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About Trenton

Trenton is New Jersey's state capital and a bustling metropolis with a rich history and a diverse population. It's home to a large number of unique neighborhoods, each with a distinct personality and culture. Visitors and locals alike enjoy Trenton's arts and culture, entertainment scene, historical sites, parks and shopping.

The History of Trenton

Trenton's storied history begins before the Revolutionary War, when locals skirmished with the advancing and oppressive British army. Within the city limits, George Washington won his first of many battles. After the United States declared its independence, Trenton became one of the nation's capitals in 1784 and the capital of New Jersey in 1790.

During the 1800s and 1900s, Trenton was an important part of the Industrial Revolution, employing thousands of immigrants and citizens from around the country. For some time, the city was one of the country's leading manufacturers, known for its ceramics, cigars, rubber and wire rope. Trenton's population peaked in the 1950s at over 128,000.

Living and Working in Trenton

Although growth has slowed recently, Trenton remains a great town for an active lifestyle and a rewarding career. If you're looking for a job in the city, Trenton has a wide array of industries, including marketing, publishing, manufacturing, health care, retail and communications. The largest employers in the city are Capital Health Systems, St. Francis Medical Center, the Hibbert Group, Wells Fargo and Hutchinson Industries.

Outside work, Trenton has plenty of activities to keep you busy. Perhaps the best-known characteristic of Trenton is its large number of museums, including the Old Barracks, the State Museum, the National Guard Militia Museum and the Trenton City Museum. Trenton also has many historic landmarks, parks and other points of interest. For the sports lover, Trenton has minor league baseball and hockey teams. Its location about halfway between Philadelphia and New York City makes accessing big-city entertainment of all sorts relatively easy.

Trenton Schools

Trenton is part of the Trenton Public Schools District. If you're looking for a parochial, charter or private school, the city boasts more than 10 top-rated private institutions.

Trenton also offers higher education, with the campuses of Thomas Edison State University and Mercer County Community College within city limits.

Resources for Moving to Trenton

As you plan your move to Trenton, the following information will be helpful:

  • Utilities: Major utilities providers in Trenton include Public Service Electric & Gas, the city utilities department and New Jersey Natural Gas.
  • Garbage and Recycling: The city facilitates regular trash and recyclables collection. Your location determines your specific collection schedule.
  • Transportation: New Jersey Transit, Amtrak and SEPTA all facilitate public transportation routes in and around Trenton.

Trenton Housing

One of the most attractive aspects of Trenton is its extremely affordable housing. The median home price in the city is dramatically lower than both state and national averages, and you can easily find a spacious single-family home for less than $100,000. The housing market offers detached homes, duplexes, town houses, condos and apartments, all at budget-friendly prices.