Town Council Set to Again Oppose Bypass Incursion

A meeting that the Texas Department of Transportation is calling a MAPO, or meeting for affected property owners, has been scheduled for Thursday, March 28 in Prosper to share the latest iteration of the Hwy 380 bypass and gather reaction from residents. The two-hour meeting starts at 6:00pm at Lorene Rogers Middle School, 1001 Coit
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North Texas Municipal Water District Conducts Annual Procedure The maintenance includes a temporary change in the way water is disinfected. Disinfection keeps drinking water free of harmful microorganisms, such as parasites and viruses. Normally, two chemicals are used in the disinfection process, chlorine and ammonia. During the month-long change, the water supplier uses only free
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Prosper’s annual community-wide push toward improving the health and wellness of residents is returning to a self-paced challenge that recognizes those who reach 100 miles in about 100 days. The 2019 Prosper 100 Mile Challenge is a return to a fitness regime that was last held four years ago and was deferred while Prosper residents
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Old carts will be picked up on week of January 21!! Residents will see trash and recycling collection trucks more often in Town as the new solid waste contract with CWD begins on Monday, January 28, converting the Town from twice-a-week collection to a five-day-a-week collection schedule. In addition to the weekly schedule change, which
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Prosper Fire Rescue is proud to welcome Division Chief Bill Bonny! Chief Bonny comes to the department with 24 years of fire service experience. After retiring from Addison Fire Department, Chief Bonny worked with CareFlite as the Sr. Director of Operations and more recently was the EMS Specialist with Texas Health Resources. His primary duties
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Prosper residents who want a keener insight into the workings of a modern, operationally-effective, dynamic police force should consider applying for the next class of the Prosper Citizens Police Academy. “We are currently accepting applications for the next CPA class, which will be our eighth class,” says Officer Erin Hubbard, CPA coordinator. “The CPA, led
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Yard Waste and In-Town Bulk Collection Point Added Several important changes are in store after the Town implements a new solid waste and recycling collection contract this month, including a five-day-a-week pickup schedule, separate service for organic yard waste, and a convenient in-town drop off collection point for bulk waste. “The changes, which were part
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Happy New Year! Lena and I wish everyone a safe and happy 2019 and beyond. We feel extremely blessed to be part of this community, raising our boys, and enjoying the warmth of so many friends. Prosper had a momentous 2018 with so many grand openings, groundbreakings, ribbon-cuttings, and project completions that some people might
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Cherished custom to include new tree, singing and Christmas story Of all the many enduring traditions that help Prosper keep that unique small-town character, perhaps none is as dear to residents as the official Town Tree Lighting downtown by the Mayor. This year’s celebration, set for Town Hall, will take place on Monday, December 3
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Evidence of significant growth is apparent in most areas within the Town of Prosper, soon to include the pending addition of about 100 feet of vertical firefighting capability. At the October 9 Town Council meeting, the community’s governing body approved the purchase of a new ladder truck for the Fire Department, boosting the department’s firefighting
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