On behalf of the City of Princeton, thank you for visiting our website.
Whether you're a resident, a visitor, or just curious, we hope that you'll take the time to explore these pages to see everything that our community has to offer.
If you can't find what you're looking for, please feel free to give us a call at (270) 365-9575, or visit us at our location at 206 East Market Street in historic downtown Princeton.
Applications are now being accepted for the position of TEMPORARY LABOR - Administrative Office Assistant. Minimum of 20 hours per week for time period April 1, 2018 - June 30, 2018. Diploma or GED required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Applications are available at City Hall, 206 E. Market St. from 8am - 4:30pm Mon. - Fri., or email resume to email@example.com .
The Princeton Tourist Welcome Center (pictured above) is available to rent for public and private events.
To download the rental agreement, please click here. Completed forms should be delivered to City Hall at 206 East Market Street.
For additional information regarding the venue, and to check date availability, contact City Hall at (270) 365-9575.
To file a code enforcement complaint online, please click here and follow the instructions provided.
Complaints may also be reported in-person at City Hall or by calling Code Enforcement Officer Richard "Dickie" Thomas at (270) 365-9575.
For more information, or to access the department's lienholder notification system, please click here.
The Princeton-Caldwell County Airport is a publicly owned facility located just 2 nautical miles NE of historic downtown Princeton, and features a 4,100 foot long asphalt runway, a 100 LL self fueling station, and a complimentary vehicle for pilots and guests to explore our community.
For additional information, please click here.
SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER
The Dr. Frank P. Giannini Senior Citizen Center is located at 200 Eagle Street, just east of downtown Princeton and adjacent to Princeton Park. The center is open Mon.- Fri. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with lunch served daily at 11:30 a.m. There is no cost to seniors (over 65) to eat at the center, although donations are accepted. The center also hosts numerous activites and programs for seniors, including Bingo.
For more information, including a calendar of events and lunch menus, please click here.
TRAIL OF TEARS
The Trail of Tears was a series of forced relocations of the Cherokee people from their ancestral homelands in the southeastern United States to new lands west of the Mississippi River. Multiple detachments followed the so-called Northern Route, which passed through Princeton.
A commemorative park (below) stands near where the Cherokee are believed to have camped during their removal, and is overseen by a local commission.
For more information, please click here.
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