Account Details in Owner Portal: This is a friendly reminder that this quarter's Assessment Payments are due on Friday, December 1. Review your quarterly statement (if opted in for mail) or log in to the Owner Portal for detailed account information. See Registration Information if you have not yet created your account. Reminder: If your amount due on your statement is shown in parentheses, i.e. ($10.00), it signifies a credit balance, and no amount is due.
Late Payments: If you have not paid your previous quarterly payment for September 1, please do so now. Accounts which have unpaid balances after 5:00pm on Friday, December 15 are considered late and subject to collection costs and legal collection action. Remember-- Recurring Auto-Draft (ACH) payments can be made in your Owner Portal for free, so take this opportunity to set it up and maintain timely payments!
New Tipping Fee: You may have seen a "Tipping Fee" (tipping of truck per ton) listed on your statement if you have trash services. This was voted on by the County and will be added to assessments going forward. Questions? Find a Q&A on the Trash Service page of our website for details, and read more about this initiative directly on the County Website.
Monthly Survey: Winter Recreation Activities
LRPRA is in the process of gathering data on a monthly basis for each of our departments. We appreciate the feedback we have received thus far! The results are printed in the bi-monthly Lake Ridge Today magazine. This month, we are focusing on Winter Recreation Activities! The survey involves just a few easy questions that take less than a minute to complete. We want to hear from you!
See all scheduled future meetings of the Board and Committees on the Meetings Calendar.
Lunch with Lake Ridge is a monthly conversation segment where we serve bite-sized pieces of community information that you can digest at your convenience. This month, we are joined by Prince William County Fire and Rescue Chief Thomas LaBelle. Chief LaBelle shared wonderful insights and practices on how to keep our community, homes and families safe during the holidays. Watch it here!
Residents removing leaves from their yard are required to use compostable paper bags or a personal container labeled "Yard Waste". Wednesday is yard waste pick-up day through December. If plastic bags are used, the yard waste will NOT be picked up. Please remember that there is an 8 bag limit on leaves on yard waste pick-up day. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
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