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Legacy Benches in Riverside-Riebe Park

The City of Princeton Park and Recreation Board is currently providing the opportunity for families and businesses to honor or sponsor a bench in Riverside-Riebe Park.  Benches can be engraved with a family name, in honor of a, employee of loved one, a company sponsor or a slogan.
Please contact City Hall at 763-389-2040 or email Stephanie Hillesheim at $1,000 donations are required to pay for the bench and the cement pad for installation. 

COVID-19  Updates

As of July 25, 2020, per the Governor's Executive Order, people in Minnesota will be required to wear a face covering in all indoor businesses and public indoor spaces, unless you are alone.

It's not too late to be counted!

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The Riverside-Riebe Park Project is under way.

Thanks to donations from the MN DNR, USDP, Federated Co-ops, CoBank, East Central Energy, SMMPA and the generous donations of community members, the City of Princeton is in the midst of renovating the Riverside-Riebe Park located on the convergence of the two branches of the Rum River. Stay Tuned for project updates. 

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The Splash Park is closed for the season. We look forward to seeing you all again in 2021.

Due to social distancing guidelines the City of Princeton Park Board has decided to keep the Splash Park closed for the 2020 Summer season.