The Mission of the Princeton, Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce is to promote and enhance the economic vitality of our community and support our membership through educational programs, visitor information services, and community events which reflect our unique Mid-Western culture.
The City of Princeton maintains the small-town qualities of beauty, friendliness, quaint ,charm, and family orientation, while encouraging economic growth. Princeton Is located in Green Lake County, in the South Central part of the state of Wisconsin.
Princeton City Hall is located on Main street (Hwy 23/73) and is governed by a Mayor and six Council members. Located inside City Hall are the Business License, City Clerk , Fire, Planning and Water Departments.
The Police and Fire Departments have well trained staffs outfitted with some of the latest technological equipment. The Police Department is located on Hwy 23/73 on the South Eastern side of town. The Princeton volunteer Fire Department is located directly across the street from City Hall.
Nestled on the banks of the Fox River, Princeton provides a myriad of diversions for its visitors. The area is a haven for those looking to relax and unwind in a pleasant, peaceful environment.
Rich in natural resources, Princeton provides a bonanza for the outdoor enthusiast who will find Princeton and its surrounding areas abundant with natural resources, streams, and lovely landscapes. Fishing, canoeing, cycling, camping, and many other forms of outdoor recreation are readily available for the naturalist. In addition, Princeton boasts a downtown filled with eye-catching architecture and rich history. There are many delightful shops and restaurants where the visitor can wile the day away.
In addition to the weekly flea market, quaint shops with unique merchandise, comfortable restaurants with sumptuous menus, and breathtaking natural resources, we also hold several festivals
throughout the year.
“Historic Princeton is a shopper’s delight. Downtown is filled with specialty shops housed in eye-catching architecture and still more shops are found along Highway 23-73. A word to the wise: don’t forget the side streets off Water Street. Waiting to be discovered are earth-friendly housewares, Amish goods, fine art, spices, and much more. “