1. Without a City Budget, Mayor Forced to Pay Bills by Executive Order

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora issued an executive order tonight making emergency appropriations to avoid a government shutdown in the Capital City heading into the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Read on...
  2. Trenton Fire and Emergency Services Becomes Autism Certified to Better Assist Community

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today announced that Trenton Fire and Emergency Services has earned the Certified Autism Center™ (CAC) designation granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) to enhance... Read on...
  3. ABC License Announcement as of 06.29.22

    ANY ESTABLISHMENTS NOT LISTED ABOVE SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE IMMEDIATELY TO DETERMINE WHAT IS NEEDED TO BRING THEIR LICENSE CURRENT AND ELIGIBLE FOR THE ONE-MONTH EXTENSION GRANTED BY NJABC. Additional Info...
  4. Emergency Rescue Mortgage Assistance Program (ERMA)

    Homeowners, are you experiencing a financial hardship associated with the coronavirus pandemic that is causing a delinquency with your mortgage, utilities, a foreclosure and/or other housing related expenses? Help is available! Read on...
  5. DCA Opening Waiting List on July 11th For State Rental Assistance Program (SRAP)

    The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Opens Waiting List on July 11, 2022, for the State Rental Assistance Program (SRAP). Read on...
  6. ABC Board Meeting

  1. Board of Health Cancellation Notice

    We regret to advise that tonight's Board of Health Meeting has been cancelled due to the unavailability of the Director of Health and Human Services. The meeting will be rescheduled. Read on...
  2. Mayor Gusciora Addresses City Council's Negligent Actions

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora today excoriated the City Council majority members, led by Council President Kathy McBride, for neglecting its responsibilities and creating dangerous conditions for residents and business owners in the City. Read on...
  3. Trenton Council Forcing City Bars to 'Go Dry' by Fourth of July

    Mayor W. Reed Gusciora forewarned "dire consequences" for liquor establishments throughout the City due to City Council inaction regarding renewal of retail alcohol licenses, or ABC licenses, set to expire midnight June 30, 2022. Read on...
  4. Thursday, June 16, 2022 CIty Council Meeting

  5. Tuesday, June 14 City Council Meeting

  6. Landmarks Meeting Postponed

    Landmarks Meeting Postponed Read on...
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  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...