Canterbury Woods Pool goes to the dogs on Saturday, September 11! Pups of all shapes and sizes (no aggressive dogs please) can enjoy getting their paws wet for a 1 hour session either from 9am-10, 10-11, or 11-12pm. Bring a filled out registration form the day of the event with your PWC dog license number and pay the $10 fee per dog with check or card (no cash).
See all future meetings for LRPRA Board and Committees on the Meetings Calendar.
"Come grow with us!" The Garden Club of Lake Ridge is having its annual Meet & Greet at Tall Oaks on Monday, September 13 from 7pm-8pm. They plan to meet outside on the lawn, weather permitting. Anyone with an interest in gardening in invited to join, learn about the club and their exciting plans for the year ahead. For more information, please contact them via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 703-593-0912.
With pools closed for the summer, residents can turn paper guest passes purchased in the past in to the Association Office to be added to the household CellBadge account. Guests will not gain entry starting summer 2022 with paper passes. Find more information about Guests here.
On December 15, 2020, Prince William Board of County Supervisors unanimously approved changes to Chapter 22 (Refuse) of the County Code. The key change is the mandatory separation and curbside collection of yard waste starting October 1, 2021. Homeowners are responsible for the purchase of the paper bags/personal containers labeled "yard waste".
Disposal Services has confirmed with LRPRA Management that Wednesday will be the designated Yard Waste Pick-up Day for ALL residents, starting October 6, 2021. No trash or recycling will be picked up these days.
Visit the PWC website for an informative FAQ on Yard Waste and other county code changes.
PWC COVID-19 Updates: Please use this link for all information related to COVID-19 in Prince William County.
Free Fix-It Fair Repairs: Free repair of items "too good to throw away" on October 9! Repair appointment/registration is required and available at www.KPWB.org, Events tab. Registration schedules are available for small furniture and appliances, bicycles, costume jewelry, clothing and other portable items. Masks, and social distancing will be encouraged to maximize the safety of fixers, volunteers and customers.
Mega Paper Shred at Pfitzner Stadium: See the attached link for information on the free and confidential document shred on October 23 at Pfitzner Stadium.
With seller spaces full, shoppers can expect plenty of unique finds and good deals at our annual Community Yard Sale! This will take place in the Association Office Parking Lot on Saturday, September 18 from 8am-12pm. Be sure to bring cash, and a tote bag for small items!
Parking: A few handicapped spaces will be designated at the end of the parking lot; other parking will allowed be along Oakwood Drive excluding the turn lane onto Old Bridge Road and marked No Parking areas. Please follow street signs accordingly and drive slowly for a safe environment for pedestrian crossing and loading.
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