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20145 Ashbrook Place,  
Suite 170
Ashburn, VA  20147


Ph: 703-777-0343
(TTY: 711)

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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    Creating Community Through People, Parks and Programs

CMRCC Renovation Project Update
Renovations at Claude Moore Recreation and Community Center have been ongoing since early June 2018. For more details, see News Flash or click here.

Department Overview

Since 1966, PRCS has worked to meet our residents' needs for recreation and leisure opportunities and supportive community services. 

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.

PRCS Strategic Plan
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Fall Activity Guide
Click on the image below or here to view the 2018 Fall Activity guide. Copies are available at PRCS center and park offices, CASA and YAS sites and county libraries. Registration is ongoing. 

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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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News Flash - View All
Deadline to Compete in Loudoun's Battle of Bands November 9!
Over $900 in prizes will be awarded to the top three winners of Loudoun’s Battle of the Bands. The annual competition is open to the county’s middle and high school students Read on...
County Hosts Unveiling of Robert Sanabria Sculpture October 14
Nationally known artist Robert Sanabria has donated one of his sculptures, “Urban Arbor,” to the Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center in Purcellville. The Arts Center will host a reception, sculpture unveiling and retrospective Read on...

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