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Trenton is a suburb in the Detroit Metro Area and in the Wayne County. It has a population of 18,420 and a population density of 2,542, which is 96% above the national average. It has a median age of 49, which is 9 years above the Detroit Metro median age and 10 years above the national average.


Trenton has a median home value of $220,500, which is 10% below the Metro average.The average rent of $1,517 is 9% above the metro average rent and 27% below the national average rent. The average household income in Trenton is $74,267 , which is 4% above the Metro average household income and 1% below the national average of household income.


The average school rating in Trenton is 7. Trenton also has a crime index 41 that is below the Metro average and below the National average.


$220,500Median Home Value
$245,800 Detroit Metro Area
$1,517Median Rent
$1,388 Detroit Metro Area
5 /10 - 9 /10
School Rating
38
Crime Index
100
National Crime Index
39 mins To Detroit Metro Area

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Trenton's population is made up of 51% married, 25% single, 15% divorced and 8% widowed. Baby Boomers make up the largest percentage of the population at 48%, while Millennials have the second largest segment at 19%. Homeowners make up 83% of the population in Trenton.

18,420Population
4,345,761 Detroit Metro Area
2,542Population Density
  • 49% Male
  • 51% Female
49 Median Age
40 Detroit Metro Area
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The Per Capita income in Trenton is $45,167. The Median Household Income is $74,267 and the Trenton Unemployment Rate is 3%.

$45,167Income Per Capita
$40,496 Detroit Metro Area
$74,267Median Household Income
$71,265 Detroit Metro Area
7% Poverty Rate
14% Detroit Metro Area
3% Unemployment Rate
5% Detroit Metro Area
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$220,500Median Home Value
$245,800 Detroit Metro Area
$1,517Median Rent
$1,388 Detroit Metro Area
2Average Household Size
2 Detroit Metro Area

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Renters
17%
Home Owners
83%
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5 /10 - 9 /10
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Top Schools in Trenton

Woodhaven-Brownstown School District
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16400 Carter Road, Woodhaven, MI, 48183
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Gibraltar School District
7
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14473 MIDDLE GIBRALTAR RD, ROCKWOOD, MI, 48173
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Trenton Public Schools School District
6
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2600 Harrison Avenue, Trenton, MI, 48183
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Grosse Ile Township Schools School District
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26700 MERIDIAN RD, GROSSE ILE, MI, 48138
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Gibraltar School District
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21320 ROCHE RD, BROWNSTOWN TWP, MI, 48183
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39 mins
Detroit Metro Area
Commute To
Detroit Metropolitan Airport
30 mins
Baker College Flint
1 hr 37 mins
Northwood University Michigan
56 mins
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Trenton crime index is 38 which is lower than the national average. Click here to see the Safest Places to Live in Trenton.

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Crime Index
100
National Crime Index

Crime Index represents the risk of crime occurring in a area and is measured against national index of 100. If the Crime Index of an area is above 100 the crime in that area is relatively higher when compared to US. If the Crime Index of an area is below 100 the crime in that area is lower when compared to US.

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