Through research, analysis, and public forums, Princeton Future works to engage citizens in listening to each other in open and honest dialogue, and, to seek practical solutions to a complex set of issues related to planning, development, sustainability and affordability. We hope to avoid the piecemeal, project-by-project approach that has lead to community frustrations, inequities and frequent dissatisfaction.
Address:13 Birdie Way
Issue Areas:affordable housing, environment, equity, food insecurity, health, history, humanities, infrastructure, poverty, senior
Typical Volunteer Opportunities:Imagining ‘What If?’ planning opportunities that might enhance the common good and the beauty of Princeton
Current Volunteer Opportunities:yes