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PRCS Athletic Fields Available for Limited Use; County Postpones Licensed Summer Camp
Posted on June 4, 2020 at 2:13 PM by Nancy McCormick
As Loudoun County enters
Phase One of the Forward Virginia reopening plan
, the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) is outlining a process for a limited use of the county’s athletic fields by the public. At the same time, PRCS is postponing the start of licensed, weekly summer camp until July 6, 2020, or later. Families registered in camp FEST and DAZE camp sessions scheduled to run before July 6 will receive a refund. Refund notices will be emailed directly to registered households starting the week of June 1, 2020.
What’s Open in Phase One
Athletic fields at Loudoun County park sites will be available for use by permit on a limited basis beginning June 5, 2020, for conditioning drills. No competition or games will be allowed. No more than ten people can gather at once. PRCS will designate time slots for affiliated teams through an allocation process. Teams or leagues must request a field allocation by 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, via
email to PRCS
County parks are open for trail and leisure use, including fishing and water activities.
Tennis and pickleball courts are open with no more than four people allowed on a court at one time.
PRCS recreation, community and senior centers are currently closed and programs canceled.
Basketball courts, volleyball courts and playgrounds remain closed
Pavilions remain closed
A reminder that many athletic fields used by local teams are operated by Loudoun County Public Schools and they remain closed at this time.
“We are planning to offer modified summer programs and reopen our facilities when we can safely progress to Phase 2, when we expect an easing of restrictions on the number of people who can gather in one place," said PRCS Director Steve Torpy. “Modifications, including reduced hours for full-day camps like Daze and Fest, will be necessary to meet social distancing guidelines established by the Virginia Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Details on other summer activities, weekly camps, and sports camps and clinics will be available on our website at
,” Torpy added.
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