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Leaf Collection in Section 3 – Beginning November 3, 2014

Affordable Care Act - English - Spanish

2014 Tax Sale Information

Annual Holiday Gift Drive

Hospital Site Updates - updated 10/27/14

Community Blood Council of N.J. Blood Drive - November 6th

ANNOUNCEMENT: Quarantine of NBC Crew is Over

Community Emergency Response Team Information at Princeton Public Library

November 1st Electronics Collection & Document Shredding Event

2014-15 Fall / Winter Recreation Brochure 

Bear Safety

Application for Board, Commissions, and Tasks Force

Metered Parking Available on Alexander Street Across from the Princeton Station Commuter Lot Starting September 8

Rabid Bats Found on Linden Lane - posted 8/12/14

CITIZENS FINANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2014 Princeton Budget Newsletter

Town of Princeton Revised Strategic IT Plan

Landscaping Registration Ordinance Includes Innovative Provisions to Address Wage Theft

Princeton Health Department Seeks Public's Help Tracking West Nile Virus

University and Princeton Reach Agreement on Voluntary Contributions

Princeton University-Princeton Agreement

Electronic Waste Management Program

Meningococcal Disease: Frequently Asked Questions

EnergySmart Homes Campaign

2014 Recycling Dates

Princeton University Arts and Transit Project Update

Proposed Pipeline Expansion Project  

 

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You can now register online to join our award winning Curbside Organic Program. For $65.00 per year you can receive weekly collection of organic material like; meat, fish, bones, pizza boxes and left-over food; which are then turned into compost. Join today!


The Princeton Environmental Commission was established to advocate for the protection, development and use of natural resources, including water resources, located within Princeton


The Princeton Environmental Commission recommends “Leave Your Leaves”


As part of this commitment, in 2010, the PEC proposed a new leaf management approach (Leave the Leaves as described above) which we believe is both better for our community and the environment. By implementing easy and creative solutions, we can enrich our soil, prevent water pollution, and become an even greener community while also reducing expenses. For more information on why leaf management is important for our community and our environment click here.


Arts & Transit Construction Project



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