1. Mayor Gusciora Establishes Largest Public Safety Advisory Committee in New Jersey

    Today, Mayor W. Reed Gusciora established the largest public safety advisory committee in New Jersey, empowering 11 prominent members of the community to formalize the engagement process between City departments, community stakeholders, and the... Read on...
  2. Mayor Gusciora to Make Major Public Safety Announcement with Community Leaders

  3. Tuesday, May 17, 2022 City Council Meeting

  4. Mayor Gusciora Sends Letter to Council President McBride Requesting Resumption of Budget Hearings

    Yesterday, Mayor W. Reed Gusciora sent a letter to City Council President Kathy McBride regarding her refusal to consider the administration's proposed 2022 budget. Read on...
  5. Vital Statistics - Office Closed until Monday, May 16

    The Office of Vital Statistics will reopen Monday, May 16th at 8:30AM. Appointments that were scheduled for this week will be rescheduled for next week. If you have any questions about this notice please call 609-989-3332. Read on...
  6. TPD Arrests Two Suspects Involved in April Firehouse Shooting

    Trenton Police Director Steve Wilson today announced that the Trenton Police Department (TPD), with assistance from the Mercer County Sheriff's Office Tactical Response Team, apprehended the two suspects involved in this shooting without... Read on...
  1. ALL BUDGET HEARING ARE CANCELLED

    All Budget Hearings are cancelled. Read on...
  2. Old Eagle Tavern - RFP

    The City seeks to identify Respondents with the ability and capacity to lease, design, permit and commence redevelopment of the Old Eagle Tavern. The City is seeking proposals that incorporate any available use of the site with preference toward... Additional Info...
  3. BUDGET HEARING CANCELLED

    The Budget Hearing scheduled for Monday, May 2 is cancelled. Read on...
  4. Tuesday, May 3, 2022 City Council Meeting

  5. Media Advisory: Historic Eagle Tavern Redevelopment Event

    The City is issuing an RFP (request for proposals) in hopes of reviving or finding a new use for the tavern, which was built in 1765 and served as a tavern and hotel until 1896. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 for its... Read on...
  6. Trenton Police Officer Successfully Subdues Bank Robbery Suspect

    Trenton Police Director Steve Wilson today announced that Trenton Police Officer, Ja'Neice Worley, witnessed an active bank robbery, intervened and successfully placed the suspect into custody. Read on...
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Trenton Climate Corps Is Hiring
  1. Old Eagle Tavern RFP

    Old Eagle Tavern - RFP

    The City seeks to identify Respondents with the ability and capacity to lease, design, permit and commence redevelopment of the Old Eagle Tavern. The City is seeking proposals that incorporate any available use of the site with preference toward... Additional Info...
  2. First Neighborhood Health Clinic

    City of Trenton Launches its First Neighborhood Health Clinic

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today announced that the City of Trenton has opened its first neighborhood health clinic to provide vaccines, check-ups, and other critical health services at 828 N. Olden Ave Suite 2 in Trenton. Read on...
  1. TWW Lead Line Service Replacement Program

    Trenton Water Works Removes 25 Percent of Lead Pipes throughout its Service Area

    Trenton Water Works (TWW), the 200-year-old public water system operated by the City of Trenton, has removed 25 percent of lead services (lead pipes) from its water-distribution system, including at private homes, Mayor W. Reed Gusciora announced today. Read on...
  2. Put the Guns Down

    Gusciora: Videos of Mothers of Gun Violence Victims Deliver Powerful Message to “Put the Guns Down!”

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today announced the release of two powerful videos recorded during a prayer vigil on the front steps of City Hall on Oct 30, 2021, featuring local pastors, mothers of gun violence victims, and the Mom's Demand Action organization. Read on...