We meet on the second Wednesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm and all are welcome.
Our current meeting location is in the
PWC Development Services Bldg at the County Center ( 5 County Complex Court Room Number varies, Woodbridge, VA)
September 10, 2014
How Property Owners Can Help Address Stormwater Management
– Paige E. Thacker, Horticulture Agent, Unit Coordinator/Agency Director, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Prince William Unit
Note: This is a follow-up presentation from last month’s meeting discussions regarding stormwater problems in the Occoquan District
August 13, 2014 (Click to download PDF version)
Cedar Run Room at the McCoart Building
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Kettler Donated Park Parcel
Located adjacent to the Vantage Point development on Old Bridge Road, Vice President of Kettler will discuss why they donated a 20-acre parcel.
Garber Shopping Center
Located on Minnieville Road across from Wawa. Updates on the status of the application by the developer to the County. Note: This project coincides with newly acquired property by Bill Garber (Holly Acres owner) and is located near Holly Acres and has also begun the review process with OLRCA.
NOTE: This month's meeting will be held at at the office of the Prince William Conservation Alliance at Tackett’s Mill located at 2241 Tackett’s Mill Dr, Lake Ridge, VA 22192. Learn more at http://www.pwconserve.org/
The meeting begins at 6:30 pm and the agenda is as follows:
(6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.) Keep Prince William Beautiful with Colin Walthall, Environmental Sustainability Program Coordinator Who is KPWB and what is their role in our community?
(7:00 p.m.to 7:45 p.m.) Watershed and Storm Water Management in the Occoquan District (Lake Ridge / Woodbridge and Town of Occoquan) Presentation and discussion led by Mayor Earnie Porta
(7:45 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.) Introduction on the plans for the Mitchell Property and Liberia Property by Sherman Patrick, Compton and Duling
Update on the Trails from Parks and Recreation (On Tuesday, April 8th the Board of County Supervisors will vote on the “east end” agreement between the Parks Department and LRPRA to advance the McCoart to Occoquan Trail.) Read about it here: http://eservice.pwcgov.org/documents/bocs/agendas/2014/0408/10-A.pdf
New Item: Town of Occoquan Acquiring Tanyard Hill Property (previously referred to as "Oaks III")
You do not need to pre-register, no fee to attend and everyone is welcome to participate. If you have any questions or need more information please call Bryanna Altman at 571-283-1983
The Occoquan Lake Ridge Civic Association is a group of volunteers working to ensure that our community remains vibrant. Please visit us our www.OLRcivic.org and “like” us on Facebook.www.facebook.com/occoquanlakeridgecivicassociation
Occoquan Lake Ridge Civic Association is hosting a Community Round Table to
Promote Trail Advocacy and Education on Wednesday, June 12th at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting is open to the public and will be held at the Development Services Building located at Prince William County Government Center on the second floor in Room 202A.
Meeting participants invited:
• Occoquan Lake Ridge Civic Association (OLR)
• Mid-Co Civic Association (MIDCO)
• Lake Ridge- Occoquan-Coles Civic Association (LOCCA)
• Lake Ridge Parks and Recreational Association
• The Town of Occoquan
• Prince William Trails and Blueways Council
• Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition
• Prince William Conservation Alliance
• Lake Ridge- Ridge Runners
• Virginia Happy Trails
For comments please visit our website: www.OLRcivic.org or call Bryanna Altman at 571-283-1983
About OLRCA: The Occoquan-Lake Ridge Civic Association (OLRCA) is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, non-political volunteer organization.
The purpose of the association is to further the common good, general welfare, and interests of the citizens of Occoquan and Lake Ridge in Prince William County Virginia by building a sense of community and addressing (championing) quality of life, economic development, planning and land-use, environmental and transportation issues and opportunities. The OLRCA seeks to represent the citizens of Occoquan-Lake Ridge on issues affecting our community.
The Association may join, support, and/or collaborate with federations, leagues, conventions or other civic groups whose purposes and actions are consistent with the welfare of the OLRCA and Prince William County; provided that no action under this section shall impair the continued existence of the Association as a distinct organization.
The geographical focus includes the Occoquan River to the north, Route 123 to the east, Old Bridge Road to the south, and Springhaven Road to the west.
This is an open meeting and all interested parties are welcome.
Occoquan Lake Ridge Civic Association
Where: Development Services Bldg, Room 202A
When: Wednesday, June 12
Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm