Princeton, NJ Government

Princeton, NJ Government The Municipality of Princeton was formed Jan 2013 by consolidating the former Princeton Borough and Princeton covers an area of 18.1 square miles in the heart of central New Jersey.

It is composed of the former Township of Princeton and Borough of Princeton which consolidated effective January, 2013 and is now known as Princeton. The population of Princeton is approximately 30,000. A substantial portion of the property of Princeton University lies within the borders of Princeton as does the property of the Institute for Advanced Study. Other well-known educational institution

It is composed of the former Township of Princeton and Borough of Princeton which consolidated effective January, 2013 and is now known as Princeton. The population of Princeton is approximately 30,000. A substantial portion of the property of Princeton University lies within the borders of Princeton as does the property of the Institute for Advanced Study. Other well-known educational institution

Operating as usual

12/15/2021

Today's Boost NJ! COVID-19 vaccine clinic is being held at Monument Hall, 1 Monument Dr in the main meeting room from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm. It was incorrectly advertised by the New Jersey Department of Health as being held from 9:00 am-5:00 pm.

Please do not show up until 3:00 pm. We apologize for the misinformation and hope to see you at 3pm!

Upcoming Princeton Health Department Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for ages 5+. Princeton Health Department will be hold...
12/13/2021

Upcoming Princeton Health Department Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for ages 5+.

Princeton Health Department will be holding free COVID-19 vaccine clinics for the booster and initial vaccines. This includes Pfizer, Pediatric Pfizer, Moderna, and the Johnson 7 Johnson vaccines.
Appointments are required and should be scheduled through the NJ Scheduling System, https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/finder
The clinics will be held on the following dates/times/locations:

December 15, 2021 - BOOST NJ DAY! Special popup clinic being held at Monument Hall, 1 Monument Dr from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm

January 6, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

January 20, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

January 27, 2022 - La Mexicana, 150 Witherspoon St. 5:00 pm-8:00 pm (Ages 5+)

February 3, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

February 17, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

Booster COVID-19 vaccines are currently approved for all three vaccinations (6 months+ Moderna and Pfizer & 2 months + J & J) Eligible populations are 18+
Pediatric Pfizer vaccines. Pfizer has been approved for ages 5-11.

If you have any questions about boosters or upcoming clinics please email Julie Venema, [email protected].

Upcoming Princeton Health Department Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for ages 5+.

Princeton Health Department will be holding free COVID-19 vaccine clinics for the booster and initial vaccines. This includes Pfizer, Pediatric Pfizer, Moderna, and the Johnson 7 Johnson vaccines.
Appointments are required and should be scheduled through the NJ Scheduling System, https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/finder
The clinics will be held on the following dates/times/locations:

December 15, 2021 - BOOST NJ DAY! Special popup clinic being held at Monument Hall, 1 Monument Dr from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm

January 6, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

January 20, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

January 27, 2022 - La Mexicana, 150 Witherspoon St. 5:00 pm-8:00 pm (Ages 5+)

February 3, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

February 17, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+)

Booster COVID-19 vaccines are currently approved for all three vaccinations (6 months+ Moderna and Pfizer & 2 months + J & J) Eligible populations are 18+
Pediatric Pfizer vaccines. Pfizer has been approved for ages 5-11.

If you have any questions about boosters or upcoming clinics please email Julie Venema, [email protected].

Our Princeton Fire Department is hosting a volunteer Open House for residents 16+ tonight, Dec. 7, at 7:00 p.m. Come ove...
12/07/2021

Our Princeton Fire Department is hosting a volunteer Open House for residents 16+ tonight, Dec. 7, at 7:00 p.m. Come over to the Princeton Fire Station at 363 Witherspoon Street and learn about the many volunteer opportunities that exist. No prior experience is necessary, and shifts are designed to adapt to your busy schedule with minimal disruption. Now is the perfect time to join the Princeton Fire Department, receive free training, and give back to our community in a meaningful way. Visit princetonnj.gov/joinpfd for more information. Hope to see you there!

