The City of Princeton adopted its first 20 year Comprehensive Plan in 2002. The Comprehensive Plan is the City’s official guide of how we want to grow and develop. The plan guides where and how development occurs in the city of Princeton. The plan also guides how the City of Princeton and Collin County provides public facilities and services to support future growth.
The city of Princeton has kicked off the 2018 update to the comprehensive plan, The Path to Progress that will include a focused look at the anticipated future growth of neighborhoods, businesses, and public amenities. Kimley-Horne has partnered with the City of Princeton to explore reporting trends in the areas of Land Use, Housing, Economic Development, Water and Wastewater, Public Safety, Solid Waste, and Capital Improvements.
GET INVOLVED – STAY UPDATED
Public input is very important in the planning process of the Comprehensive Plan. The city will be providing many opportunities for individuals to get involved and stay up to date on planning process.
The first community charrette is scheduled for Saturday, February 10, 2018 8:30 am -1:30 pm
RSVP here: Community Charrette – Sat. 2/10