The City of Princeton sincerely thanks all of the volunteers who took part in this clean-up. Not only did residents show up to help, but volunteers came from far and wide.
COVID-19 update in relation to the City of Princeton: We are asking all residents to avoid City offices such as City Hall and Public Works if at all possible. We will be open to answer phone calls and emails. The payment drop box is located outside of City Hall if you need to drop off a utility payment or any other documents. If you need to come into City Hall, please take precautions. If you are sick with a fever, cough, or any other relatable symptoms, we ask that you please do not visit City Hall at this time. We want everyone to stay healthy and safe! Thank you and we appreciate your cooperation during this time!
If your financial situation has been negatively impacted as a result of COVID-19, we will work with you. Just contact City Hall if you need to speak with mayor Kernan, please leave a message with the Clerk and I will promptly return your call. To those of you making payments, we ask that you try to use the drop box as much as possible do to limit contact with office personnel. Take care and please remember to PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING!