Board & Commissions
Committed to Responsible Leadership in our Town.
If you are interested in serving on a board or commission, we're looking for strong leaders. Interested residents may submit an application at any time. However, the next formal appointment process will take place in the fall of 2024.
Board and Commission Appointment Policies & Procedures
- You need to be a Prosper resident for a minimum of one year.
- You need to be willing to attend regularly scheduled meetings and participate in events as they pertain to each board/commission.
- You must be a registered voter with your current residence address submitted on the application.
How to Apply
Residents may apply online or pick up an application in person at the Town Secretary's office at Prosper Town Hall, 250 W. First Street, Third Floor. Applicants are encourage to attend at least one meeting of the board or commission of interest prior to applying.
All applications received, including those from incumbents, will be reviewed and considered for interview. Interviews are typically held in late August and early September. Appointments are made in September and effective October 1. All appointees must attend a mandatory orientation conducted by the Town Secretary and Town Attorney.
Board members who miss three (3) consecutive meetings or more than 25% of the board’s regularly scheduled meetings held during a 12-month period immediately preceding and including the absence in question, without explanation acceptable to a majority of the other members, shall forfeit his or her position on the board, commission, or committee.
Meeting and Member Information
Visit the board, commission and committee pages below for meeting information, membership rosters and meeting agendas.
The board hears and determines appeals of administrative decisions, petitions for variances, and other matters as may be required by the Town Council or by law.
The Community Engagement Committee was established by the Town Council for the purpose of enhancing the Town’s interaction with the public.
The Library Board reviews library performance and advises library staff on the development of library policy.
The Downtown Ad Hoc Committee was established by the Town Council for the purpose of implementing the Downtown Master Plan.
Visit the Economic Development Corporation website to learn about this board.
The Parks & Recreation Board encourage the development of parks and recreation programs and facilities, recommend the acquisition of additional parks, equipment and supplies, participate with Collin and Denton County to acquire grant funding, and assist in the planning process of program development goals and objectives.
The Master Parks Master Plan was established by the Town Council for the purpose of updating the Parks Master Plan.
The Planning and Zoning Commission approves or makes recommendations on various land development applications, as well as has the authority to approve site plans and subdivision plats and makes recommendations to the Town Council on zoning requests, amendments to the Zoning Ordinance and amendments to the Comprehensive Plan.
The Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Board Number 1 (TIRZ 1) facilitates the decisions concerning the area of development at the northeast corner of US 380 and Preston Road.
The Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Board Number 2 (TIRZ 2) facilitates the decisions concerning the area of development at the northwest corner of US 380 and Preston Road and Dallas North Tollway.
Public Comment Request Form
The public is invited to address a Board, Commission, or Committee on any topic; however, they are unable to take action on any topic not listed on their agenda. Please fill out a Public Comment Request Form and submit prior to 4 pm on the day of the meeting.