News Flash

Posted on: September 23, 2021

Trash missed in an area of town due to a truck breaking down

Map of area Missed collection 9-23-21

Our trash hauler, Solterra, just advised us that a section of town between Princeton-Kingston Rd (Rt 27) and Snowden Lane will not be collected today due to a truck breaking down. The hauler will collect the trash from these streets tomorrow morning.&...

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News & Updates
Posted on: September 15, 2021

Trash Collection Change for Area of Town

trash bins (JPG)

Beginning October 1, 2021 trash collection will change from Thursday to Friday for the following listed streets/areas :

Update: Forester, Prospect, & Cedar have been added to the list.

  • Abernathy Drive
  • Aiken Avenue
  • Baker Court
  • Beech Hill Circle
  • Bertrand Dri...
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News & Updates
Posted on: September 14, 2021

S.H.R.E.D.fest is Back!

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The annual S.H.R.E.D.fest will be held on Saturday, October 16 from 10 am - 2 pm at 100 Thanet Road. This event is open to Princeton residents only.  

  • Shred your personal documents
  • Household Goods and Clean Clothing will be Collected
  • Recycl...
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S.H.R.E.D.fest Flyer (PDF) News & Updates
Posted on: September 1, 2021

Emergency Rental Assistance Programs


Low-Income renters can be protected from eviction for non-payment of rent because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  To protect yourself you MUST complete a self-certification to say your income has been negatively affected by COVID. The certification ca...

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More Info... News & Updates
Posted on: September 15, 2021

Flood Damage From Hurricane Ida?

Flooded Roadway with Emergency Responders and a Boat (JPG)

Mercer County has been designated a major FEMA disaster area which enables Princeton residents to apply for assistance.  This assistance covers temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses, and other progr...

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Human Services News and Events
Posted on: September 23, 2021

Please be Alert for deer that may be affected by Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease


The Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) in the White Tailed Deer population of NJ. EHD is not a public health threat.EHD and Bluetongue are contracted from the b...

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Additional Info... Animal Control