Small-town charm

At the crossroads of rural and urban living

Comfortable homes

In spacious and beautiful neighborhoods

Acres of natural beauty

Preserved in four city parks


Prospect City Hall
9200 US Highway 42
Prospect, KY 40059

Hours of Operation
Monday: 8:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Friday: 8:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.

John Evans, Mayor of Prospect

Phone: 502-228-1121

Email the Mayor

Learn more about the Mayor

Jeff Stovall: 502-333-5656

Luke Schmidt: 502-292-2898

Frank Fulcher: 502-228-5128

Sandra Leonard: 502-228-6657

Stuart Miles: 502-777-5042

Sandra Tucci: 502-228-6200

For a list of Boards and Committees, Click here

Jeff Sherrard, Prospect Chief of Police

Phone: 502-228-1150

Holly LeVold

Phone: 502-228-1121

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City News

  • 24/08/2015in Prospect News

    Civil War Author Presentation at the Lawrence C. Falk Library

    Wednesday, September 16th at 2:30 James M Prichard of the Filson Historical Society of Louisville will be with us in the Lawrence C. Falk Library at Prospect City Hall. He will be discussing his new book EMBATTLED CAPITAL, Frankfort, Kentucky in the Civil War, and will also be signing the books. Mr. Prichard has an extensive academic background in ...
  • 21/08/2015in Prospect News

    Maintenance Position Open

    The City of Prospect is seeking applicants for a full time maintenance position. Successful applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record. Applicants must also be available for a 40 hour work week (1st shift Mon. – Fri.) and be physically fit enough for...
  • 10/07/2015in Prospect News

    2015 Fourth Of July Celebration

    Another year under the belt and another fantastic celebration! Thank You to everyone who helped make this a great day! Photos by Mike Lesch and Ron Cundiff (Click on image to enlarge)  ...

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