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.
Applications for the LRPRA Board of Directors Election for 2022 will be available October 1. In order to be eligible, all applicants must complete the application and be in good standing with LRPRA. This includes no delinquencies or covenants violations. The Board of Directors is composed of nine volunteers who are elected to serve a three-year term. Further Candidate application information to follow in the coming Weekly News Flashes. See the timeline of the next few months and what the election process entails.
Exclusively Virtual Format: Ballots will be distributed via EMAIL ONLY starting in January. If you believe your main email address is incorrect, needs to be updated, or does not exist in our database, please complete our Update Form. Note that the email you receive the News Flash from may not be in our database if you have changed emails since purchasing your home. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
See all future meetings for LRPRA Board and Committees on the Meetings Calendar.
Email Covenants for virtual login info by 12:00pm, Tuesday, September 21, 2021.
Classes have begun, and though we are full in our 5 Day Pre-K Class, we still have space in our 3 Day Pre-K Class (4 yrs.) meeting Monday/Wednesday/Friday and our Explorers Class (3 yrs.) meeting Tuesday/Thursday! See what COVID-19 Policies we have in place for a safe and healthy school year. Schedule a tour and read more about the program on the Creative Preschool page of the website.
To register, submit the Registration Form and Financial Contract to email@example.com and call 703-491-2154 to pay sign-up fees with card, or drop off printed forms with check in the Office drop box or in the lobby during business hours.
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.
Rules for Burning Waste: Burning of trash is not allowed in PWC according to Fire Marshal and law. In addition, burning of leaves, brush, stumps, branches, ground cover or any other associated yard waste is not allowed, unless part of an allowable controlled burn.
Household Hazardous Waste & Electronic Recycling: Prince William County residents are urged to properly dispose of household hazardous waste and/or recycle electronics at the County Landfill. Residents are limited to 3 units for disposal per visit. There is no charge to county residents for this service. Collections will be held in tandem with the Household Hazardous Waste Collection. See the location and hours on the PWC website for the most current information on days and time for this service.
Voter Registration & Early In-Person Voting: For a list of options to vote, times, dates and deadlines, visit PWC website and have your voice heard.
Please note that any email address provided to LRPRA will be used for Association communication only.