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Harrods Creek Park will have limited access this Sunday, November 18th between the hours of 7am and 2pm to accommodate the 2nd annual HCP Trail Bash. Spectators are welcome but there will be no access to the parking area at the bottom of the hill.
Here is the 2018 Prospect Election Flyer with the candidate information for both the Mayoral and Council races.
The launch at Harrods Creek Park will be closed next week beginning Monday Oct. 15th for some improvements and repairs. We expect it to remain closed for at least a week.
City Hall will be closed Monday, September 3 in observance of Labor Day. Labor Day is also a Rumpke holiday, so trash, recycling, and yard waste collection will be on a one-day delay all next week.
Due to the small size of our parking area and multiple
complaints, trailer parking will no longer be allowed in the lot at Harrods Creek Park. You can go down and unload, but you will have to park on Montero Dr. Due to City ordinance trailers MUST REMAIN ATTACHED TO VEHICLE WHEN PARKED ON THE STREET. Also I have been notified that people are parking in the grass and where ever else they can fit in. Citations for illegal parking WILL be issued. We realize it is an inconvenience, but we are a new and growing facility and must protect what we are trying to create. Everyone’s cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Director of Public Works
City of Prospect
The wild flower walk scheduled for this weekend April 7th has been cancelled with no rain date. The walk scheduled for April 21st is still planned weather permitting.