of Prosper is
located between Coleman Street (Business 289) and Hwy. 289 (Preston Road) and to
the south of Prosper Trail (CR 48) in Prosper, Texas.
The Trails of Prosper
Home Owners Association (HOA) website is designed to inform residents about current
events and be a resource to access forms and documents that pertain to the HOA.
Please use the contacts
page and let your HOA Board and management company know if there is a concern that
you have or an item that you would like to see added to this site for future releases.
Our intent is to provide a useful tool and we encourage you to visit our site frequently
as information will be updated often. Have a comment or suggestion on how to improve
our website? Please email the email@example.com if
you have a comment or suggestion on how to improve our website.
Do you have some spring cleaning that needs to be done?
Need to de-clutter? Now is your time!
Community Yard Sale
Saturday, April 7th
7:00am to 2:00pm
The Trailblazers will take care of obtaining the Town of Prosper permit, as well
as advertising the event on Craigslist, Facebook, The Town of Prosper website and
the community entrances.
If you will RSVP for the event by March 30th thru either Facebook, Nextdoor, or
firstname.lastname@example.org, we will also put a marker at your mailbox the
morning of the sale to show you are participating.
Get to purging and pricing, folks!
Power To Choose
For official and unbiased electric choice website of the Public Utility Commission
of Texas go to www.powertochoose.org/a>.
This website is available to all electric providers to list their offers for free.
Compare offers and choose the electric plan that’s right for you.
Check out this T.O.P. story
In the wake of the tragic attack on Dallas Officers (DPD & DART) the night of July
7th, the Trails of Prosper neighbors responded with a show of support for all of
our police officers and first responders.
The youngest members of our neighborhood showed us all how GREAT BIG hearts reside
in little bodies. Both a Lemonade Stand and a Car Wash popped up in our neighborhood,
ran by children who had quickly organized these fund raisers to benefit the families
of the Dallas Officers. These young people wanted to help any way they could and
are certainly an inspiration to us all.
Additionally, resident volunteers formed a “Blue Ribbon Team”, complete with more
young children with hearts of gold, to tie blue ribbons of support on trees throughout
the neighborhood. A notice was sent to individual homeowners explaining the effort
and that if they would like to participate, simply reply with their address and
ribbons would be placed on their trees. The response was incredible and the streets
of our small community have been lined with blue ribbons.
How wonderful it is to be surrounded by such compassionate and caring individuals
in the Trails of Prosper neighborhood. What a truly T.O.P. notch group of people!