Trinity Vicinity  is a small neighborhood located in the west side of the city of Wilmington, Delaware. Built primarily in the 1880's and consisting of examples of Victorian "stick" architecture, the northern section of the neighborhood was designated as a historic district in the 1990's.
Originally built for middle class citizens, the neighborhood went through a tumultuous period in the 1960's and 1970's due to a number of factors, including the building of I-95 and riots generated by the murder of Martin Luther King. The Urban Homesteading act passed in the 70's began the regeneration that continues to this day.
The Trinity Vicinity Neighborhood Association is the official representation of our neighborhood to local government. It is the place to voice our concerns and contribute to the community. We continue to strive to make our small section of Wilmington a wonderful place to live.
10th Street West • 11th Street West • 9th Street West • Jefferson Street North • Madison Street North • Monroe Street North • Trenton Place