City of Trenton, Ohio

Butler County Water and Sewer

Butler County Water and Sewer handles Trenton's waste water.  The attachment below is from BCWS expressing concerns of items being flushed and causing issues with their lift stations.  Please be aware that flushing sanitary wipes, paper towels and rags into the sewer system will damage equipment and could cause unpleasant side effects.


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Volunteer for a Board, Commission, or Committee 

If you are a resident of the City of Trenton and would like to serve your community, then consider volunteering for a Board, Commission, or Committee.  

If you would be interested in volunteering to serve on one of these boards or require more information, please submit a brief resume to Laura Daley, Clerk of Council via email at

Upcoming City Council Meeting Agenda

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Trenton Comprehensive Plan 

Request for Proposals (RFP)

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Trenton 2020 Adopted Budget


You can review the 2020 Budget that was adopted by City Council in December of 2019. 


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City of Trenton
2018 Water Quality Report


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Meet Congressman Warren Davidson



On the first Wednesday of every month, at 12:30 P.M., the City of Trenton Administrative Building (Courtroom) 11 East State Street, Trenton, OH 45067 is the Mobile Office location for Congressman Warren Davidson (R-Troy).


Mobile office hours give constituents the opportunity to meet and discuss issues with Congressman Davidson’s staff.


“As a congressman, one of the services I am proudest to offer is helping constituents deal with federal agencies. Our district staff is dedicated to helping people throughout our district receive fair and timely responses from federal agencies,” said Congressman Davidson. “I invite citizens across the district to stop by their closest location and become acquainted with their advocates as well as raise issues we can help address.”


For additional information, constituents may call:

Troy District Office at (937) 339-1524

West Chester District Office at (513) 779-5400

Hiring: Lateral Entry Police Officer

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The Trenton Police Department is currently accepting applications for lateral entry Police Officer.

Qualified applicants must currently be OPOTC certified and working as an Auxiliary, Reserve, Part-Time, or Full-Time policer officer with at least one (1) year of experience.

Application packets  are  available  on  the  City of Trenton website  at and  in  the  Administrative offices of the City of Trenton.  Packets include a City of Trenton 
application form and a personal history questionnaire. Both documents must be completed and submitted no later than 5:00pm on Friday, February 28th, 2020, in order to be considered for any open position.  Completed application packets may be submitted: 1) via fax to 513-988-0855, attention Sharon Leichman; 2) via email to; or 3) in person or mailed to the Administrative offices of the City of Trenton at 11 E State St, Trenton OH 45067.  Mailed packets must be received on or prior to the February 28th  deadline in order to be considered.

Salary Information: $50,419 - $70,844 annually

Benefit Information: Comprehensive benefit package. College tuition available. All equipment 

Candidate Contact:  Sgt. Tim Bushong


Department Overview: The Trenton Police Department is a progressive organization highly focused on training and development and consisting  of 17  full-time officers, a  full-time  dispatch  center, and a  K9  unit. We offer an  on-site workout and training facility, a take-home cruiser program, modern uniforms and equipment with uniform maintenance pay, and OPBA representation.

Area Information: Trenton covers over 4 square miles in Butler County, Ohio and is located between Middletown & Hamilton on State Route 73, approximately 20 minutes from Miami University-Oxford.

Population: Approximately 13,000

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The Middletown-Oxford Shuttle now stops in Trenton. In Trenton the Shuttle stops at State & 1st and State & 3rd.  Click to see the time schedule.

​​​​​​​Transit System 

Information on the Middletown Transit System, Fare rates and hours of operation.