FAQs
 
Community
  • Fishing on the lake
    Fishing License Requirements:  The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries has stated that a valid fishing license is required by the State of Virginia in order to fish in our neighborhood lake.  If you are 16 years old and older you must have a license to fish in the lake.  If you are assisting a child who is under 16 years of age, you also need a license.  Fishing licenses can be purchased on-line.  Attached is the link to the VA Government site for additional information, fees and ordering:  www.dgif.virginia.gov/fishing/regulations/licenses.asp
     
  • How do I request Books and Records of the Home Owner's Association?
    The process to get access to association's Books and Records is documents in Resolution for Books and Records Requests.
     
    As part of that process, you will need to fill out the Books and Records Request form.
  • LARR Official Communications via Constant Contact
    LARR HOA currently uses Constant Contact to send official communications.  
     
    If you are not receiving email communications from Constant Contact, please go to the LARR Constant Contact registration form
  • Red Rock Rockets Swim Team - FAQ

    How well do I need to be able to swim in order to join the team? 
    The rules for Old Dominion Swim League state that a swimmer needs to be able to swim one length of the pool in order to swim in the meets. The coaches will not enter a child in a meet until they feel that he/she is ready and able to swim one length of the pool. It is best to contact the coaches and to discuss your child's readiness. We offer free swim evaluations to anyone thinking of joining the team, so please contact the team via email for more information.  

     

    What is the Mini-Team and who can be on it?  
    The Mini Team is designed to build the confidence and skills of the young swimmer who is not yet ready to swim the length of the pool unassisted.  Once a swimmer can swim a length of the pool unassisted and has been evaluated by the coach, they will be eligible for competition in the larger meet.  A “Mini” is a child 5 -7 years of age who has been evaluated and accepted into the Mini Program by a Red Rocket coach.  According to the league we swim in, the Old Dominion Swim League, a child must be 5 by the 15th of June but no older than 7 by that date. Space for the minis is limited to no more than 15.  The swimmer must be comfortable in the water to be on the mini team. 

    What kind of swim league is the team part of?
    Our team is developmentally competitive and everyone is offered the chance to swim in every meet, if he/she can swim one length of the pool unassisted. We have friendly scored dual meets against other local neighborhoods with events (races) broken down by gender and age. We are part of the Old Dominion Swim League. Our primary focus is for the kids to become a better swimmer in all 4 of the competitive strokes while having a fun summer with their friends. 

    How are the age groups broken down for the races at a meet?
    Boys 5-6
    Boys 7-8
    Boys 9-10
    Boys 11-12
    Boys 13-14
    Boys 15-18
    Girls 5-6 
    Girls 7-8
    Girls 9-10
    Girls 11-12
    Girls 13-14
    Girls 15-18

    How long is the summer swim season?
    Swim Team starts right after Memorial Day and goes until the end of July.

    Do boys have to wear the little Speedo swimsuits?
    No, our boys wear swim trunks called swim jammers and they come down almost to your knees.

    Is my kid too young or too old?
    The swim team is open to all children in our neighborhood from age 5 and up to and including 18 year olds. Our Swim League rules state that your child must be 5 years old by June 15th to join. This is a great summer sport for your teenager, because although he/she might know how to swim freestyle, a lot of older kids need practice with the other three strokes.

    Do I have to swim the meets?
    No, you do not have to swim the meets. Having said that, once you feel a bit more confident in the water, you will want to do the meets because it's FUN hanging out with your new friends and cheering for each other.

    My child won his/her race. Why didn't s/he get the blue first place ribbon?
    Your child may have won his/her heat but may not have won the event. For example, Johnny is a 6 year old. He is swimming in the 6 and under Freestyle race, Event number 1. The pool has 6 lanes. There are 12 children swimming the race. The first 6 children to swim are in HEAT 1 of EVENT 1 - Boys 6 and Under 25 meter Freestyle. The second 6 children are in HEAT 2 of EVENT 1 - Boys 6 and Under 25 meter Freestyle. Once all the heats for that event have been completed, the swimmers are ranked from fastest to slowest. The top 6 times from all heats are awarded a place ribbon, the remaining children receive participation ribbons.

    What is the difference between the "Divisional Meet" and the "All-Stars Invitational Meet"? 
    Both of these end of the season meets offer a great opportunity for your child to swim against lots of other swimmers in the league in a big meet setting.

    The All-Star Invitational Meet is swum at the end of the regular season. All swimmers must qualify for this meet by swimming faster than the All Stars cutoff times set for each event. The cutoff times will be determined this year, after the first two meets for the league and these times will be announced later.  This meet has a restricted number of swimmers per event.  At most, a swimmer may swim 3 individual events (as long as they have qualified for each event) and the IM (again, if they qualified for it).   Please note that older teens (15-18's) must also qualify for the All-Star Invitational meet by swimming faster than the cutoff times.

    The Divisional Meet is for all children who do not qualify for the All-Star Invitational meet. It is an opportunity for kids to see how they stack up against other swimmers in the league. It is an open meet which means that there is no cutoff time. This meet is only open to those kids who did not qualify to swim the All-Star invitational meet. At most, a swimmer may swim 2 individual events and the IM.  There are one exceptions to the above rule.

