Princeton Main Street Revitalization Fund
Over the past quarter-century, Princeton has endured many economic and demographic changes – but is now experiencing the beginnings of a renaissance, with many new residents, businesses and community events.
Currently, a community-based planning process, funded by the Richard Driehaus Foundation, is developing a renewed vision for Main Street, and a multiyear plan to improve the streetscape, public squares and historic buildings. Landmarks Illinois is coordinating the nomination of Princeton’s historic North and South Main business districts to the National Register of Historic Places, and local volunteers are researching the history and evolution of Princeton’s Main Street and its many historically-significant buildings. Other volunteers are contributing to landscape improvements, street concerts and other special events. Invest in Princeton’s future while protecting its past!
Financial donations may also be mailed or made in person at our office 241 Marquette St, LaSalle, IL 61301. If you prefer to make a financial contribution by mail, please make your check payable to SRCCF.
For more information about the Princeton Main Street Revitalization Fund, please contact (815)252-2906.
Learn more about the Main Street Revitalization effort and plans at http://www.princeton-il.com/481/Main-Street-Revitalization.