Planning Board of the City of Trenton will conduct a public hearing at 7:30 PM on February 23, 2017 - CITY HALL
The City is now at the final stage of developing the City’s MASTER GUIDING DOCUMENT to realize its prosperous future. Please review and comment by January 22, 2017.
THANK YOU for the thoughtful and constructive response to our call for feedback. We received 430 pages of comments from over 60 respondents which includes residents, organizations and government entities.
Help us evaluate the parking and mobility conditions affecting quality of life within the city.
Share your opinion today on the Vision and Approach Maps for Trenton250
On Thursday, December 10th @ 7:30pm the City's Issues and Opportunities Report will be presented to the Planning Board for adoption. Meeting is open to the public for comments.
Trenton has met the rigorous requirements to achieve Sustainable Jersey's Silver-level certification.
As humans, we are expected not just to have legs and feet, but to use those body parts as intended: That we should (more often than not) use them to walk as the basic means of travel.
While mixed-uses function well individually, their social benefits increase exponentially when they’re clustered together within special districts.
The City seeks to establish a community consensus on what Trenton’s issues and opportunities are. The Trenton250 Issues and Opportunities Report was designed to do just that!
What Trenton has experienced throughout its embrace of New Urbanism is the movement’s penchant for purposeful innovation to serve diverse communities.
The idea of “quality of life” (or “standard of living”) is so captivating to us, that we often pause and ask ourselves why ours seems threatened whenever we’re exposed to the phrase.
Trenton250 sits down with Vertulie Massenat, a Trenton250 Steering Committee Member, to get her feedback on her resident experience.
What are your thoughts on the City developing a strategic design plan to enhance our economy and community competitiveness?
Trenton250 meets with stakeholders throughout Trenton to get input on land use opportunities for Trenton.
Trenton250 is asking the public to rate the public spaces.
Trenton250 attends the annual Art All Night event with an interactive installment that asked the questions "What are the places, people, colors, sounds, smells and images that come to mind when you think of Trenton?"
Open House activities that you can do from the comfort of your home, a coffee shop, or maybe at work (hopefully your boss will join you).