Trenton City Council Meetings

  • In response to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, until further notice, the Trenton City Council will be conducting all previously scheduled meetings using an online platform in accordance with NJSA 10:4-6 et seq. and guidelines issued by the Division of Local Government Services.
  • The public will be able to participate, by Join Microsoft Teams Meeting  +1 609-453-2732 Conference ID: 766 739 610#
  • City Council Virtual Council Meeting Instructions
  • Members of the public are asked to MUTE their phones or microphones as to not disturb the proceedings. Members of the public will be able to comment at the specified time during the meeting.
  • Meeting documents can be found here.
  1. Acting Police Director Wilson Announces Formation of a New Daytime Task Force

    Acting Police Director Steve E. Wilson today announced the formation of a Daytime Task Force to provide additional resources to address quality of life issues throughout the City of Trenton, including aggressive panhandling, prostitution, speeding... Read on...
  2. Trenton Demolishing 20 Abandoned Structures as Part of Strategic Blight Reduction Project

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today announced that demolitions are underway at more than 20 properties on Fountain Ave, Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Wilson St, North Clinton Ave, Frazier St, and Stuyvesant Ave as part of a strategic demolition plan that seeks... Read on...
  3. Mayor Gusciora Condemns Proposed Ordinance to Move HED Redevelopment Oversight to City Council

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today issued a statement condemning proposed City Council Ordinance 21-023, which rewrites entire sections of municipal code governing the Department of Housing and Economic Development, including having the Director report only... Read on...
  4. Trenton and TerraCycle Celebrate Property Transfer for Redevelopment

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora announced today the transfer of two vacant city lots on New York Ave to TerraCycle, a global waste innovation company located in 22 countries that is looking to expand its operations in the Capital City. Read on...
  1. Evacuated Trenton Residents Get Green Light to Return Home

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today announced that residents who evacuated from the Island neighborhood over the last few days are cleared to return to their homes now that water levels have steadily decreased. Read on...
  2. Trenton Continuing Evacuation Proceedings in High-Risk Flood Zones as Water Levels Rise Again

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today encouraged remaining residents in neighborhoods with a high risk of flooding to heed City warnings and begin evacuation despite improved weather conditions over the last 24 hours. Read on...
  3. Streets in the Evacuation Zone

    We are strongly encouraging residents to voluntarily evacuate the area and seek shelter as soon as possible. As a measure of precaution, we're turning off the power grid in the area at 8:00 AM tomorrow. Our Trenton Police Command Post will be... Read on...