K9 5K

TheDSC_0243 Louisa County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) would like to invite everyone to their Annual LCSO K9 5K Run/Walk on Sat Dec 12, 2020, at 10:00 am. The course will be a rolling 5K, with a downhill finish and a really great chance to better your 5K times. Everyone from experienced runners to someone just trying to get up off the couch and walk a bit is invited to come out and support an awesome cause.

Those participating in the Run/Walk will be starting and finishing the race at the entrance to the beautiful Spring Creek Sports Center. The LCSO K9 5K is hosted by the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office and the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office Foundation to raise money for the support of community programs and the continued success of our K9 program. The beautiful venue is graciously provided by Spring Creek. Visit the LCSO K9 5K Run signup site to register for the race. We truly look forward to seeing you in Spring Creek.

Blue-Square-Registration-ButtonIf your not a runner, or can't make the race, and would like to make a donation to support all of the LCSO K9 teams and also the Community Outreach programs being offered, click the link below, and when the page loads, select the donate button on the top right of the page. Donate Button Opens in new window
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We are extremely excited about the upcoming LCSO K95K Run/Walk and hoping for nice weather. Right now, the weather for Saturday says cloudy and 59f. Still not registered, there is still time, so get your friends and family to sign up, or come as a team. 

We wanted to give everyone an update about race day and eliminate any confusion.

In lieu of the COVID19 precautions, we are going to be practicing social distancing and wearing masks, but other precautions will be in place to make sure everyone feels safe while participating in our event. To prevent standing in line at a registration table, there will be assistants handing out race packets to those arriving on race day. Inside these race packets will be your race bibs, safety pins, and other goodies for each participant. If you did not preregister, there will be a station to register.

The race bib is to be attached to the chest of each runner, visible at all times. Attached to each race bib is a chip that records your start and finish time once you cross the mat on the start/finish line. There will be a window of time to start, from 10:00 am through to 10:15 am. There are going to be two official start times at 10:00 am and 10:10 am, but if you feel uncomfortable starting with others, you can start at any time in the window. Your starting time and finish time will be recorded when you cross the red mat at the start/finish line. 

Here is the LCSO K95K Course map for anyone that wants to become familiar with the course.

K95K Course Final 2020

If you have any questions about this event or you are a local business that would like to sponsor or donate an item or service for an auction or raffle, please contact or Detective Chuck Love ( Deputy Bryan Hager ( 540-967-1234. All proceeds will benefit the LCSO K-9 Unit. As always we appreciate all the support LCSO and the LCSO K-9 Units receive from our community.

There is also a virtual race taking place from December 6-January 15, 2021 that you can participate in without even coming to an actual location. You will be able to run your race at any location, or even on your treadmill, after printing out your virtual bib and taking a picture of yourself. Just go to the registration page and pick the virtual LCSO K95K, measure out your run and print out your bib and go run. You can even run on your treadmill. Take a picture of yourself with your bib on and register your time at

Thanks for helping support the LCSO K9 Teams and for participating in our event. 

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