Public Meeting – Downtown Princeton Vision Project Open House

Please join us for an open house of the proposed downtown vision project.

Residents and Business Owners in the Downtown Princeton Area are encouraged

to come out to share your thoughts on desired improvements to the Downtown Princeton Area.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2018 6 – 8 PM 

(Location: Christ United Methodist Church Princeton, 310 N Main St, Princeton, TX 75407



Public Meeting – Downtown Princeton Vision Project Open House

You’re invited! A community open house is scheduled for September 11, 2018 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Jordan’s Bar-B-Que (322 N. Main Street, Princeton, Texas).  You are invited to share your ideas for what improvements you would like to see occur in the Downtown area.  There will be no formal presentation and you are invited to come and go at any point during the open house period.  For more information on the Downtown Vision Project visit the City webpage.

This is a Public Meeting hosted by the City of Princeton.

Jordan’s Bar-B-Que is offering a Special Dinner for this event.  Sandwich, side, and drink for only $7.99

Comprehensive Plan Survey Results are In!

Take the City’s Comprehensive Plan Survey

Princeton Open House



The next opportunity for public input on the draft Princeton Comprehensive Plan Update will be at an open house scheduled for Saturday, June 9, 9:30 am-2:00 pm at Smith Elementary School. The draft Future Land Use Plan will be on display for review and comment, which has been developed based on input received at the Community Charrette in February, as well as direction provided by the Advisory Committee, City Council, and Planning and Zoning Commission.

In addition, draft recommendations for other Comprehensive Plan components will also be presented for public comment. These include the plan’s Vision Statement, Guiding Principles, recommended updates to the Thoroughfare Plan, multimodal transportation strategies, and economic development analysis. The City welcomes all residents, business owners and other interested individuals to attend this Open House to be part of the planning process and provide input on the citywide vision, goals and strategies for the future of Princeton.


TXDOT Public Meeting Thursday, May 31, 2018


Public Meeting – US 380 from FM 1827 to CR 985 in Collin County



Princeton High School Cafeteria
1000 E. Princeton Dr.
Princeton, TX 75407 (Map)


Thursday, May 31, 2018
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.


The purpose of the meeting is to present the planned improvements and solicit public comments on the proposed roadway improvements to US 380 from FM 1827 to CR 985 in Collin County, Texas. The meeting will be an open house format with no formal presentation so the public may come and go at their convenience, and staff will be available to answer questions.

For more information, including downloadable documents, visit TXDOT’s website

NEW! Hike & Bike Trails

The Community Park Hike & Bike Trail is a cooperation project between the City of Princeton and Collin County. The project will consist of approximately 1 mile of concrete paved trails winding through the J.M. Caldwell Sr. Community Park at 500 W. College Street, Princeton, TX.  Opening this month, the Community Park Hike & Bike Trail is the first trail to go in as part of the future City parks improvements.  When completed, the Community Park’s trails system will link Princeton neighborhood communities and provide connections to new key City destinations.

By providing access to Downtown Princeton, parks, schools, neighborhoods and other key City destinations, the trail system will establish a network of connections. The system will enable resident outdoor enthusiasts to appreciate all that Princeton and Collin County has to offer.


Joint City Council/ P&Z Work Session

The City of Princeton City Council will host a Joint Work Session with the Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday, March 12.

Meeting starts at 5:30 PM in the Council Chambers at City Hall – 123 West Princeton Drive.

TXDOT conducting a Feasibility Study in Princeton this spring

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is currently conducting a Feasibility Study analyzing potential roadway alternatives, including the existing alignment and new alignments, for US 380 through Collin County. A series of public meetings will be held this spring and you will have the opportunity to submit comments.

Your input is an important part of the study and in shaping the future of US 380 and Collin County.  Visit to find out more about the study and sign up to receive study updates and meeting notices.