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20145 Ashbrook Place 
Suite 170
Mailstop #78
Ashburn, VA  20147

Ph: 703-777-0343
(TTY: 711)
Fx: 703-771-5354

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

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Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs...

Since 1966, the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Services (PRCS) has worked to meet Loudoun residents’ needs for recreation, leisure, and community service programs. 

The department operates and maintains a planned, integrated network of facilities and spaces throughout Loudoun County including active and passive parks, trails, community, recreation and senior centers, adult day centers, pools, historic sites, a nature preserve, and a fine arts center. Through a cooperative effort with Loudoun County Public Schools, the department offers additional programs at school sites. 

Mission Statement 
Our mission is to provide outstanding recreational and leisure opportunities, outcome-focused community services, and stewardship of our natural resources to promote quality of life for Loudoun’s residents and visitors. 

camp guide 2015 Summer Camp Guide
The Summer Camp Guide is available at PRCS centers and parks, county libraries and PRCS Administration Ashburn. Registration is ongoing. For more information or to view the Camp Guide online, click here

ADA Compliance

The Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services is committed to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in PRCS activities, please contact the location/program manager (or PRCS administrative office at 703-777-0343/TTY-711). Three business days advance notice is requested.

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Loudoun County PRCS Summer Activity Guide
Summer Activity Guides will be available for pickup at PRCS centers and regional parks, county libraries and PRCS Administration in Ashburn, beginning May 7. Read on...
Community Ambassadors Sought for Loudoun Seniors
Seventeen additional Loudoun residents have stepped up to advocate for seniors since the Loudoun County Commission on Aging’s (COA) Community Ambassador Program launched in June 2014. Read on...

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