Division of Assessment
Patricia Hice, Chief Assessor
The Division of Assessment is responsible for establishing the value of exempt and taxable property located in the City of Trenton. It reviews applications for tax exemptions and abatements. The Assessment Office also maintains current tax maps of the city as a public record noting all changes in ownership or character of real property. If you are a property owner and have questions about your property tax assessment, or need additional information on properties located in the City, please contact the Assessment Office.
For your information:
> The 2016 ratio is 87.23 percent. The 2015 tax rate was $5.733 per $100 of assessed value.
> The deadline for filing tax appeals is April 1; details for 2010 are in the notice.
> Tax Abatement and Exemption forms are available in the Tax Assessor's office or can be downloaded from the links at the top right of this page.
> Senior Citizens, Disabled Persons and Veterans’ applications for property tax deductions and exemption can be downloaded HERE.
> Assessment Review Form - Material Damage From Storm (Hurricane Sandy) HERE
> The Mercer County Board of Taxation has developed a portal for easy access to public property information including property record cards, sales, deeds, and other property records. Please use the following link: http://pip.mercercounty.org/
8:30AM - 4:30PM
319 E. State St.
OFFICE (609) 989-3083