Prospect Volunteer Fire Dept Notice: The PFD is happy to announce a new fundraising opportunity that will help not only the department but also the residents of Prospect. We will be offering signs to be made with your street address that can be affixed to your mailbox. These signs will help solve the difficulties that emergency services encounter while responding to homes where address numbers are not clearly visible and assist us with quickly getting you the help you need. Please follow the link below to buy your sign today and you will be contacted by a PFD member with more information! Orders can be placed at: Connecticut State Council on Environmental Quality Notice: The June 4, 2024, edition of the Environmental Monitor has been published. It can be viewed at: and is available in the town clerk’s office. The Environmental Monitor provides notice of proposed state actions, including transfers of state-owned land. In it are electronic links to additional information about the projects and instructions on how to submit comments. In this edition: Bozrah, Bridgeport, Franklin, Naugatuck, New Haven, Stonington, and Waterbury.   The next edition of the Environmental Monitor will be published on June 18, 2024. Important Announcement for Our Community: Starting May 28th, 2024, We are moving to DOT GOV. To read full announcement, please visit our News and Notices page.  

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Public Safety Q & A Information Session

July 21, 2021@6:00 pm-9:00 pm

Public Safety Q & A Informational Sessions


Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 6 PM

Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at 6 PM

@ Prospect Community Center


Growing concerns for public safety in our town and many surrounding towns has been discussed for several months.  The Mayor’s Office and the Prospect Town Council would like to invite residents to one or both informational sessions to come together and discuss, educate and initiative community wide plans to help protect our town, it’s residents and visitors. 


There will be speakers invited to these sessions to help bring education and awareness to residents and to help us all understand what towns are up against with regards to State legislature. 


This meeting will have time for public comment and discussion which will be limited to 3 minutes per speaker and all dialogue is expected to be respectable and appropriate. 


This will be an in-person event but will also be available through GoToMeetings for anyone that doesn’t feel comfortable in person or cannot attend. Questions or comments can be sent ahead of time to [email protected] and will be read aloud. 


July 21, 2021
6:00 pm-9:00 pm
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