The Prosperity Hucks Area Plan was developed to provide a community-supported vision and provides detailed policy direction to shape the character and pattern of development
The Prosperity Village area is a high-growth area of the City in need of increased connectivity to regional nodes and employment centers. The Prosperity Village CNIP was unique in that is was directly following the development and adoption of the Prosperity Hucks Area Plan (2015). The area plan focuses on the activity (village) center within the CNIP boundary. The CNIP program and identified projects are funded by City bond referendums in 2014 (approved), 2016 (approved), 2018 and 2020. Projects underway include:
Craven Thomas Road / Robert Helms Road streetscape
DeArmon Road Complete Street Improvements
Prosperity Church Road Improvements (Old Ridge Road to Benfield Road)
Prosperity Church Road pedestrian crossings
The Green at Prosperity Village
Development Education Seminar
The PVAA provides a two-hour Development Education seminar upon email request from area HOAs.
There is a fee for the seminar, to purchase meeting materials. Please inquire at
Historically, Prosperity Village Area was farmland and green fields as far as you could see. Family farms anchored what was known as Mallard Creek Township or Mecklenburg Township 8. As recently as a few years back, you could ride past a sheep farm on your way to the mall or several ranches on your way to the grocery store. With the opening of the I485 off ramp, the area has transformed into a major center for growth and development. The area has gone from a quiet rural suburbia to a thriving urban community within the metropolitan area. The PVAA provides insight and guidance to developers and is inclusive of community input throughout the process.