- About Us
The mission of the Lake Ridge Association is to enhance property values, promote community life and care for natural resources.
Lake Ridge Parks and Recreation Association (LRPRA) is a planned unit development community nestled along the southern bank of the Occoquan River Reservoir in Prince William County, Virginia. This family friendly community is known for its beautiful woodland setting and has been established for almost 50 years.
In 1969, Ridge Development Corporation, along with the late Kenneth Thompson, developed what was once a remote cluster of homes into today’s planned community of Lake Ridge. On March 29, 1972, with its Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions recorded in Prince William County, Virginia, the Lake Ridge Parks and Recreation Association was established.
The community is set on 4,700 acres of common ground with 1,200 acres maintained by the Association, consisting of 7,278 property units that include single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, 2 apartment complexes and commercial properties. In addition, the Association offers a variety of amenities to include 5 pools and a spray ground, a boat ramp, community centers for rent, sports fields, playgrounds, fitness stations and other outdoor recreational courts including tennis, pickleball, basketball, multi-use and volleyball.
Chief Operating Officer / General Manager
Ms. Bernie Guthrie is a graduate of The University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics, George Mason University with a B.A. in Psychology, and George Mason University with a M.B.A. Furthermore, she has industry credentials that include the CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations), AMS (Association Management Specialist) and PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager).
Ms. Guthrie previously worked as a Large-Scale Community Association Manager at Belmont Bay Homeowners Association, HOA Division Director with Community Management Corporation, Regional Director at First Service Residential, and most recently as Director of Association Management at National Realty Partners.
Ms. Guthrie is a member of the Washington Metropolitan Chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI), Virginia Legislative Action Committee, and a contributor to Quorum Magazine.
In her free time Ms. Guthrie enjoys cooking new recipes, gardening in her back yard and reading biographies.
View contact information for all staff associated with the Lake Ridge Homeowners Association.
View the names of current board members along with meeting agendas and approved minutes.
The Board of Directors appoints committees as deemed appropriate in carrying out the Board's purpose. Committees meet at the discretion of each committee chair. Meeting dates will be reflected in the meetings calendar.
The Association is divided into five departments -- Administration, Covenants, Facilities, Finance and Recreation. Each department is overseen by a director and all departments work together to ensure that Homeowners' needs are met.
The Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job opportunities will be posted on our homepage under News.
Almost 50 years ago, developer Ken Thompson had a vision for a planned community in eastern Prince William County where “suburban homes coexist with nature.”