Michelle Day – Environmental Education Coordinator

Princeton Trash-Off is April 6th

April 6th, 7:00 AM-1:00 PM

JM Caldwell Senior Community Park/POW Camp

500 W College St.



Acceptable items:
Furniture, wood, trash, tree limbs, metals, paint, oil, mattresses, batteries, televisions, cooking oil.

Unacceptable Items:
Tires, prescriptions, computers, freezers, A/C units, Boats, cars, construction site material, oil or fuel of an unknown mixture.

Senior Citizen and Homebound Residents
We will provide curbside service to pick up your bulk trash beginning on April 1st.
Please contact the Development Department to make arrangements or for more information at:
972-734-2416 Ext. 311 or email [email protected]

For more information on the Trash Off contact Michelle Day at [email protected] or call 214-960-5665

Water-Efficient Sales Tax Holiday

You can buy certain water-efficient and water-conserving products tax free during the Water-Efficient Products Sales Tax Holiday. There is no limit on the number of qualifying items you can buy. If you are a contractor, landscaper or other service provider.

The 2018 holiday begins Saturday, May 26, and goes through Monday, May 28 (Memorial Day).

Click here for more information.

Public Works Open House – June 16th

June 16th

11:00AM-2:00 PM

255 E Monte Carlo Blvd – New Public Works Building

You can expect to get a tour of the new facility, see the fleet of trucks used by Public Works, enter a raffle for a rain barrel and moisture meters, and look at the newly planted butterfly garden.

T-Shirts: $15
Raffle: $2
All proceeds will go to a scholarship fund.

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.


Facts About Chlorine Maintenance


North Texas Municipal Water District has provided a Question and Answer format document that provides awareness and education about chlorine maintenance of City water systems.  Download the attached PDF.

Chlorine Maintenance FAQ – March 2018

Watering Regulations are About to Change!

Current Watering Regulations:

Limit landscape watering to one day per week, every 15-20 days is usually adequate.


April 1 – October 31

Watering Regulations: Water no more than twice per week, less than twice per week is usually adequate.

  • Watering is prohibited from 10AM to 6PM
  • Additional landscape watering may be provided by hand-held hose with a shutoff nozzle, dedicated irrigation drip zones, and/or soaker hose provided no runoff occurs.

If you need help setting your irrigation controller or would like more information contact:

Michelle Day at [email protected] or call 214.960.5665