Trenton, N.J. – Mayor W. Reed Gusciora issued an Executive Order extending the annual Business License Registration for 90 days into the new year for existing and new businesses.

The deadline for 2022 business registration and renewals has been extended to March 31, 2022. Business registration forms can be acquired online at the City’s website:

Payments may be made through Police Records at Police Headquarters, 225 North Clinton Avenue. There is an auxiliary parking lot with free public parking located at 272 North Clinton Avenue. Businesses that have questions or require assistance may call (609) 989-4155 and ask to speak with Shirley Lopreato.

The executive order was necessary due to the City Clerk’s Office being unable to perform this function.

“Reduced capacity at the Clerk’s office shouldn’t get in the way of making the Capital City a welcoming environment to do business,” said Mayor Gusciora. “Since my administration established the COVID-19 business loan program last year we have strived to be as flexible as we can with our business community and give them every chance to succeed. This extension will go a long way in helping our entrepreneurs ensure their documents are in check so they can start off 2022 on the right foot.”

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