Pool Operations 2021: What to Expect
In an effort to transition back to normal pool operations, residents will come to the pool on a first-come, first-swim basis at a reduced capacity that will likely increase throughout the summer. Unlike summer 2020, no reservations will be required to go to the pool-- only prior CellBadge registration. To plan accordingly, it is recommended residents arrive early to their pool and session of choice. Keep in mind there are 5 sessions offered each day at all 5 pools, with many opportunities to swim. Find list of FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions) on the Pools page along with details about each pool's operations.
Access with CellBadge: CellBadge is replacing membership cards as Lake Ridge's pool access system! Once registered, members can enjoy seamless check-in at the pools just by giving their name and address. See Pool Access: CellBadge for 3-step instructions. Be sure to submit photos for the entire household (Step 3) to complete the process; a weekly reminder email will be sent until photos for each member are submitted.
"Legal Food Frenzy" Still Accepting Donations
Thank you for the overwhelmingly generous response from our Lake Ridge Members! The Legal Food Frenzy fundraiser partners with numerous law establishments to aid the Capital Area Food Bank during this unprecedented time. Drop off non-perishable food items in the box on the front bench at our Office, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm until Thursday, April 29th at 5:00pm. Please note, no evenings or weekends. See most needed and wanted items.
Summer Camp Weeks Filling Up
Line up some well-earned summer fun for the kids after a cooped up year-- register for our friendly neighborhood camp today! Kids are grouped in Ages 6-9 and 10-12 and enjoy themed weeks with daily swim time and special events from 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday. Read more about all that we offer on the Summer Camp page of our website.
To register, drop off Registration Form and Financial Contract with check/money order to our drop box by the front door of the Office (12350 Oakwood Dr.), mail in forms with payment, or email form to firstname.lastname@example.org and expect a call to make card payment over the phone.
Creative Preschool Registration Ongoing
Enrollment is still open! Read more about all that your friendly neighborhood preschool has to offer, or schedule a tour to see for yourself and have any questions answered. Programs include Explorers class meeting 2 days a week for your 3 y.o., or the 3 Day or 5 Day class for your 4 y.o.
To register, send forms to email@example.com and leave a message to make card payment for admission fees to (703) 491-2154, or drop off form and check/money order in the Office drop box (12350 Oakwood Drive).
Meeting: Trails Oversight Committee Town Hall
Monday, May 10 | Tall Oaks Community Center | 7:00pm
Lake Ridge Board of Directors in 2014 entered into an agreement with Prince William County to develop and maintain the Occoquan Greenway Trail. The Occoquan Greenway is a public trail system designed to connect the County Government Complex to the Town of Occoquan. The Greenway offers multiple recreation opportunities, including hiking, biking and water access to residents and visitors. Representatives from the LRPRA Trails Committee and Prince William County Parks and Recreation Department will be in attendance to describe and explain new trail sections and bridge locations on Section 3. We look forward to your attendance.
Please contact Doug Milburn, Director of Administration by email or at 703-491-2154 by 4:00pm (EST), Monday, May 10th if you are interested in participating virtually.
Please note that any email address provided to LRPRA will be used for Association communication only