Early Voting and Election Day Polling Locations

Early Voting and Election Day Polling Locations

Click the attachments below to view the Early Voting and Election Day polling locations approved in Commissioners’ Court.

The lists of Polling Places are posted on the Collin County Elections Department, Election Information web page, and each City of Princeton’s website.  If for any reason a polling place should change, updates will be made to the websites immediately.

Exhibit A Early Voting Polling Places and Calendar Final

Notice of Joint Special Elections November 2020

Exhibit B Election Day Vote Centers Final

COLLIN CARES Emergency Housing and Assistance | Apply today for assistance!

Apply today for assistance!

The Collin CARES Program provides housing and living assistance (utilities and groceries) for families and individuals impacted by COVID-19.

Details and application at www.collincountytx.gov/cares.This program and other Collin CARES initiatives (including free COVID-19 testing for uninsured individuals) can be found at https://www.collincountytx.gov/cares

Download 2020 07 29 Collin CARES EHLA FAQs


Trash Off – September 26, 2020


We will provide curbside service to pick up your bulk trash beginning on Tuesday, September 22nd.
Please contact Development to make arrangements or for more information at:
972-734-2416 Ext. 311 or email [email protected]

COLLIN CARES – Small Business Grant Program


Commissioners Court approves launch of small business grant program

(Princeton, Texas) – Collin County Commissioners Court today approved the launch of the Collin CARES Small Business Grant Program that provides up to $25,000 for eligible companies where gross revenue losses were more than 15 percent, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Collin CARES Small Business Grant Flyer 2020 08 26 – English and Spanish

Businesses with less than $5 million in gross revenues and fewer than 100 full-time employees are eligible, and must have operated continuously within Collin County for 6 months prior to March 1, 2020. Business owners can apply for up to three (3) business locations having common ownership within Collin County.

Commissioners Court voted unanimously Monday afternoon to set aside $15 million in U.S. CARES Act funding for the grants in addition to the $30 million earmarked for Housing assistance and $5 million for local food pantries.

The program will accept online applications (www.collincountytx.gov) from Sept. 4 through 25, 2020, and allows for eligible businesses to receive from $5,000 to $25,000, provided the businesses can document actual incurred costs. The grants are taxable, and the program excludes those businesses within the City of Dallas.

Eligible expenses include:

  • Payroll
  • Fixed overhead costs – such as rent
  • Utilities
  • Contract Labor
  • Supplier/material payments, and
  • COVID-19 related business improvements, such as Personal Protective Equipment, sanitation supplies and equipment.


Details on qualifying for the grants will be posted on the Collin CARES pages at www.collincountytx.gov.



September Bulk Trash Pickup Schedule

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