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Section of 4th Street Closed on August 3rd, 2020

August 3rd, 2020 – A Section of 4th Street will be closed from Monte Carlo Blvd to Willow Ln.

New water taps will be installed.

August Bulk Trash Pickup Schedule

City of Princeton mobile app is no longer in use

The City of Princeton’s app has been sunsetted for some time now.  Plans to relaunch a new web-interface that will serve as a mobile app are underway. The old app, while still visible is not being updated.  Users are encouraged to remove the app from their devices and utilize the current City of Princeton website for updates on items of interest.

Notice of Deadline to File Application for Place on the Ballot

Notice is hereby given that applications for a place on the City of Princeton Regular Election ballot may be filed during the following time:

Start Date:  July 20, 2020        End Date: August 17, 2020

Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Physical address for filing applications in person for place on the ballot:

City of Princeton

123 W. Princeton Drive

Princeton, Texas 75407

Address to mail applications for a place on the ballot (if filing by mail)

City of Princeton

123 W. Princeton Drive

Princeton, Texas 75407

Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot

Trash Off 2020 – Tentative

Trash Off 2020 is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, September 26th.

More information will be posted.

July is Smart Irrigation Month!

North Texans are encouraged to tune up irrigation systems to avoid over watering landscapes during the hottest summer months. July is Smart Irrigation Month which is a public awareness effort to promote efficient outdoor watering at a time when people typically water lawns more frequently. The campaign highlights the need to repair broken sprinkler heads and pipes, audit outdoor use to avoid water waste, install rain sensors, and utilize technology and tools to use water efficiently.

Check out these links:

Water Efficient Irrigation

Water Efficient Irrigation Virtual Class July 9th!

 

Governor Abbott Mandates Face Masks in Public Spaces

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.

Executive Order GA 29 Relating to the use of face coverings during COVID-19 disaster

Municipal Court Postponed Until Further Notice

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

Amber Anderson
[email protected]

Deputy Court Clerk

Corina Corona
[email protected]

Warrant Officer

David Toler
[email protected]