Applications will be accepted until 5:00pm today to serve on the LRPRA Board of Directors! The Board of Directors is composed of nine volunteers who are elected to serve a three-year term. If you have a desire to serve your community, we encourage you to fill out the candidate application. See the election timeline for more information.
Resident Voting Prep: Eligible voting residents-- Register or update your email address to receive your ballot when voting opens in January!
You may have received an email with important information regarding the new homeowner portal —please follow the steps to successfully sign-in and begin using the new portal features! Your homeowner portal gives you access to your account balance, online payments, work order requests, Association documents, and more! The homeowner portal URL.
See all scheduled future meetings on the Board and Committees Meetings Calendar.
Prince William County Department of Public Works will be closing the county’s Solid Waste facilities on Sundays beginning November 6. Find further information on their website.
Prince William County residents may apply for a Solid Waste Disposal Decal for their vehicle. Although residents can provide their driver’s license to gain entry and use these services, the decal makes the check in process faster and more convenient.
Prince William County residents can apply for the Solid Waste Disposal Decal online and the decal will be mailed. The decal should be received in 2-3 weeks. A resident may also complete and submit the decal application in person at Taxpayer Services in the James J. McCoart Administration Building, and receive the decal the same day.
We are aware of playground property being illegally graffitied. If you witness suspicious activity or someone defacing LRPRA property, please call the non-emergency number for the PWC Police Department: 703-792-6500.
Visit with Santa & Letters from Santa: Register now for our holiday activities! Grab a family time slot with Mr. & Mrs. Claus on December 3 and submit your requests for personalized letters from Santa to your loved ones through December 9. A discount is applied for those who register during the month of November, so register early!
Next Thursday's Food Truck: Virginia Grill
As you turn your clocks back, the Prince William County Fire and Rescue System would like to remind residents to change the battery in their smoke alarms. When properly installed and maintained, working smoke alarms save lives and protect against injury and loss due to fire. You double your chances of surviving a home fire with working smoke alarms compared to homes without working smoke alarms (Smoke Alarms Save Lives).
Please note that any email address provided to LRPRA will be used for Association communication only.