The following are the rates for 2021 until May 20. After May 20, the Family Membership will increase by $45, the Couples Membership (all ages) will increase by $35, and the Individual Membership (all ages) will increase by $30. So sign up early! Inactive Membership rates do not change on May 20, but are due by July 1.
|Family Membership||Covers all immediate members of a family living in the same household. This typically means parents and their direct, legal children. Multiple families living in the same household will be expected to purchase separate memberships as appropriate. There may be exceptions: Email the Membership Director with questions.||$455 for renewing members, $355 for new members|
|Kids as part of a Family Membership||Free!||$0|
|Extra members||Mainly intended for non-family member caregivers, such as a nanny. Not intended for others, such as multiple families living in one home, or non-immediate family members living in your home, or family members not living in your household. Email the Membership Director with questions.||$30 each|
|Couples||Covers two people living in the same household; can cover a dependent child if only 2 people are joining from the same household, but if there are children in addition to 2 people, you should choose a Family Membership.||$415 for renewing members, $315 for new members|
|Individual (Non-senior) Membership||Only for a one person membership; those with children or others joining should look at a Couples membership or Family Membership.||$320 for renewing members, $220 for new members|
|Senior Individual Membership||One person aged 60+ as of May 1. Those seeking to add additional members such as grandkids should look at a Couples or Family Membership. Email the Membership Director with questions.||$270 for renewing members, $170 for new members|
|Senior Basic Membership||Two people aged 60+ as of May 1 living in the same household. Those seeking to add additional members such as grandkids should look at a Couples or Family Membership.Email the Membership Director with questions.||$365 for renewing members, $265 for new members|
|Inactive Membership||For those no longer coming to the pool, but who wish to continue supporting LPRC.||$145|
|Work Fee||See below for an explanation, but you only pay if you don't complete 4 hours of work (per membership, not per person) for the pool before or during the season.||$100 deposit for renewing members, new members are exempt|
|Guest Passes||Each member receives 5 passes free, which expire at the end of the season; passes at the gate will be $5 each. Left over additional passes purchased in books of 10 do not expire. Note: Individuals attending the pool more than 5 times in a season, except in unusual circumstances, will be asked to join to come again. Membership is required for repeated use of LPRC. Email the Membership Director with questions.||$45 for a book of 10|
|Snack Cards||A convient way to provide for snacks and ice cream during the season||$10 per card|
About our work fee: We get lots of questions about our work fee, so we should explain it here. First, the good news: new members don't have to pay it at all or work; we want you to relax for the first year. Also, almost no one actually pays the work fee; the vast majority of members manage to work it off by working 4 hours total (but not necessarily consecutively) before or during the season.
So, what is the work fee, and why does LPRC have it? At LPRC, we are fortunate to have 8 acres of green space, tennis courts, and of course the pool. All these assets require maintenance, and we as members are the ones who must maintain the space. As a result, all members, except for those in their first year of membership, must either work 4 hours before or during the season or pay a $100 work fee. There are many opportunities to work the 4 hours, such as at pre-opening work days (in late April and early May, on the calendar), regular grounds maintenance during the warm months, or helping before or during social events. If you think there is any chance you will work the 4 hours between now and when the pool closes in September, you mail a separate check for $100 to LPRC, P.O. Box 243, Annandale, VA 22003; if you work the hours, we will shred the check and, if not, we will cash it after the season. If you are absolutely sure you will not work the hours (and this is a minority of membership) you can simply add $100 to your dues and we will use those proceeds for maintenance. In practice, the check just acts as a deposit for almost everyone. Feel free to email the Membership Director with questions.