As you are aware, the cost of your sewer bill has gone up. Several of you have inquired as to why. The borough is sorry for the increase, but it is out of our control. DCNR- Bureau of State Parks treats the Borough sewage, bills the Borough for that service and controls cost. DCNR has increased the cost that it charges the Borough. We were forced to pass that increased cost on. We encourage you to call and voice your concerns to DCNR by calling 717-787-6640.
Sewage billing to Borough Office starts with January 2018 payment. If you have NOT received your sewage coupon book, please call the Borough office.
Co-hosted by the Prospect Area Library and Prospect VFD
Bands - Tornado Ally, Bourbon & Lace, Caberet Karaoke and DJ, Hayday, Eli Lenk and more!
Family friendly, Dancing, Food, 50/50,Chinese Auction
Tickets Pre-Sale $5, $7 at the door
Children under 8 FREE
The PA Infrastructure Investment Authority board has approved a change to the Homeowner Septic Replacement Program, expanding the eligibility criteria. Do you qualify?
How to Stay Safe Walking on the Sidewalk, Path, or Road
Please inform the Borough Officers about your call so they know what is happening in the Borough. If the Borough Officers are not on duty, please leave a message at 724-865-2799.
You have questions, we have answers. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get. Some answers are posted here so everybody benefits.
Did you know that Prospect Borough now has a Facebook page? Please "Like" our page to keep up with future Borough Announcements.
Download the flyer to see the 2020 dates for Butler County Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection. The flier also mentions what items are accepted. Please feel free to call them if you have questions about the item(s) you wish to dispose of.
Prospect Borough is a small community of approximately 1200 residents located in Butler County, Pennsylvania just a few minutes from beautiful Moraine State Park. It is home to the "Big Butler Fair" which is located along State Route 422 in Prospect.
We are located only 7 miles from Interstate 79 and are within easy reach to such areas as Pittsburgh, Erie, and the PA Turnpike. The borough is located in the Slippery Rock School District, with Moraine Elementary School on our Main Street. Our local organizations include the Boy Scouts, Woman's Club, and Prospect/Portersville Rotary. We are pleased to have celebrated our 169th year. We have an annual Community Day complete with parade during Memorial Day weekend.