Downtown Princeton, Inc. is an independent non-profit organization made up of like-minded individuals with a passion for Princeton’s historic district. DPI is dedicated to the improvement and preservation of our area by pursuing forms of economic development, mentoring and promotion of our local, small businesses and organizations, beautification and upkeep of our district and organizing events that draw in locals and tourists alike.
"There may have been a time when preservation was about saving an old building here or there, but those days are gone. Preservation is in the business of saving communities and the values they embody."
- Richard Moe, National Trust for Historic Preservation
This is Us
Director: Hannah Whitehead
Owner of Happy Image Co.
President: Tom Shearer
Owner of The Palace Cafe
Vice President: Ian Gamroth
Teacher at Gibson Southern School Corp. & Photography Assistant for Patton Photography
Treasurer: Jackie Saum
Owner of Saum Accounting
Secretary: Denise Gambrel
Team member of Geosonics of Saint Petersburg
City Representative: Mayor, Greg Wright
Legal Advisor: Kelsey Truxal
Additional Voting Board Members:
- Susan Carey
Assistant Director of Gibson County Economic Development & The Hub 127 Space Manager
- Shannon Lindsay
Executive Director of the Princeton Public Library
- Tami Hack
President / CEO of Gibson County Economic Development
- Jeff Sisson
Financial Center Manager for German American Bank of Princeton
- Steven Waites
Director of Dad's Fore Disc Golf
- Amber Alsobrooks
Programming/Marketing and Social Media Management for the Princeton Public Library
. . . & a huge thank you to our numerous community partners & volunteers!
What is Princeton, Indiana Known For?
- One of our numerous treasures is our iconic County Courthouse, sitting in the heart of our historic district. It has even been featured as a collectible figurine by the Department 56 Original Snow Village.