    • If a swimmer only qualifies for one event in the All-Star Invitational meet, she/he may opt to swim in the Divisional Meet instead.  If the swimmer does opt for the Divisional Meet, she/he may not swim the event she/he was qualified for in the All-Star Invitational Meet.

     

  • Trash Information
    Trash is picked up on Mondays and Thursdays.
    Recycling is picked up on Thursdays.
    Yard Debris is picked up on Wednesdays.

    Trash Company:
    AAA Recycling and Trash Removal Services
    703-818-8222
     
    Bulk Item Collection Criteria
    The AAA Recycling criteria include items less than two cubic yards, which is approximately 4' x 4' x 4' or up to 50lbs.
     
     
  • Where can I order Closing Documents/Association legal documents?
    Please see Closing Documents
     
     
    Note: If you are obtaining the Association documents as you are moving, an inspection of your home will need to be done to ensure it is meeting community guidelines.  If any violations are found, you will need to correct them or notify the new homeowner of any outstanding violations so that there are no surprises when they move in.
  • Who is responsible for snow removal?
    The removal of snow from our streets, depends on which street you live on:
    Single Family Homes:
    • The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for snow removal on ALL of the Single Family Homes streets. VDOT can be reached at (703) 737-2000.
    Townhomes:
    • Lakes at Red Rock is responsible for snow removal in the TOWNHOUSE sections and the pool parking lot. If you have any questions regarding the streets in these areas, please contact our community manager Karen Soles at 540-751-1888 or ksoles@sentrymgt.com.
     
    Don't forget per Loudoun County ordinances, for all of our single-family homeowners, you are required to remove snow on sidewalks that are adjacent to public streets.

Financial
  • HOA Dues Payment Info
    Dues are collected by Sentry Management and can be paid by mail, online, by phone, or even in person. 
    Each year residents are mailed a coupon packet for dues but you may pay via any of the following options.  You will need your account number.
     
    Payment Options:
    Mail
    The Lakes at Red Rock Homeowners Association Inc
    PO Box 105302
    Atlanta, GA 30348-5302
    Phone Phone(888) 786-6496   (Convenience Fee may apply)
    Online
    www.sentrymgt.com  (No Convenience fee when setup through Union Bank)
    www.mysentrypay.com  (Convenience fee may apply with this link)
    In Person
    602 S King Street
    Leesburg, VA 20175
    (540) 751-1888
     
    Townhomes:  $135.00
    Single Family Homes:  $110.00
     
    Please be sure to include your address and account number on the check.
    Many banks also allow you to set up repeating payments to the address above, feel free to do so!
  • Where can I find information about LARR's finances?
    Financial information is located under "Financial" located on the HOA Governance -> Minutes | Financials | Docs.
     
    The Financial Documents include:
    • Budget
    • Tax Returns
    • Reserve Studies
    • Audit Statements
  • Where can I find my Account Number for Sentry Management?
    You can find your account number from Sentry:
    • On the coupon statements mailed to you.
    • Going to www.mysentrypay.com and then choosing "Find Me"
    • Contact the Sentry Management Office directly for help.  Visit Contact Information for info.
  • Why do the townhomes have a higher monthly assessment than the single family homes?
    The HOA is responsible for the maintenance and repair of certain items in the Townhome sections, including street lights, curb and gutters, sidewalks and the streets. The HOA must save money in replacement reserves for major repairs for such items, must pay for snow removal and also pay for the electricity, among other general maintenance activities in the townhouse sections. Conversely, the streets, sidewalks, curb and gutters in the Single Family Homes section will never be owned by the HOA; this is something that is fairly standard across all HOA's. They were turned over to VDOT by the Developer, Brookfield, when the County released the bond. VDOT is responsible for the snow removal costs and any repair costs to those particular items in the Single Family sections. Therefore, the Single Family Homes do not have these costs, and their HOA fees are lower.

Pool
  • Pool Hours
    Pool Opening:   Saturday before Memorial Day
    Pool Closing:     Sunday after Labor Day  (Dog swim in the afternoon)
     
    Hours of Operation
    Fri - Sat
    11:00 am 10:00 pm
    Sun - Thu 11:00 am 8:00 pm
    School Days
    4:00 pm
    8:00 pm
     

Website
  • LARR Mobile App from Sentry Management
    Available from Sentry Management is a Lakes at Red Rock Mobile App providing:
    • Community Alerts and Bulletins
    • Emergency Contact Numbers
    • Assessment Payment Center
    • Link to Community Sites
    • Community Convenience Tabs
    From your mobile phone, go to https://webapp.mobileappco.org/LARR
  • Registering
    Our Website has been configured such that in order to register, you have to be associated to a Property in the community.  While more than one person can be associated to a property, only one can be the primary user and once assigned, that user must create additional users for your property.
     
    Primary Users (aka Level 1 Users) can do this by going to "Your Profile" and adding a Level 2 User.