Learn more about the Plan and how it is organized
Learn about the legal requirements for the Master Plan and what Reports the City plans to write
Learn more out the robust public engagement effort
Previous studies and planning efforts
The community-driven vision that will guide the City through its 250th anniversary of incorporation in 2042
Ideal future conditions that describe how Trenton should be in 2042
A coordinated collection of Actions that are designed to achieve a Goal
Individual policies, projects, programs, partnerships, plans, studies, and advocacy positions
Building on strengths to create an active Downtown
Ruilding strong neighborhoods by reinforcing the area’s urban qualities
Revitalizing neighborhoods and attracting new industries
Leveraging vibrancy and cultural to rebuild strong neighborhoods
Reinforcing strong residential neighborhoods and connections to open space
A community-driven consensus vision for the City
Detailed list of all issues and opportunities identified throughout the master planning process
Multi-modal transportation network; legibility; land-use and transportation connections; and access to jobs
Downtown development; industrial development; and neighborhood commercial development
Pre-k through 12 education; workforce development; and personal enrichment
Safe environment; natural resources and open space; climate and natural hazard resiliency; and conservation and energy efficiency
Overall housing quality; vacancy and abandonment; market-rate housing; affordable housing; and historic neighborhoods
Land use; zoning; and redevelopment planning
The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission has completed the Trenton Complete Streets Design Handbook, and the City is now seeking to pass an ordinance to incorporate a Complete and Green Streets Policy into all planning and design studies. This proposed ordinance will be discussed at the January 27, 2022 Planning Board meeting, which starts at 6pm.
The Complete Streets Design Handbook can be viewed here.
The Complete and Green Streets Ordinance can be viewed here.
Access information for the January 27, 2022 Trenton Planning Board Meeting can be found here.
Read more about the community-driven vision for Trenton and find out how this was translated into actionable goals, initiatives, and actions.http://trenton250.org/vision-guiding-principles