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Route 206 Stony Brook Full Closure in Princeton

Princeton Council to Consider Parking Changes

Princeton Bicycle Master Plan 2017

Princeton TV Announces "The Community Partners Project"

Access Princeton has moved! We are now located in the Clerk’s office at 400 Witherspoon St. We can still be reached by calling or emailing, just our location has changed.

Ad Hoc Sidewalk Task Group: Request for Public Comment

Mayor and Council Statement on Immigration Executive Actions

DECLARACIÓN DE LA ALCALDESA LIZ LEMPERT Y DEL CONSEJO DE PRINCETON

FAQ ON PRINCETON’S THIRD ROUND AFFORDABLE HOUSING PLAN AND PROCESS

Final Nassau Streetscape Design Guidelines

Resolution Recommending Invasive Species Do Not Plant List

Volunteer Application to Boards, Commissions and Committees

Post-Election Statement from Mayor Liz Lempert and Princeton Council

Mensaje de la alcaldesa Liz Lempert y el Consejo de Princeton

The American Planning Association (APA) announced that Nassau Street in Princeton, New Jersey, has earned the “People’s Choice” designation as one of the Great Places in America in 2016.
Click HERE for Press Release.

Princeton University and Princeton Fire Department Working Together to Protect the Community

Video from the Planning Neighborhood & Zoning Initiative Meeting of September 27th

Video  September 19th Master Plan Committee Meeting – Princeton University Campus Plan

Princeton University 2026 Campus Plan

Princeton University Strategic Framework

Princeton University gives town residents, officials update on development of 2026 Campus Plan

2016 Budget Newsletter

Age Friendly Princeton

Effective July 1, 2016, the Griggs Corner parking lot located at the corner of Witherspoon and Hulfish Street will no longer be operated by the municipality of Princeton. 

Princeton Human Services and Local Groups to Educate Community on Recent ICE Operations Nationwide

Construction Department – Consumer Alert

Princeton Police  - Operation Blue Angel Emergency Access Program

Third Round Princeton Affordable Housing 11-25-15 Revised Draft

Princeton Passport Services

Hospital Transportation Information - English and Información de Transporte – Español

Proposed Solar Facility River Road Site

Tour Bus Enforcement Plan

Plastic Bag Fee – Legal Opinion

The Mayor's Task Force on Affordable Housing
Final Report - 6/17/15

Princeton Affordable Housing Spending Plan

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. http://www.princetonnj.gov/ems-phone-register.html

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.

Municipal Building Hours Monday - Friday 9am-5pm



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Tree City USA

Sustainable Jersey