Free WiFi at TRIP
TRIP offers free WiFi internet access to Troy community members. This free WiFi is available at 378 10th St. and in the vicinity of the building. Bring your computer, tablet, or smartphone and access online resources at no cost!
Hotspot Name: Community Access at TRIP
TRIP Survey for Hillside North and North Central Residents
If you live in the Hillside North or North Central neighborhoods, TRIP wants to understand how you view your community. Please fill out our 10-minute survey and help us help your neighborhood!
To be eligible, you must live between Hoosick and Ingalls St., and between Oakwood and River St. You must be 18 years or older to participate. Only one survey per household will be accepted.
Each household that completes the survey will receive a $5 gift card. All participants will be entered into a drawing to win an additional $100 gift card.
You can take the survey online, by phone, or on paper. To take the survey by phone, please call us at 518-272-8289 ext. 234. To take a paper survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-272-8289 ext. 234.
City of Troy and Rensselaer County Resources
City of Troy
The official website of the city of Troy. Get information about city events, initiatives, announcements, offices, and online services.
Troy City Council
The official website of the Troy City Council. Learn about council meetings, meet your council members, and stay up to date on measures and discussions.
The official website of Rensselaer County. Find information about county offices, contact county executives, and access online services.
Permits Needed PDF
Learn about the permits you need to hold an event on city-owned property.
State and Federal Resources
NYS Homes and Community Renewal
Official information and programs for homeowners, landlords, and renters in New York State.
US Department of Justice
Information on seized property, the sex offender registry, and other topics of concern to homeowners and renters.
US Department of Housing & Urban Development
Find information on federal housing laws, voucher programs, shelters, public housing, disaster relief, housing discrimination, and assistance for home buyers.
National Initiatives and Programs
NeighborWorks America Community Engagement Program
Resident- and community-focused leadership and development resources, including grants, mentorships, and peer education.
As a member of NeighborWorks America’s national network, TRIP is able to bring resident teams to annual Community Leadership Institutes (CLI). These institutes are four-day events where resident leaders and community partners across the country are trained in leadership development and community building skills while networking with a thousand other attendees. Email email@example.com or go to Community Leadership Institute for more information.
Access the NeighborWorks Community Revitalization toolkit, including information on home sales and marketing.
National Night Out
Promoting community-police partnerships, fighting against isolation and division, and creating safer, happier neighborhoods.
National Neighborhood Watch
Locate your neighborhood watch organization, learn how to start your own, and get ideas for promoting safety and cooperation in your neighborhood.