Trenton Village was founded around the turn of the 19th century.
Today it is an active and involved, modern rural community with strong High School
Sports and Academics programs. (GO FALCONS!)
Trenton Public Library is housed in the recently renovated VFW building built in 1906.
It boasts over 10,000 books including historical references for the region.
The Hitchcock County Museum, in Trenton has a wonderful collection from
around the county and is home of the Hitchcock County Historical Society.
Trenton lies 3 miles from Swanson resevoir which attracts fisherman and boaters from across
the region and the hunting is great! With deer, pheasant and turkey topping the list.
The Trenton golf course is said to have the best sand greens in the state.
Trenton resides in a Livestock Friendly county, with one of the states several
ethanol production plants. There is plenty of room for expansion and new business
in Trenton. With several thriving small businesses, it is a good place
to do and to be in business.