Landmarks Commission for Historic Preservation
The Trenton Landmarks Commission for Historic Preservation was created by a Trenton City Council Ordinance in 1974 and serves as one of the first established and longest functioning local Landmarks Commissions in New Jersey. Since its inception the Commission has designated fifty-eight (58) local historic landmarks that include eight (8) historic districts. The Commission reviews all improvements to the exterior of designated historic properties as well as the design of new infill buildings in Trenton’s historic districts. The Commission advises both the City’s Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment on issues relating to historic preservation for development applications presented to these boards.
Historic Preservation Plan for the City of Trenton 2001
Map of Trenton Historic Districts and Landmarks
Individual Historic District Maps
Street Index for Historic Districts
Last Updated: 4/29/2010