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!


Water Shut Off Notice – June 19, 2020

Water will be shut off on Friday, June 19, from 8AM to 12PM on Yorkshire Dr, Teakwood Dr, and Driftwood Cir.

Water Safety Advisory Related to Reopening Buildings

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.





The City of Princeton offers multiple bill payment options to our customers!

Call City Hall during business hours:

Monday – Friday 7AM – 4PM


Pay by phone through the automated system, 24 hours a day.

It’s a convenient way to pay your bill on your own time.

*All you need to do is call 877-545-9757 with your account number.

Visit the City of Princeton Website to make a payment online.

Drop payments off at one of the 2 Drop Box locations:

City Hall – 123 W. Princeton Drive  Princeton,TX 75407

Lois Nelson Public Library – 323 McKinney Avenue  Princeton, TX 75407

*Please DO NOT leave cash. All Payments received after 7AM will be processed the next business day.


Temporary Change in Water Disinfectant March 2 – 30, 2020

Annual temporary change in water disinfectant begins March 2 – 30, 2020. This common system maintenance practice occurs for 28 days and is necessary to maintain the quality of your water year-round. This change does not increase the amount of chlorine in your water, and it’s safe to drink and use. Water is continuously tested by NTMWD. Learn more at


CWD Residential Service Schedule for Christmas Week

Happy Holidays from the City of Princeton and Community Waste Disposal!

Please note that Princeton customers will have their service pushed over by one day. Wednesday customers will be serviced on Thursday, December 26, Thursday customers will be serviced on Friday, December 27, Friday customers will be serviced on Saturday, December 28.


Questions? Please call CWD Customer Service at 972.392.9300, Option 2.

CWD Residential Service Schedule for Thanksgiving Week