The Princeton Fire Department is seeking candidates to join its Class of 2022 training program. Princeton residents 16 and older are invited to attend an Open House on Tuesday, December 7, at 7:00 p.m., at the Princeton Fire Department located at 363 Witherspoon Street. Learn first-hand from current volunteers and staff what it means to serve your community as a Volunteer Firefighter. No prior experience is necessary. Volunteer opportunities are designed to adapt to your busy schedule with minimal disruption. Now is the perfect time to join the Princeton Fire Department, receive free training, and be prepared to help protect your community.

Municipal offices are closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and Friday, 11/25 & 11/26.  Trash will not be collect...
11/24/2021

Municipal offices are closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and Friday, 11/25 & 11/26.
Trash will not be collected on Thursday, 11/25, it will be collected Friday.
Princeton Muni Transit bus will not run on Thursday or Friday, 11/25 & 11/26. Service will resume Monday, 11/29.

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Municipal offices are closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and Friday, 11/25 & 11/26.
Trash will not be collected on Thursday, 11/25, it will be collected Friday.
Princeton Muni Transit bus will not run on Thursday or Friday, 11/25 & 11/26. Service will resume Monday, 11/29.

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Have you seen this kitty? Missing since 11/18/21 from the Alexander Rd/ Dickinson St area.
11/22/2021

Have you seen this kitty? Missing since 11/18/21 from the Alexander Rd/ Dickinson St area.

Have you seen this kitty? Missing since 11/18/21 from the Alexander Rd/ Dickinson St area.

Municipal offices will be closed Thursday, November 11 in observance of Veteran's Day. Trash will be collected as schedu...
11/10/2021

Municipal offices will be closed Thursday, November 11 in observance of Veteran's Day. Trash will be collected as scheduled.

Municipal offices will be closed Thursday, November 11 in observance of Veteran's Day. Trash will be collected as scheduled.

COVID-19 boosters have been approved for all three COVID-19 vaccine products. Those who have had Pfizer or Moderna are e...
11/09/2021

COVID-19 boosters have been approved for all three COVID-19 vaccine products. Those who have had Pfizer or Moderna are eligible for a booster dose 6 months after their second dose and those who received Johnson & Johnson are eligible 2 months after their initial vaccination. Eligible booster populations are able to choose any of the three vaccinations for their booster vaccination as long as they have completed the initial series.
Through November the Princeton Health Department will be hosting weekly office clinics at Princeton Senior Resource Center - PSRC, 45 Stockton Street. The schedule for these clinics can be found on our website www.princetonnj.gov/covidvaxclinics

5-11 Year Old COVID-19 Vaccine Information:
The COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine is now approved for residents ages 5-11. At this time, locations offering vaccines to this age group are limited but are expected to increase quickly. The Princeton Health Department is working to expand its clinics and begin to administer the vaccine for this age group. The most up-to-date information on vaccine availability can be found on our website.

COVID-19 boosters have been approved for all three COVID-19 vaccine products. Those who have had Pfizer or Moderna are eligible for a booster dose 6 months after their second dose and those who received Johnson & Johnson are eligible 2 months after their initial vaccination. Eligible booster populations are able to choose any of the three vaccinations for their booster vaccination as long as they have completed the initial series.
Through November the Princeton Health Department will be hosting weekly office clinics at Princeton Senior Resource Center - PSRC, 45 Stockton Street. The schedule for these clinics can be found on our website www.princetonnj.gov/covidvaxclinics

5-11 Year Old COVID-19 Vaccine Information:
The COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine is now approved for residents ages 5-11. At this time, locations offering vaccines to this age group are limited but are expected to increase quickly. The Princeton Health Department is working to expand its clinics and begin to administer the vaccine for this age group. The most up-to-date information on vaccine availability can be found on our website.

