Gov. Greg Abbott issued a nearly statewide mask mandate Thursday, July 2, 2020
The order requires Texans living in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth while inside a business or other building open to the public, as well as outdoor public spaces, whenever social distancing is not possible. But it provides several exceptions, including children who are younger than 10 years old, people who have a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask, people who are eating or drinking and people who are exercising outdoors.
The mask order goes into effect at 12:01 p.m. Friday.
Municipal Court is postponed until further notice.
City offices are closed to the public, however residents can still call in and speak to the court clerks regarding how to take care of citations or warrants and get any information.
To contact the municipal court, call or email:
972.736.2416, Ext. 2
Clerk of the Court
Deputy Court Clerk
Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Orders to announce the second phase of the ongoing plan to open additional businesses and activities in Texas. This announcement expands upon the businesses and activities included in the first phase of the plan to Open Texas while minimizing the spread of COVID-19. All newly opened businesses and services are subject to the recommended minimum standard health protocols outlined by DSHS.
For more information on Covid-19 related orders and declarations click here.
The City of Princeton with the support of the CDC and EDC are launching a voucher program to assist resident households and businesses in the City of Princeton. A $25 voucher is being sent to each household and will be redeemable at participating businesses located in Princeton.
We are asking all local businesses to please sign up for this great economic stimulus opportunity. Read more…
Water Safety Advisory Related to Reopening Buildings
Business owners, facility managers advised to flush building plumbing systems before reopening
As state, county and local officials begin to prepare to allow for some businesses and facilities to reopen, health officials and water experts are advising building owners and managers to take steps to ensure water safety in buildings that have been closed the past several weeks.
Stagnate water in plumbing systems could harbor bacteria or higher concentrations of some metals that could be present in building plumbing systems. Under normal occupancy and water use conditions, water flows through these plumbing systems and is kept fresh and healthy, avoiding the harmful effects of stagnant water. The fix for stagnant water in plumbing it to flush it through building pipes and replace it with fresh water from a connected public water system prior to re-opening a building or facility.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the American Water Works Association (AWWA), and Purdue University’s Center for Plumbing Safety have resources available to help building owners, facility managers and local water providers prepare for the resumption of operations.
Princeton City Hall
Princeton City Hall
123 West Princeton Drive
Princeton, TX 75407
Hours: M–F 7am to 4pm
Public Works: 972.736.2416
Police Department: 972.736.3901
Fire Department: 972.736.6668