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Yes. Section 46, Article II of the City of Princeton Code of Ordinances establishes a curfew for any person under the age of 17. Curfew hours are:
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The Municipal Court, located inside of the Princeton Municipal Center will handle any type of process relating to citations issued by the Princeton Police Department. You may contact them by calling 972-736-2416 during normal business hours. The Princeton Municipal Center address is:
2000 E Princeton DrivePrinceton, Texas 75407
Monday through Friday7 am to 4 pm
If there is an emergency, call 911. For non-emergency service, please call the Princeton Police Department at 972-736-3901.
Please contact the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) for information on driver’s licenses or identification card issuances or renewals.
Visit the DPS website.
Municipal Code, Chapter 6 details the City policy for Alarm Permits. Both residential alarms and businesses with alarms are required to have a permit through the City of Princeton. Applications may be picked up at City Hall during normal business hours or follow this link to download the form.
Download the Alarm Permit Application (PDF) or pick up an application in Princeton City Hall at:
2000 E. Princeton DrivePrinceton, TX 75407