Communiversity is happening this Sunday, April 28 in downtown Princeton. This annual festival is a unique slice of Princeton life where students and people from the town come together to celebrate all the good things about living in the Princeton area. This year there is a focus on art, as befits an event organized by the Princeton Arts Council. Here is a list of the businesses and non-profits that had stalls there last year (this year’s list is not yet available).
Walkable Princeton does not have a booth this year, but here are our top 5 picks of non-profits working to encourage alternative transportation and green living in Princeton. Can’t wait to see everybody on Sunday!
- Princeton Joint Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Committee (PJPBAC) – PJPBAC is the primary organizing committee for bike and walking improvements in consolidated Princeton. They deserve all our support and help as they try to modernize infrastructure to make it easier to get around on foot or on a bike.
- Greater Mercer Transportation Management Authority– GMTMA supports Complete Streets, transit and alternative transportation in Mercer County.
- Sustainable Princeton– Sustainable Princeton works to reduce our impact on the natural environment.
- Princeton Community Housing– Supporting the availability of housing to all sections of the Princeton community by managing affordable units.
- Princeton Shade Tree Commission– Working to maintain beautiful trees that enhance our walking routes in the Princeton area.