Important Message to Participants of the Princeton Renewable Energy Program (PCRE)-The current term of the PCRE program ...
11/08/2021
Princeton Community Renewable Energy Program (PRCE) | Princeton, NJ

Important Message to Participants of the Princeton Renewable Energy Program (PCRE)-

The current term of the PCRE program is coming to a close. The 18-month contract with Constellation NewEnergy, Inc. (CNE) for the PCRE program, which began in June 2020, ends in December 2021 with your December meter read date. Here is some info on what to expect:
In November 2021, if you are enrolled in the program, you will receive a letter from PSE&G stating that your electricity supplier will be automatically transferred back to PSE&G effective with your December 2021 meter reading date. The transfer back to PSE&G happens automatically. There is no action you need to take.
Starting with your December 2021 meter read, the “electric power supply” line item on your PSE&G bill will revert back to the PSE&G “Basic Generation Service” supply charge as it was before June 2020, when the PCRE program began. You will not experience any change in service.

Budget Billing Customers:
If you are a budget billing customer and have an equal payment plan with CNE, there will be a final budget bill true-up on your December 2021 PSE&G bill. The final true-up will reflect the difference between what you paid to CNE under the budget plan during the contract and the value of the electricity you actually used. Customers who used less electricity than what was budgeted by CNE will have a credit on the final bill under the contract. Customers who used more electricity than what was budgeted by CNE will owe the balance on the final bill under the contract. Regardless, the total charges billed by CNE will reflect what you actually used over the contract period at the contract rate, no more and no less.
If you have any questions about your final bill under the contract, contact CNE by phone at 1-833-961-0753 or email at [email protected], or contact the Municipality’s energy consultant Gabel Associates by phone at 855-365-0770 or via email at [email protected].

What comes next:
The municipality may issue a request for proposals for a second iteration of the PCRE program in the near future. The timing depends on when electricity markets are favorable and likely to result in responses from qualified third-party electricity suppliers that offer cost savings or cost parity to PSE&G’s Basic Generation Service supply charges and the highest renewable content possible from local sources. Be sure to follow the Mayor and Council’s Newsletter & our website for updates.

Expect Solicitations from Other Energy Providers:
You will likely receive solicitation phone calls and letters directly from third-party suppliers offering green energy and different electric rates. Be aware that these solicitations are not associated with the PCRE program. Constellation NewEnergy, Inc. is the only third-party supplier associated with the PCRE program. Unfortunately, some third-party suppliers that rely on direct marketing to enroll new customers target communities with energy aggregation programs like PCRE and may use deceptive advertising.
For more information about the PCRE program visit our website www.princetonnj.gov/pcre

Browse documents that detail the Princeton Community Renewable Energy Program.

FYI-
11/06/2021

FYI-

ALERT: The water fountains at all parks are now off for the season. Winterization of the park restroom buildings will begin in the next 2 weeks. More updates to follow in the near future.

Please help out the PD.
11/03/2021

Please help out the PD.

This little guy was found on Bertrand Dr. today. He doesn't have any ID and is now at SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals...
10/28/2021

This little guy was found on Bertrand Dr. today. He doesn't have any ID and is now at SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals. Contact Princeton Animal Control if you know this cutie or the owners, 609-924-2728.

This little guy was found on Bertrand Dr. today. He doesn't have any ID and is now at SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals. Contact Princeton Animal Control if you know this cutie or the owners, 609-924-2728.

The Princeton Muni Transit Bus will not run today due to a mechanical issue. We apologize for the inconvenience and will...
10/27/2021

The Princeton Muni Transit Bus will not run today due to a mechanical issue. We apologize for the inconvenience and will post updates if it will be out of service longer than today.

The Princeton Muni Transit Bus will not run today due to a mechanical issue. We apologize for the inconvenience and will post updates if it will be out of service longer than today.

Stop by tomorrow
10/26/2021

Stop by tomorrow

Departments sponsoring the Annual Trunk or Treat tomorrow will be collecting donations for Arm In Arm food pantry!! Arm and Arm is in need of the following:
• Cereal
• 100% fruit or vegetable juice (no glass bottles, please)
• Cans of soup (low sodium, please)
• Cans of fruit (no corn syrup, please)
• Maseca Corn Flour

Please help members of the community in need by bringing a donation to the event! Look for the plastic bins with the “Arm in Arm” logo. Thank you!

