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It has been brought to our attention that Central Jersey has not been able to complete all of the scheduled garbage pickups that were missed on Thursday  due to the storm, because of mechanical issues with their equipment today.  Central Jersey has informed us they will have a make-up collection on Sunday March 8th starting at 9 am.  Princeton is asking those residents who were missed on Thursday to place your trash at the curb line by 8 am Sunday morning.  If possible do not place your trash containers in the roadway.  If your trash was collected on Thursday, it will not be collected again on Sunday.  This is just for those residents whose garbage was not collected on Thursday.

Public Health Advisory: Princeton University student has confirmed case of measles

Measles FAQ

Safe Routes to School Bookmark Design Contest for Grades 3-5

Hospital Site Updates - updated 3/2/15

2015 Household Hazardous Waste Collection and Electronics Recycling Events

County Clerk and Mayor Announce Passport Day in Princeton - April 16, 2015

Rabies Clinic - March 28, 2015

PSE&G Encourages Customers to Apply for Help Paying Heating Bills - English - Spanish

Press Release – Financial Literacy March 7

Corner House Spring Benefit - April 17, 2015


Notice of Availability - Affordable Housing

The Mercer County WIC Program’s Princeton Satellite Office Continues Services in 2015

2015 WIC Information -  English  Spanish

Snow Removal Public Service Announcement

Norovirus Season Begins

Witherspoon Corridor Zoning Capacity Analysis

Bear Safety

Application for Board, Commissions, and Tasks Force

Landscaping Registration Ordinance Includes Innovative Provisions to Address Wage Theft

University and Princeton Reach Agreement on Voluntary Contributions

Princeton University-Princeton Agreement

EnergySmart Homes Campaign

Princeton University Arts and Transit Project Update


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Vendor Registration

You can now register online to join our award winning Curbside Organic Program. For $65.00 per year you can receive weekly collection of organic material like; meat, fish, bones, pizza boxes and left-over food; which are then turned into compost. Join today!

The Princeton Environmental Commission was established to advocate for the protection, development and use of natural resources, including water resources, located within Princeton

The Princeton Environmental Commission recommends “Leave Your Leaves”

As part of this commitment, in 2010, the PEC proposed a new leaf management approach (Leave the Leaves as described above) which we believe is both better for our community and the environment. By implementing easy and creative solutions, we can enrich our soil, prevent water pollution, and become an even greener community while also reducing expenses. For more information on why leaf management is important for our community and our environment click here.

Arts & Transit Construction Project

Princeton is encouraging all residents to register for emergency phone notifications if you have not already done so by clicking on the following link.

Residents are able to add home phone numbers and mobile telephone numbers.

This service is used to update residents during storms and other emergencies within Princeton.

Register to receive email notices
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Sustainable Jersey