Capital of New Jersey, United States and seat of Mercer County, New Jersey, United States
Trenton is a city located in the county of Mercer in the U.S. state of New Jersey. In the 2010 census it had a population of 84,913 inhabitants and a population density of 3,996 people per km². After 9 years in 2019 city had an estimated population of 83,203 inhabitants.
The city was created 302 years ago in 1718.
The city has a total area of 8.20 square miles (21.25 km2).
|Population :||83,203 (2019)|
|Country :||United States of America|
|State :||New Jersey|
|County :||Mercer County|
|Postal code :||08638|
|Phone Area Codes :||609|
|Area :||21.249168 km2|
|Official name :||Trenton|
|Named for :||William Trent|
|Altitude :||52 feet / 16 meters|
|Capital city :||Trenton is capital of New Jersey|
|Establishment :||January 01, 1719 (302 years ago)|
|Time Zone :||Eastern Time Zone|
|Local time :||07:55:23 (8th March 2021)|
|Zip Code :||08608|
|Density :||3,916 Pop. per km² as of 2019|
|Population growth :||-2.06% (2010-2019)|
Eric Jackson ,
According to census records, the population of Trenton decreased by 2.06% in 9 years.
Many people were born here, including basketball guard Reggie Geary, hornist James Chambers, avant-garde composer, pianist, author and inventor George Antheil, you can see a list of people who born in Trenton, NJ.
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Mercer County , NJ.
|Ewing||36,303||Township in Mercer County, New Jersey|
|Lawrence||32,435||Township in Mercer County, New Jersey|
|Princeton||31,187||Private Ivy League research university in Princeton, New Jersey, United States|
|West Windsor||27,895||Township in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States|
|Robbinsville||14,543||Township in Mercer County, New Jersey|
|Prospect Park||5,843||Borough in Passaic County, New Jersey|
|Hightstown||5,304||Borough in Mercer County, New Jersey|
|Pennington||2,576||Borough of New Jersey|
|Hopewell||1,906||Township in Mercer County, New Jersey|
|Millstone||408||Borough in Somerset County, New Jersey|
Official website of Trenton, NJ