Living in Prosser
Prosser is a tranquil oasis of green with its peaceful river meandering through the velvet hills that cradle Prosser's tree-lined streets. This clean, attractive town is friendly to all and features old-fashioned light poles and cobbled sidewalks. Prosser has even been dubbed the "Birthplace of the Washington Wine Industry." Almost 300 sunny days annually lend way to a variety of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, boating and golf. Prosser is indeed a great place to visit or call home.
There are many reasons people are relocating to Prosser, Washington. But, once you're here, you'll find all the activities and services you would want in a modern community such as an athletic club, modern healthcare and senior services.
Please take a moment to look further into Prosser's history, local government, demographics, churches and schools. You will also be able to find information on our parks and arts.
If you are interested in moving to Prosser you will want some information on housing as well as visit one of our members who specialize in relocation services.