The Trails 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.
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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!
Welcome to the Trails of Prosper!