Prosper has an excellent reputation as a place to live and work and was ranked as DFW's 5th ranked suburb to live by D Magazine. The town has excellent schools, low crime, and affordable housing providing a wonderful environment to live and raise a family.
Access to DFW's cultural, arts, and sports and entertainment venues.
High-paying jobs with affordable cost of living.
Ample work opportunities.
Mild winters and lots of sunshine allow you to spend ample leisure time doing what you enjoy.
Compared with other Metro areas in the U.S. living in North Texas helps your money go further. With a relatively low cost of living, high median income, and affordable housing, you can enjoy a lifestyle that would be all but impossible on the West or East coast.
Parks and Recreation
The Town of Prosper Parks & Recreation Division strives to provide active and passive recreational opportunities for all citizens of Prosper in an accessible and safe environment, while promoting the preservation of the Town's natural resources.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area has a strong community for cultural arts. With multiple opportunities for everyone in the family, ranging from symphony halls to art galleries, museums to theatrical productions, the "metroplex" has it all.
Dallas-Fort Worth is home to teams from every pro sport in the nation - the Dallas Cowboys, and the Dallas Stars, one of the consistently best hockey teams in the NHL. Prefer baseball? Try the Texas Rangers, or basketball with the Dallas Mavericks. 10 minutes from Prosper you can watch FC Dallas soccer or Frisco Roughriders Baseball. Prosper's High School football team was the 2009 State Champion. The Star, Headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, is a partnership between the professional sports team, city, and school district.