M A Y O R

John E. Evans
Mayor

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C O U N C I L
Sandra Leonard
Council Member
Stuart Miles
Council Member
Bill Brab
Council Member
Sandy Tucci
Council Member
Frank Fulcher
Council Member
Rob Bowling
Council Member
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CITY STAFF
Ann Simms
City Administrator
Holly LeVold
City Clerk
Ron Cundiff,
Director of Maintenance
& Technology
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POLICE
Jeff Sherrard
Chief of Police
 
Jill Vidito
Administrative Asst.
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ADDRESS & PHONE

City Hall
9200 U.S. Highway 42
Prospect, Kentucky 40059
228-1121

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LINKS
Links to Important Information!
 
 
 
City Prospective
The City of Prospect is located in the beautiful rolling hills in far eastern Jefferson County and far western Oldham County. It is one of the few cities in Kentucky that crosses county lines. The city is comprised of spacious residential homes, luxury condominiums and apartment complexes, and a number of businesses conveniently located in a centralized shopping village.

Prospect grew more, percentage wise, than any other city of any significant size in Jefferson County, Kentucky during the 1990s. According to the latest census figures, Prospect has the highest per capita income in the Commonwealth.

Prospect has hosted more Homearamas than any other place in Jefferson County. Homearama is a showcase for new and innovative home building sposored by the Louisville Association of Homebuilders.

Prospect is listed as a Third Class city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky's city designation system. This means it has the right to have its own police department, its own city services and has the final say-so on zoning issues.
 
City FIRST!!
The City of Prospect is proud to be one of the first cities to offer its residents complete transcripts of City Council Meetings. Each transcript can be downloaded from this website and each transcript is indexed to allow you to find just about anything that was referenced in the meeting!

CLICK HERE NOW!!
 

Copyright, 2004, City of Prospect

 
 
Welcome...we're glad you're here!

Many cities have their own websites as a service to their communities and visitors who come there, but Prospect was one of the first in the United States to do so.

We hope that the information provided here will assist, inform and entertain all of the citizens of our fine community including those who live in other areas.

This site is dedicated to the people of Prospect who share a vision of our future unmarred by overdevelopment and in harmony with nature.