Of all the benefits of living in Trenton, one of the very finest is the countless outdoor and recreational opportunities available to residents. From pristine pools to dive into in the summertime to playgrounds, parks, and more, there is plenty of space for Trentonians of all ages to get outdoors, play, and connect with community. Trenton has no shortage of natural beauty, with ones of its finest assets being the Assunpink Creek. This striking waterway flows through the heart of Downtown Trenton, bringing a sense of serenity and calm to even the busiest corners of our bustling community. And now, as the City of Trenton prepares to make vital improvements to the Assunpink Creek Park, they need your feedback to help bring this vision to life.
On Wednesday, January 31st, the City of Trenton will be holding a public meeting in order to further discuss development plans for the Assunpink Creek Park. The meeting will begin at 7pm at the North Clinton Community Center, located at 454 North Clinton Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08638. If for any reason you are unable to attend in person, the conversation will also be simulcast virtually, linked here: Zoom – City of Trenton. As this project continues to take shape, there will be future opportunities to provide feedback as well.
Throughout the evening, guests will have the opportunity to weigh in on a number of critical topics concerning the development and how this project will take shape in the coming months and years. Guests will have the opportunity to hear key insights regarding the city’s progress to date, as well as conceptual plans and previous public comment. Attendees will also have the opportunity to weigh in as the city discusses future opportunities for input and next steps for the project’s development. Making your voice heard and participating in public comments assures that the progression of this project will best serve the diverse wants and needs of our community’s residents.
As the City of Trenton seeks to develop this space and take full advantage of one of our city’s finest natural assets, your input is critical in assuring this project is the very best it can be. More information on the upcoming meeting, as well as an outline of the overall plan to date, please visit the following link: Assunpink Creek Park – Plan. If you have any questions or would like to learn more prior to attending the upcoming public feedback session, please contact the City of Trenton at 609-989-3000 for additional assistance. Your help is needed to make this park picture-perfect, so don’t miss this opportunity to do your part for the future of Trenton!