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One Community, One Direction, One Spirit

The East Trenton Collaborative (ETC) is a group of non-profit and community development organizations whose mission is to strengthen the physical, social and economic fabric of the East Trenton Community. Working together with the residents of East Trenton, we jumpstart neighborhood revitalization and community building.


The Neighborhood

The East Trenton neighborhood is technically in the North Ward of the City — bordered by Route One to the west, the Assunpink Creek to the east, Lincoln Avenue to the south and Mulberry Street to the north. Many features that shaped early development in the area, ironically, played a role in its subsequent decline. The neighborhood’s story is ongoing, with new chapters being written even now. But to write a new story it is important to understand history. Read on for an overview of East Trenton's ongoing history:
» The East Trenton Neighborhood

ETC: Making or Neighborhoods Beautiful.   » more

Community Faces

ETC events bring out good people for good times – celebrating, volunteering, being neighborly... Check out our News & Notes and be sure to visit our Facebook page for more photos and faces!

ETC Newsletter

ETC Newsletter
Read the Fall 2012 ETC Newsletter, available to download now!

Stay informed about neighborhood activities and opportunities. See what your friends and neighbors are doing in the neighborhood! Back issues are available online.

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Special Thanks

Our success over recent years would not be possible without the support of our extraordinary community partners who share our philosophy of inspiring hope, empowering change and transforming lives.
    We extend a special thanks to our friends at New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance, Wachovia Regional Foundation and the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.