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Trenton Health Team is an active member of the Trenton community, organizing and participating in events engaging residents and highlighting our City’s assets in arts, history and community spirit. See photos and videos below.

Ciclovia/Art All Day 2020

THT was proud to partner with local arts and community groups on Trenton’s Ciclovia, a downtown open streets festival featuring walking and biking tours, skateboarding, street painting and bike share.

THT provided bikes to borrow during Ciclovia thanks to a recent AARP Community Challenge grant and supported a “streetscape” creative crosswalk painting at S Broad Street and E Lafayette Street.

Special thanks to Artworks, the Trenton Downtown Association, Mercer County, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, and artists Liz Amaral and Jonathan Conner (aka Lank). See press release


#WhyILikeTrenton 2020 Photo Contest Entries

Thank you to all the photographers who shared their Trenton pride on Instagram!

We hope to be able to celebrate with you later this year during a public exhibit of #WhyILikeTrenton photos celebrating our city’s arts community.

Below, from left, see winning photographs for “Most Likes,” and First, Second and Third as selected by our panel of judges. See press release


(Scroll through the carousel below to explore all the photos, or click an image to view larger)

BUILD Health Challenge Street Design

Trenton Health Team hosted a street design event for neighbors and volunteers painting vibrant graffiti-inspired art on Brunswick Avenue to help slow traffic and protect pedestrians at two busy intersections near Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School and Rivera Community Middle School. (See story in The Trentonian Aug. 11, 2019)

Designs were created by Trenton mural artist Leon Rainbow following a community design workshop at Lincoln Homes, hosted by THT and Street Plans, an internationally recognized urban planning, design and transportation planning firm.

Brunswick Avenue was selected for this project as part of a community effort supported by The BUILD Health Challenge, a national initiative funded by BUILD Health, to create a safe and healthy corridor from the Battle Monument Park to Capital Health Regional Medical Center.

Click on the photo below to launch a slide show of images from the event. Special thanks to Adam Nawrot for the overhead drone photo.

Brunswick Avenue Day 2019

Trenton Health Team recently hosted Brunswick Avenue Day, a free family festival with food, music, and kids activities–including a 3-on-3 basketball tournament hosted by Trenton’s own Harlem Globetrotter La’Keisha Sutton.

The event is sponsored each year by THT and our BUILD partners, including Capital Health, St. Francis Medical Center, Trinity Health, Isles, Inc., Rutgers University Cooperative Extension, RPM Development Group, Henry J Austin Health Center and the City of Trenton.

Thank you to Frank Wojciechowski for capturing all the fun in his photos.

(click on the photo below to launch a slide show of images)

#WhyILikeTrenton 2019 Photo Contest Entries

Thank you to all the photographers who shared their Trenton pride on Instagram!

We had a great time celebrating with you at the First Friday Opening Reception at Base Camp Trenton, 247 E. Front Street.

(click on the photo below to launch a slide show of images)

Trenton United Soccer Tournament

Video Gallery

Trenton 365

Host Jacque Howard invites THT staff to discuss community efforts to improve access to nutritious food, housing quality and other conditions affecting the health and well-being of Trenton residents. See video


See Trenton Health Team featured on Horizon Health Works TV as Nurse Care Manager Cheryl Towns discusses the impact Horizon’s Neighbors in Health program is making in our community. See video

NEW video! Learn about our diabetes outreach efforts to help address needs and improve well-being through our Bridging the Gap project.

Check out our YouTube channel!