Prosper Town Council Approves Purchase of 100-foot Ladder Truck
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
Although he’s been on the job for a short time, the new assistant chief for the Prosper Fire Department is already a part of the social network throughout the station participating in the kind of friendly banter that happens only among good friends. Coming to Prosper after 20 years with the Frisco Fire Department, his
One of the best ways to build a safer, more secure community, is to know your neighbors. Each year, millions of neighbors across the United States take part in National Night Out, a focused campaign held on the first Tuesday in October, which promotes police and community partnerships as well as neighborhood bonding in an
In a partnership between the Prosper Police and Fire departments, residents are invited to drop off their outdated, unwanted or excess prescription or over-the-counter drugs, medications and medicines during the fall version of Drug Take Back Day.
“It was a day like any other,” is the way the story often begins when people who were there recall the events of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center in New York City.
Hurricane Harvey’s news making endeavors are getting the attentions of most who pay attention to the news and weather.
It’s all smiles around the fire house now after hearing the news of a new fire chief for Prosper
Town of Prosper Press Release PROSPER (August 7, 2017) Prosper’s current Fire Chief, Ronnie Tucker, is hanging up the turnout gear for the final time this month as he closes out a 42-year career in the fire service, 25 of which were spent in Prosper. Chief Tucker is the latest in a lengthy line of