Officers:
Trent Phillips, President
Tami Muckerheide, Vice President
Peg Michas, Secretary
Paul Waters, Treasurer

Directors
Meagan Brothers
Susan Farmer
Nancy Griffin
Helen M. Hauke 
Todd Mosby
Steve Nixon
Andrea Preston
Jeff Schumacher
Bob Shaw
  
Ex-Offico:
Kelly Dillon, Past President
Mayor Brad Schmitt
Commissioner Alan Douglas
Eric Heidenreich
Karen Thompson
Dolli Neikirk, Director

Vision:  
To redevelop, reinvigorate and fully occupy the downtown business district by utilizing public-private partnerships, encouraging successful entrepreneurship and improving infrastructure, while creating an identity that reflects the historic attributes of the past resulting in a stellar future for Downtown Princeton.

Mission:
Drive economic vitality through continuous improvement to ensure a stellar future for Downtown Princeton.

About Us

WHO ARE WE?
Downtown Princeton, Inc. (DPI) is an independent, 501(c)3 non-profit organization made up of community-minded people with a passion for Princeton’s downtown area.  DPI is dedicated to the improvement and preservation of Downtown Princeton by encouraging investment, development, and support of and by the merchants and business owners that are within the square and surrounding two blocks.

WHAT IS INDIANA MAIN STREET?
Indiana Main Street encourages the revitalization and restoration of downtown areas in Indiana cities and towns. The program provides technical assistance and educational opportunities to participating communities. Indiana Main Street is the state's coordinating program to the National Main Street Center.

WHAT DO WE DO?
As a certified Indiana Main Street Organization, DPI follows the Main Street Four-Point Approach to downtown improvement:

  • Design: Focusing on enhancing the physical appearance of Downtown Princeton by encouraging rehabilitation of historic buildings as well as new construction; creating attractive public spaces; and planning for cohesive future development.
  • Economic Development: Identifying new opportunities for the city center; finding new uses for historic commercial buildings; developing programs and projects to retain existing business; and stimulate investment in Downtown Princeton.
  • Promotion: Marketing Downtown Princeton as the center of commerce, culture, and community life for residents and visitors through events, tourism, branding, and other promotional efforts.
  • Organization: Creating an inclusive, grassroots effort to develop a sustainable organization for the Downtown Princeton revitalization effort.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?
As a non-profit organization, DPI relies on sponsorships, donations, and grants to fund our our efforts to preserve and grow Downtown Princeton.  If you or your business have a love of your community, we would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about partnering with us.
DPI is always looking for individuals and businesses with a passion for Downtown Princeton who may be interested in supporting or volunteering for our committees or events. Please contact Dolli Neikirk for more information at 812-385-1922 or email director@downtownprincetonin.com.














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127 N. Hart Street
Princeton, IN 47670
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