1. Trees

    City of Trenton and New Jersey Conservation Foundation Win $1.3 million NJDEP Grant

    The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has awarded the New Jersey Conservation Foundation with $1.3 million for their Throwin’ Shade: Greening the Capital City grant application, which will plant 1,000 trees throughout Trenton’s streets. Read on...
  2. ANCHOR Tax Relief Graphic NJ Department of Treasury

    Anchor Program

    This program provides property tax relief to New Jersey residents who owned or rented their principal residence (main home) on October 1, 2019, and met the income limits. Read on...
  3. TAS

    Trenton Requests Public Assistance in Adopting or Fostering Animals at Trenton Animal Shelter

    The City of Trenton is requesting the public’s assistance in adopting dogs and cats located at the Trenton Animal Shelter (72 Escher St, Trenton, NJ 08609). Read on...
  4. Government Reaches Quorum

    Mayor Reed Gusciora and Four Trenton Councilmembers Are Sworn In

    Today, Mayor W. Reed Gusciora was sworn in for his second term as Mayor of Trenton. Additionally, four Trenton City Councilmembers, Jennifer Williams (North Ward), Teska Frisby (West Ward), Joe Harrison (East Ward), and Jenna Figueroa Kettenberg... Read on...
  1. Drug Drop Off Box

    Prescription Drug Drop-Off

    The City of Trenton maintains a box for dropping off prescription drugs that are expired or no longer needed at the Trenton Police Station, 225 N Clinton Ave #1, Trenton, NJ 08609. This box is available 24/7, and residents are encouraged to use it... Read on...
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    Federal Funds in Check, Gusciora Opens 'Chess in the Park' Program

    Mayor Reed Gusciora unveiled the first of 16 chess tables being installed at City parks, as a part of the Department of Parks and Recreation's 'Chess in the Park' initiative. Gusciora kicked off the activities with kids from the recreation program... Read on...
  3. Trenton-Based Scientists Tackle Testing at TWW&#39s Century-old Reservoir

    Trenton-Based Scientists Tackle Testing at TWW's Century-old Reservoir

    After relocating their headquarters to the Capital City, Trenton Water Works is working with Princeton Hydro to conduct enhanced water-quality monitoring at the 123-year-old Pennington Avenue Reservoir. Read on...
  4. DSC_4316

    Trenton’s Downtown to Get $500,000 Makeover

    Streetscape upgrades for South Warren district to kickoff UEZ programming Read on...
  1. Mayor W. Reed Gusciora Congratulates Trenton City Council’s Historic Win

    Today, Mayor Reed Gusciora congratulated Jasi Edwards, Crystal Feliciano, and Yazminelly Gonzalez on winning the three At-large seats on the Trenton City Council in a decisive victory; the New Jersey Globe and the Trentonian have called the Trenton... Read on...
  2. QR Code for Tonight's Election Results

    Please view the attached QR code for tonight’s election results. The results should be viewable in live time and we will have them posted by IT on a screen in the City Hall Atrium. They are viewable from any smartphone device. Read on...
  3. Mayor Reed Gusciora Announces Willard Stanback as Acting Director of Housing and Economic..

    Mayor Reed Gusciora today announced Willard Stanback as the Acting Director of the Department of Housing and Economic Development (HED) and Sean Semple as the Acting Director of Trenton Water Works (TWW). Read on...
  4. Trenton Green Team to Hold Meeting Before Major Restructuring

    On January 25, 2023 at 6 P.M., the Trenton Green Team will be hosting a virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams to begin a major restructuring of the group. The goal of this restructuring is to make the Green Team a much more resident- and community-driven... Read on...
  5. Mayor and Trenton City Council Save Taxpayers an Annual $4.3 million

    Yesterday, the Trenton City Council voted to switch from the New Jersey State Health Benefits Program, controlled by the State Health Benefits Commission, to Aetna. At minimum, this move will save Trenton taxpayers an annual $4.3 million with no loss... Read on...
  6. Marine Terminal - Public Feedback

  7. Docket and Agenda - City Council Meeting - 1/19

  8. COVID-19 Testing & Vaccine

    The City of Trenton Health Department is hosting a COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Clinic this coming Friday, January 20 in the City Hall Atrium. The hours are from 11AM to 3PM. Bring your vaccination card if you’ve received a shot previously. Read on...
  9. Docket and Agenda - City Council Meeting - 1/17

  10. Anchor Program

    This program provides property tax relief to New Jersey residents who owned or rented their principal residence (main home) on October 1, 2019, and met the income limits. Read on...
  1. Mayor Reed Gusciora Meets with County Executive Brian Hughes

    At the start of Mayor of Trenton Reed Gusciora’s second term, he met with County Executive Brian Hughes to discuss critical areas for collaboration during the next four years. Read on...
  2. Mayor Gusciora and Trenton Police Department Announce 45% Year-to-Date Decrease in Homicide Rate

    According to Trenton Police Department (TPD) preliminary statistics, the City of Trenton achieved a 45% reduction in the number of homicides during the 2022 calendar year. Read on...
  3. City of Trenton Sponsors Three Kings Day Event

    The City of Trenton sponsored its annual Three Kings Day event on the front steps of City Hall along East State Street; toys were distributed to children and parents as they traveled back home from school. Read on...
  4. Thursday, January 5 City Council Meeting

  5. City Administration Strategically Restructures Departmental Leadership

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora reaffirmed his commitment to moving the City forward in his second term. Some new Directors will be coming to City Hall to offer new perspectives in management and vision for the Departments. Read on...
  6. Tuesday, January 3, 2023 City Council Meeting

  7. Trenton City Council to Hold In-Person Meetings On January 3rd and 5th

    The Trenton City Council will be meeting on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, at 5:30 p.m. This meeting will be an organizational meeting; at the meeting, a temporary presiding officer of the Trenton City Council will be selected. Additionally, Trenton City... Read on...
  8. 2022 Trenton Run-Off Official Results - Certification

    Today, the Trenton City Clerk, Brandon Garcia, certified the results of the December 13th election, which resulted in the election of two new Trenton City Councilmembers: Jennifer Williams (North Ward) and Jenna Figueroa Kettenberg (South Ward). Read on...
  9. City of Trenton Hosts the Annual Assunpink Firewalk

    On December 31, 2022, at 4 p.m., the City of Trenton will be sponsoring the Assunpink Firewalk on the Historic Iron Bridge at Mill Hill Park (corner of Broad & Front Street). Read on...
  10. Important Information About Your Drinking Water

    (Read the Public Notice) Información importante sobre su agua potable (Lea el aviso público) Read on...
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