Please follow Princeton NJ Police Department and sign up for Nixle alerts for updates. Text 08540 to 888777.
10/25/2021

Please follow Princeton NJ Police Department and sign up for Nixle alerts for updates. Text 08540 to 888777.

FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 8 PM EDT THIS EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON.

GOVERNOR MURPHY HAS ISSUED A STATE OF EMERGENCY BEGINNING AT 8PM TONIGHT

The Flash Flood Watch continues for portions of central New Jersey from 8 PM EDT this evening through Tuesday afternoon. Rain, heavy at times, is expected to begin late this evening and continue through much, if not all, of the day on Tuesday. Widespread rain totals of 2 to 4 inches are likely within the watch area, with locally higher amounts possible.

Flash flooding of creeks, streams, urban areas, and areas of poor drainage is possible with the heaviest rain. Please clear storm drains of any debris before the storm hits.

DO NOT DRIVE AROUND BARRICADES OR THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.

Please continue to monitor social media and Nixle Alerts for updated road closure information.

There is a flash flood watch in effect for tonight and through tomorrow. Rain will be heavy at times. Please do not driv...
10/25/2021

There is a flash flood watch in effect for tonight and through tomorrow. Rain will be heavy at times. Please do not drive through flooded roadways and follow all detours.

Good Morning Everyone! The new briefing on the coastal storm expected to bring impacts to our region starting this evening can be accessed here:https://www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf (You may need to refresh and/or clear your browser cache to see the latest version)

For the latest forecast for your location, visit www.weather.gov/phi

10/19/2021

A successful rehab of a local fox. With the help of a concerned resident, Princeton Animal Control, and the Mercer County Wildlife Center, this young male fox has recovered from a moderate case of sarcoptic mange thanks to 4 weeks of treatment at the wildlife center.

Mange is somewhat common in area foxes and treatment is possible if the animal can be captured. You can report mangey foxes to Princeton Animal Control at 609-924-2728. It is important that these animals are taken care of by a licensed rehabilitation center and we have one of the very best in Mercer County. Do not attempt to feed or medicate foxes in the field. This is not safe and could result in an overdose of the animal. Feeding any wildlife will cause that animal to become dependent on humans for food and can destroy it's natural ability to fend of itself. Foxes are becoming more and more common in Princeton and the pose very little risk to people or pets and really help with rodent populations. Admire from a distance and report any sick or injured fox to animal control.

The Human Services Department is seeking donors for its 23rd annual Holiday Gift Drive. Last year they received more tha...
10/05/2021

The Human Services Department is seeking donors for its 23rd annual Holiday Gift Drive. Last year they received more than 300 donor applications and hope to receive more this year. The applications are for children up to age twelve (12) and include 1-2 gifts they would like for the holidays that do not exceed $75.
In addition to sponsoring a child, we are asking donors to consider donating a gift card to help the parents/families of these children during these difficult times.
If you are interested in becoming a donor, please visit our website https://www.princetonnj.gov/753/Holiday-Gift-Drive and complete the online donor sign-up form by November 19, 2021.
If you have any questions please call the Human Services office, 609-688-2055.

The Human Services Department is seeking donors for its 23rd annual Holiday Gift Drive. Last year they received more than 300 donor applications and hope to receive more this year. The applications are for children up to age twelve (12) and include 1-2 gifts they would like for the holidays that do not exceed $75.
In addition to sponsoring a child, we are asking donors to consider donating a gift card to help the parents/families of these children during these difficult times.
If you are interested in becoming a donor, please visit our website https://www.princetonnj.gov/753/Holiday-Gift-Drive and complete the online donor sign-up form by November 19, 2021.
If you have any questions please call the Human Services office, 609-688-2055.

The Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking the public to be alert for deer tha...
09/23/2021

The Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking the public to be alert for deer that may be affected by Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) and to report any possible cases.
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 bite of insects called midges. They cannot be transmitted to people, and humans are not at risk by handling infected deer, being bitten by infected midges, or eating infected deer meat.
EHD outbreaks typically begin in late summer and end with the first frost. Symptoms in deer may include difficulty standing, drooling, and emitting foam from the mouth or nose. Since the disease causes fever, sick or dead deer are often seen in or near water.
In Princeton, the first suspected case of EHD was found by Animal Control on 8/30/2021 in the Oak Ridge area of town. Since then, the ACO has documented 25 deceased deer not caused by a motor vehicle collision.
Animal Control would like the public to report any sick or deceased deer through our online portal, https://bit.ly/SCF_Princeton or call 609-924-2728. The ACO is providing carcass pick up and is forwarding all information to NJ DEP.
If you have reported a carcass on your property, the ACO will respond as quickly as possible to get it removed. Animal Control works Monday-Friday from 8am to 4pm.

The Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking the public to be alert for deer that may be affected by Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) and to report any possible cases.
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 bite of insects called midges. They cannot be transmitted to people, and humans are not at risk by handling infected deer, being bitten by infected midges, or eating infected deer meat.
EHD outbreaks typically begin in late summer and end with the first frost. Symptoms in deer may include difficulty standing, drooling, and emitting foam from the mouth or nose. Since the disease causes fever, sick or dead deer are often seen in or near water.
In Princeton, the first suspected case of EHD was found by Animal Control on 8/30/2021 in the Oak Ridge area of town. Since then, the ACO has documented 25 deceased deer not caused by a motor vehicle collision.
Animal Control would like the public to report any sick or deceased deer through our online portal, https://bit.ly/SCF_Princeton or call 609-924-2728. The ACO is providing carcass pick up and is forwarding all information to NJ DEP.
If you have reported a carcass on your property, the ACO will respond as quickly as possible to get it removed. Animal Control works Monday-Friday from 8am to 4pm.

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400 Witherspoon St
Princeton, NJ
08540

