Starting Thursday, August 31, 2023 and Friday September 1, 2023 the City of Trenton will be street sweeping in preparation for road oiling which will occur on September 6,7 &8, 2023.  Please remove any objects on streets such as basketball poles, cars, trash cans, etc.  To find out which streets will be affected, please click on this link  2023 OC Plan – Updates.  Only the streets marked in red or blue are being done this year.  If you have any questions please call City Hall at 224-7323.





Resolution 20230327 Opposing Sursee-Aviston Transmission Line

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The City of Trenton is pleased to announce we have renewed our municipal electricity aggregation program with a new supplier, Constellation NewEnergy.  The City’s primary goal is to protect, as best as possible, our residents from the continued rise in electric supply rates.

Since June 2019, City residents and small businesses participating in the municipal electricity aggregation program have been receiving a rate of $0.04390 cents versus the Ameren rate of $0.10628 cents.  This equates to an average household savings of over $50.00 per month, with larger households saving considerably more.  Ameren’s current price to compare (PTC) as of October 1, 2022 through May of 2023 is $0.12236 cents.

The City along with their consultant Good Energy LP has secured a fixed rate of $0.1220 cents for a 22-month term starting in February, which is less than the current Utility PTC.  Therefore, if the rate with Ameren continues to increase, the residents and small businesses in our community have the option of price protection.

Residents and small businesses concerned about a decrease in Ameren rates could simply opt-out of the aggregation program.  If residents decide to opt-out of the program and return to the Utility, they will have to stay with the Utility for a minimum of 1 year.

Over the next 60 days each household will receive a notice from Ameren stating their accounts will return to the Utility, but only for 2 billing cycles.  Shortly thereafter, residents will receive the opt-out letter from the new supplier Constellation.  If residents and small businesses wish to continue participating in the program, they simply do nothing.  They automatically are enrolled when the program restarts with February’s billing cycle.  Lastly, Ameren will send a third letter stating you have chosen Constellation NewEnergy and residents and small businesses have 10 days to opt-out.  Unless account holders opt-out of the program they are automatically enrolled.

Since the inception of the program over a decade ago, every community has realized savings for their resident over the length of the program.  There is no guarantee, however the success of the program speaks for itself.  Currently upwards of 90% of all residents in the participating communities in the Metro-East participate in the program.

Questions or concerns about the municipal aggregation program can be addressed via email at or by phone at 844-686-4244.  Feel free to contact City Hall at 618-224-7323.