The Gusciora administration announced an initiative to provide public information sessions regarding property taxes and offer technical assistance to our residences. In 2017, the City of Trenton underwent a property revaluation, which raised taxes on many residents and businesses throughout the city. 

“Our goal is to make the city more affordable for all of our families,” Mayor Gusciora said. “We plan to host information sessions around the city to provide residents the information they need to make a property tax appeal and create a payment plan to pay back taxes. We will also be providing information to seniors older than 70 about how to freeze their property taxes to ensure that they can stay in their homes through retirement.” 

Trenton City Council President Kathy McBride added, “The Legislative Body looks forward to working with Mayor Gusciora and his staff in the upcoming weeks to inform our residents on the various programs the City has to offer.” 

The schedule for information sessions is listed below:

City Hall Atrium

Wednesday, February 6, 5-6 p.m.

Wednesday, February 13, 5-6 p.m. (in Spanish)

At Senior Centers

(all events at 10:30 a.m.)

February 4  – Jenny Stubblefield

301 Prospect Street

February 5 – Sam Naples

611 Chestnut Avenue

February 6 – Reading Center

15 Ringold Street

February 12 – South Broad Street

870 South Broad Street