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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Today's Boost NJ! COVID-19 vaccine clinic is being held at Monument Hall, 1 Monument Dr in the main meeting room from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm. It was incorrectly advertised by the New Jersey Department of Health as being held from 9:00 am-5:00 pm. Please do not show up until 3:00 pm. We apologize for the misinformation and hope to see you at 3pm!
Upcoming Princeton Health Department Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for ages 5+. Princeton Health Department will be holding free COVID-19 vaccine clinics for the booster and initial vaccines. This includes Pfizer, Pediatric Pfizer, Moderna, and the Johnson 7 Johnson vaccines. Appointments are required and should be scheduled through the NJ Scheduling System, https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/finder The clinics will be held on the following dates/times/locations: December 15, 2021 - BOOST NJ DAY! Special popup clinic being held at Monument Hall, 1 Monument Dr from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm January 6, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+) January 20, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+) January 27, 2022 - La Mexicana, 150 Witherspoon St. 5:00 pm-8:00 pm (Ages 5+) February 3, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+) February 17, 2022 - Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton St. 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Ages 5+) Booster COVID-19 vaccines are currently approved for all three vaccinations (6 months+ Moderna and Pfizer & 2 months + J & J) Eligible populations are 18+ Pediatric Pfizer vaccines. Pfizer has been approved for ages 5-11. If you have any questions about boosters or upcoming clinics please email Julie Venema, [email protected].
Our Princeton Fire Department is hosting a volunteer Open House for residents 16+ tonight, Dec. 7, at 7:00 p.m. Come over to the Princeton Fire Station at 363 Witherspoon Street and learn about the many volunteer opportunities that exist. No prior experience is necessary, and shifts are designed to adapt to your busy schedule with minimal disruption. Now is the perfect time to join the Princeton Fire Department, receive free training, and give back to our community in a meaningful way. Visit princetonnj.gov/joinpfd for more information. Hope to see you there!
Municipal offices are closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and Friday, 11/25 & 11/26. Trash will not be collected on Thursday, 11/25, it will be collected Friday. Princeton Muni Transit bus will not run on Thursday or Friday, 11/25 & 11/26. Service will resume Monday, 11/29. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
Have you seen this kitty? Missing since 11/18/21 from the Alexander Rd/ Dickinson St area.
Municipal offices will be closed Thursday, November 11 in observance of Veteran's Day. Trash will be collected as scheduled.
COVID-19 boosters have been approved for all three COVID-19 vaccine products. Those who have had Pfizer or Moderna are eligible for a booster dose 6 months after their second dose and those who received Johnson & Johnson are eligible 2 months after their initial vaccination. Eligible booster populations are able to choose any of the three vaccinations for their booster vaccination as long as they have completed the initial series. Through November the Princeton Health Department will be hosting weekly office clinics at Princeton Senior Resource Center - PSRC, 45 Stockton Street. The schedule for these clinics can be found on our website www.princetonnj.gov/covidvaxclinics 5-11 Year Old COVID-19 Vaccine Information: The COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine is now approved for residents ages 5-11. At this time, locations offering vaccines to this age group are limited but are expected to increase quickly. The Princeton Health Department is working to expand its clinics and begin to administer the vaccine for this age group. The most up-to-date information on vaccine availability can be found on our website.
Important Message to Participants of the Princeton Renewable Energy Program (PCRE)- The current term of the PCRE program is coming to a close. The 18-month contract with Constellation NewEnergy, Inc. (CNE) for the PCRE program, which began in June 2020, ends in December 2021 with your December meter read date. Here is some info on what to expect: In November 2021, if you are enrolled in the program, you will receive a letter from PSE&G stating that your electricity supplier will be automatically transferred back to PSE&G effective with your December 2021 meter reading date. The transfer back to PSE&G happens automatically. There is no action you need to take. Starting with your December 2021 meter read, the “electric power supply” line item on your PSE&G bill will revert back to the PSE&G “Basic Generation Service” supply charge as it was before June 2020, when the PCRE program began. You will not experience any change in service. Budget Billing Customers: If you are a budget billing customer and have an equal payment plan with CNE, there will be a final budget bill true-up on your December 2021 PSE&G bill. The final true-up will reflect the difference between what you paid to CNE under the budget plan during the contract and the value of the electricity you actually used. Customers who used less electricity than what was budgeted by CNE will have a credit on the final bill under the contract. Customers who used more electricity than what was budgeted by CNE will owe the balance on the final bill under the contract. Regardless, the total charges billed by CNE will reflect what you actually used over the contract period at the contract rate, no more and no less. If you have any questions about your final bill under the contract, contact CNE by phone at 1-833-961-0753 or email at [email protected], or contact the Municipality’s energy consultant Gabel Associates by phone at 855-365-0770 or via email at [email protected]. What comes next: The municipality may issue a request for proposals for a second iteration of the PCRE program in the near future. The timing depends on when electricity markets are favorable and likely to result in responses from qualified third-party electricity suppliers that offer cost savings or cost parity to PSE&G’s Basic Generation Service supply charges and the highest renewable content possible from local sources. Be sure to follow the Mayor and Council’s Newsletter & our website for updates. Expect Solicitations from Other Energy Providers: You will likely receive solicitation phone calls and letters directly from third-party suppliers offering green energy and different electric rates. Be aware that these solicitations are not associated with the PCRE program. Constellation NewEnergy, Inc. is the only third-party supplier associated with the PCRE program. Unfortunately, some third-party suppliers that rely on direct marketing to enroll new customers target communities with energy aggregation programs like PCRE and may use deceptive advertising. For more information about the PCRE program visit our website www.princetonnj.gov/pcre
FYI-
Please help out the PD.
This little guy was found on Bertrand Dr. today. He doesn't have any ID and is now at SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals. Contact Princeton Animal Control if you know this cutie or the owners, 609-924-2728.
The Princeton Muni Transit Bus will not run today due to a mechanical issue. We apologize for the inconvenience and will post updates if it will be out of service longer than today.