquan District Supervisor, Kenny Boddye. Join transportation professionals, police & legislators to discuss addressing road noise concerns such as modified mufflers & jake brakes.
Animal Law Reminder: Did you know-- It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly or willingly to allow any animal belonging to that person to urinate or defecate on any public property, or the property of another without the consent of the owner of the property. See PWC Code Sec. 4-11.