Fourth of July Community Celebration
Boomsday is the name given to the community celebration on the Fourth of July. It includes a parade for the youngsters and the young at heart, a community picnic with live entertainment, clowns and games for the children. The celebration is topped off with the City's Boomsday fireworks display, which is suburban Jefferson County's largest. The close proximity of the crowd to the fireworks makes the display even more spectacular!


The Mayor's Great Pun'kin' Paintin' Contest
and Costume Parade

Halloween is an especiallly fun time in the City, too. It get underway on the Sunday before Halloween at the Gazebo, in the Cowley Open Space. On October 31st, youngsters can Trick-Or-Treat the City's Police cars, which carry treats for the children.

 

MAYOR'S BEAUTIFUL DAY - Fall
Perrenials are given away to interested citizens to help beautify the residential areas of our community for the coming Spring. The annual event will be held at City Hall in October and will include a Book Sale. There is also a Spring Book Sale which is held May. Consult the City Calendar for exact day and time.

 

DERBY - Annual Running of Kentucky Derby
Derby is a special time in Prospect as spring has arrived and beautiful flowers, shrubs and flowering trees abound. Many residents welcome guests for the annual running of the world's most famous horse race, the Kentucky Derby, held on the first Saturday in May. A driving tour of Prospect's lovely residential areas at Derby time is well worthwhile. For more information about the Kentucky Derby: www.kentuckyderby.com