think.

The TCCA thinks about the past, the present, and the future of all Trenton neighborhoods. We bring cognitive minds together to better our city.

help.

To help retain the beauty and high standards of presently desirable neighborhoods and work for the improvement of other neighborhoods.

grow.

TCCA wants to grow Civic Associations throughout the City of Trenton. To foster cooperation among the associations through this central organization

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Welcome to our website!

Making Trenton a better place to live.

Welcome to the new TCCA (Trenton Council of Civic Association) web site. Our purpose is to serve as a central organization for the exchange of ideas for the member Civic Associations. To foster an awareness by all people of the importance of dignity in the home and civic pride in their neighborhood and the city of Trenton, New Jersey.

Additionally, member organizations may take advantage of this web site to announce their own news and events. Any member of any member organization is invited to register and contribute to the site as well.

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Our work isdedicated toour members!

Due to a large response from online readers in favor of a newsletter we will start creating a list of subscribers. If you are interested in receiving this informational newsletter, please email us at
newsletter@tccatrenton.org.
Our newsletters are filled with events, concerns, and pictures of activities in the Trenton, New Jersey area. You may be able to advertise your next event in our newsletter. Email us as soon as possible so your event can be reviewed.

TCCA Banquet Award Winners 2013

STUDENT OF THE YEAR
RAAMIAH BETHEA

 

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR
MR. HARRY JAKENDOFF

 

PUBLIC EMP. OF THE YEAR
MR. MARC MAURICE

 

BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
TRENTON SOCIAL CLUB

 

CIVIC ASSOCIATION PROJECT
EYES OF TRENTON

 

 
 


How To Collaborate with Local Government.

 

1. Get to Know Your City & Local Government

2. Attend City Council Meetings

3. Start a conversation with a government official, employee, or city councilor

4. Invite government executives, employees, or elected officials to your District events, hack night, and meetups

5. Keep the dialogue going between the city and your District

6. Join citizen advisory councils and invite local government to join leadership roles in your District

 

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