Current Events

Come celebrate


Canada's 150th birthday in Prospect Village 

Join the fun from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. on July 1st

Bike parade starting at 11 a.m. at the church hall, followed by kids’ games in the park. We will have a bouncy castle thanks to funds provided by Councillor Stephen Adams.

Hot dogs, sausages, drinks and Canada Day cake will be served in the park. We will have a donation jar by the BBQ.


Graffiti clean up on High Head

The PPRA will be cleaning up the spray paint on High Head on Thursday June 15 at 5:30 p.m..  If you are available to help with the clean up, meet at the top of Indian Point Road.  


PPRA Monthly Meeting

The PPRA executive meets monthly.  All members are welcome to attend the meetings.  The next meeting will be held on Wednesday June 21 at 7:00 p.m. at Allison Lawlor's home at 19 Kileys Lane (off the end of Prospect Bay Road at the end of the village).

A huge amount of garbage was cleaned up along the Prospect Peninsula over the weekend.
What an amazing community effort!

Department of Transportation hauled away two big loads from the top of Pinedale Drive on Monday morning. Volunteers gathered garbage from the ditches along Prospect Bay Road, up through Pinedale Park and in the areas behind the Legion, Mabel's and Andrew's truck.

Thank you again to everyone who helped in some way. We live in a beautiful community - that is now much closer to litter free!

The PPRA Executive

photos courtesy of Donalda MacDonald

Our mailing address is:
Prospect Peninsula Residents Association
1424 Prospect Bay Road
Prospect, Nova Scotia B3T 2B1

Minutes from the 2016 AGM are in the Archive section

Minutes for last meeting 2017 01 28 are in the Archive section.


The August 11, 2016 meeting minutes are now in the Archive section. 



Members of the Prospect Peninsula Residents’ Association, and a number of others in the community, including Darren Millet at New Life Community Church, have created the Route 333 Refugee Sponsorship Association, to sponsor a Syrian refugee family to come live in the Halifax area.
We need to raise a lot of money, but we’re well on our way. The PPRA has generously pledged $3,0000 and the Prospect Players has pledged $1,000.
At the Prospect Road Community Centre, we have created a “giving clothesline” to encourage everyone to give what they can. You can select the amount you wish to contribute by taking a donation card off the clothesline. (We’re hoping for an empty clothesline!)
Contributions to the sponsorship can be made online through our GoFundMe site (, or by cheque made out to the New Life Community Church in trust to the Route 333 Refugee Sponsorship Association, sent c/o Doug Pass, 1600 Prospect Bay Road, N.S., B3T 2B2. Tax receipts will be issued for individual donations over $25. Please include your name and address if you would like a receipt.
Thank you, from all of us at the Route 333 Refugee Sponsorship Association. Together we can make a world of difference for one family.
Allison Lawlor, chair of the Route 333 Refugee Sponsorship Association.
(902) 852-2927,



2015 AGM minutes now in the Meeting Minutes Archive section.



Congratulations to our U14s from the Halifax County United Soccer Club who took 4th place in Lethbridge, representing Nova Scotia at the 2014 nationals!
Callie Purdy and her family are residents of Prospect peninsula and the other girls are residents of Prospect Road communities.
Great work team!



June 2013 -  Construction is now complete rehabilitating the wharf. Funding for the work has been provided by a grant, allocated by the Prospect Road Recreational Association (PRRA), based on taxes collected by HRM for recreation; the N.S. Ministry of Citizenship, Culture & Heritage; our local city councillor - Stephen Adams; and the PPRA wharf fund.
   "The PPRA recognizes the support of the Province of Nova Scotia. We are pleased to work in partnership with the province to develop and promote our cultural resources for all Nova Scotians."