The City Administrator is responsible for directing the administration of the City government.
The Assessor's goal is to provide fair and equitable assessments to the taxpayers.
The Building Department is responsible for oversight of residential and commercial building in the city.
The Clerk's Office provides clerical service to the City Council both in the preparation of it's agendas and taking minutes of it's meetings. All original minutes of the Council are kept and archived.
The main function of the Controller's Office is to properly record and maintain records for all money spent or received by the City.
Department of Public Works
The Trenton Department of Public Works is responsible for maintaining city water, sewers, sanitation, roads, and trees.
Downtown Development Authority
The Downtown Development Authority, formed in 1997, has been working in conjunction with the city government and the business community to revitalize Downtown for the 21st century.
Our mission is to provide an organized, coordinated response in the event of an emergency situation or disaster. Identify departments and local agency's responsibilities and tasks to save lives, reduce casualties, and minimize property damage.
The Engineering Department is responsible for maintaining the infrastructure of the City.
The Trenton Fire Department has 29 personnel to cover a 24-hour response to its citizens. The department's primary mission is to prevent loss of life, care for the sick and injured, prevent fires, and to protect the property of this community.
The Human Resources Department is responsible for overseeing all aspects of employment for the City of Trenton.
Information Technology Department
The Information Technology Department is responsible for overseeing all aspects of connectivity for the city.
Parks & Recreation
Creating community through people, parks and programs.
The police department is responsible for the prevention of crime, the preservation of public peace and order, the protection of persons and property, the enforcement of the laws of the State, ordinances of the City, and the apprehension of offenders. In order to accomplish these responsibilities, the department consists of three principal divisions: Uniform Division (Road Patrol), Traffic Division and Youth & Investigation Division.
The mission of the Treasurer's Office is to ensure the convenient, timely and accurate billing and collection of taxes and fees, receipt of all payments to the City, and investment of those funds so as to maximize the financial resources available to meet the needs of the City while complying with all laws governing the deposit and investment of said funds.
Waste Water Treatment Plant
The City of Trenton's Wastewater Treatment Plant has been in operation since 1964.