1. Trenton Police Department Aids in Delivery of Homelessness and Addiction Services

    Police Director Steve E. Wilson today announced another successful joint operation with Recovery Advocates of America along with several recent weapon and drug enforcement actions, resulting in the seizure of two handguns, more than 5,600... Read on...
  2. 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...
  3. The Special Meeting scheduled for January 26 2022 has been canceled.

    The Special Meeting scheduled for January 26 2022 has been canceled. Read on...
  1. 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. Trenton Division of Planning Extends Land Development Ordinance Public Comment

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today announced that the Trenton Division of Planning has extended the public comment period for the City's Land Development Ordinance (LDO) to Jan. 31, 2022. Read on...
  3. Deep Freeze

    A cold front move through this evening bringing in Arctic air from central Canada. Read on...
  1. Trenton Preparing for Overnight Storm that Could Bring up to Six Inches of Snow

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today asked residents to sign up for alerts and prepare for an approaching winter storm system that could bring three to six inches of snow from Thursday evening through Friday morning. Read on...
  2. Customer Service Update - Trenton Water Works

    Due to COVID-19's impact on some of our personnel, TWW's billing and customer service department is closed until December 29. If you have a water emergency or would like to report a damaged fire hydrant, water leak, or water main break, please call... Read on...
  3. Trenton Water Works - Customer Service

    TWW's Cortland Street office is closed to the public due to COVID-19-related issues until further notice. Customer Service can be reached by telephone at (609) 989-3055, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The e-mail address for customer... Read on...
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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.

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  1. Wed, Feb 2

    Curbside Recycling Pickup All recyclables must be in official buckets and at...
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  2. Wed, Feb 16

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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  1. 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...
  2. Trenton Water Works Headquarters