FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12-19-2022
City of Princeton, Princeton Community Development Corporation, and Princeton ISD partner with Habitat for Humanity of Collin County
PRINCETON, TEXAS: The City of Princeton, Princeton Community Development Corporation (CDC), and Princeton Independent School District (PISD) have partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Collin County to construct five new homes for families in need. The Princeton Community Build project will kick off on January 14, 2023 at a Wall Raising Ceremony for the recipients of the first home.
Habitat for Humanity of Collin County welcomes the public for the Wall Raising Ceremony of the Martinez family’s future home at 310 Harrelson Drive on January 14, 2023 at 10:00 AM. Mayor Brianna Chacón will proclaim this the official start of the Princeton Community Build project.
Princeton residents, businesses, churches, and organizations are encouraged to join the Community Build. Opportunities to volunteer, build, and donate will be available throughout 2023. For more information, please contact Habitat for Humanity of Collin County at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972-542-5300. If you are interested in qualifying for and purchasing a new affordable Habitat home, please review the pre-application: Pre-Application-English Pre-Application-Spanish
About Habitat for Humanity of Collin County
Habitat for Humanity of Collin County is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles. We put God’s love into action by building homes, communities, and hope. We are dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide. We encourage positive relationships throughout the community by advocating for fair housing policies and providing training to help families improve their shelter conditions.
About Princeton Community Development Corporation
The Community Development Corporation's purpose is to promote projects to enhance the community and the citizens of Princeton. The Community Development Corporation (CDC) was incorporated on July 3, 1997. The CDC is a Texas 4B sales tax corporation that is governed by a seven-member board appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the City Council. Funding for the CDC occurs by the City transferring ¼ sales tax revenues collected by the City of Princeton. The 4B expenditures are subject to the provisions of the Development Corporation Act of 1979 and the Local Government Code, Title 12, Subtitle C1. The sales tax enables the City of Princeton to undertake quality-of-life projects and community programs.
About Princeton Independent School District
The Princeton Independent School District is a rural school system covering 60 square miles, serving not only the city of Princeton, but also the surrounding communities of Culleoka, Lowry Crossing, Branch, Climax and the west side of Lake Lavon. People here enjoy the best of both worlds: country living within an hour's drive of all the benefits of the Metroplex. A school system that believes in the traditional emphasis on the basics of math, reading and language arts, Princeton ISD also puts proper student behavior and citizenship high on the priority list.