Disposal Services has suspended service for today, January 4, 2022. If your regularly scheduled day is today your trash and recycling will be picked up tomorrow, January 5, 2022. They will have extra trucks out to ensure it is all picked up tomorrow. If you were missed yesterday, Monday, January 3, 2022 your next regularly scheduled pick up is your next day for service. Disposal Services thanks you for your patience at this time.
If you have a concern regarding down trees and/or snow plowing please fill out the Facilities Concern form. Urgent matters will be addressed as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience.
Single-family homes located on streets dedicated to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) should refer all plowing requests to the VDOT offices at 800-367-7623. Condo residents should contact their respective property management company for service. In case of an emergency situation, please call the Prince William County Police at 703-792-6500(this is a non-emergency number).
Townhome areas are difficult to plow because of the close proximity of vehicles and lack of areas to pile snow. Every reasonable effort will be made to push the snow into appropriate overflow areas. Please do not leave your vehicles in such a manner as to block access to your street.
The first time the plow trucks drive through the Association private streets, they will primarily work on clearing entrances, exits and a single travel lane for residents and emergency vehicles. Subsequent plowing will take place during the storm to maintain a reasonable access. A final removal will take place to widen roadways where possible at the end of the storm. Every effort is made to avoid leaving snow ridges behind parked cars, but please understand that a certain amount of snow will unavoidably be left along the rear of parked cars.
The Association has contracted with Emery Snow Removal for snow services. They are responsible for clearing private roads owned by the Association.
Sanding will be performed as necessary after plowing or as needed during ice storm conditions. Hills, curves and intersections will receive top priority.
Please note that any email address provided to LRPRA will be used for Association communication only.