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Programs & Activities
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Adaptive Recreation provides individuals of all abilities with opportunities to choose participation in recreation and leisure programs, which may enhance their quality of life and foster respect for and acceptance of diversity within the community.
The Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) serves as the central point of contact for seniors (55+) and their loved ones.
After School Programs
CASA, YAS and After School Enrichment program information for students at multiple elementary schools, middle schools and Community Centers.
Discover more information about the Claude Moore, Dulles, South, Franklin Park, and Round Hill Aquatic centers.
View the current childcare, preschool, and after school programs in Loudoun County.
Creating Community Virtually
Learn about how PRCS is creating community through virtual activities.
View rental facilities throughout Loudoun County.
Licensed Preschool Program
Discover Loudoun County PRCS licensed preschool programs for children ages 2.5 to 5.
Learn more about Special Events offered from Parks, Recreation and Community Services.
PRCS Inclement Weather Closure Guidelines
View information about the Parks, Recreation and Community Services inclement weather closure guidelines.
Sports Leagues & Programs
Find schedules and information on youth and adult sports programs.
PRCS Summer Day Camp Programs (Daze and Fest) provide safe and fun recreational activities for children in grades K-8. Adaptive Recreation offers programs to all individuals with disabilities including a summer camp.
Teen Events & Programs
Loudoun's annual and program events such as Battle of the Bands, LOCO ImprovFest and StepUp Loudoun are designed to provide middle school and high school students a safe and fun place to express themselves and connect with others. Youth Services also provides numerous development and community service programs.
The WORK program provides an additional step in the graduated sanctions available to youth who are given community service hours by the courts.