In Belfast, Sinn Fein mayor Tina Black opened a e book of condolence on the city corridor.
In Newry Morne and Down District Council chairman Michael Savage of the SDLP signed a e book of condolence together with the UUP’s Alan Lewis, Danny Kennedy and David Taylor.
The e book can also be accessible for signing on-line.
Mr Savage stated: “David Trimble was a principled man who labored with Seamus Mallon to place all our individuals earlier than politics and lead us down the trail of peace.
“His lasting legacy is the important thing function he performed in taking us from a spot of violence to a normalized society.
“The Good Friday Settlement wouldn’t have occurred with out him and that’s well known by all sections of our neighborhood.”
The Mayor of Derry and Strabane Council, Sinn Fein’s Sandra Duffy, additionally opened a e book of condolence in Londonderry’s Guildhall.
She stated: “David Trimble was instrumental in paving the way in which for peace and used his affect to alter the attitudes and perceptions that fueled hatred and distrust right here at a time when it was most wanted.
“He was undoubtedly courageous in his willpower to result in change when many in his personal neighborhood opposed his views.
“He took private dangers to make sure a greater future for others and noticed the worth of dialogue and compromise when it got here to attaining the frequent purpose of lasting peace.
“He leaves behind a legacy that can guarantee him a distinguished place within the historical past of this place for a few years to return.
“I felt it was essential to open a e book of condolence at the moment to permit individuals from all components of the neighborhood to file their very own tributes to David Trimble and his function in selling unity and cohesion within the North.”
A web-based e book of condolence has been opened by Mid Ulster District Council in reminiscence of Lord Trimble.
Chair of the council, Sinn Fein Councilor Cora Corry, stated: “His braveness within the peace course of and his contribution to the creation of the Good Friday Settlement can’t be underestimated. He leaves a legacy for us all.”
Within the Armagh Metropolis, Banbridge and Craigavon borough, Mayor Paul Greenfield opened a web-based e book of condolence.
A web-based e book of condolence was additionally opened on behalf of Ards and North Down Borough Council by the Mayor of Ards and North Down, Alliance Councilor Karen Douglas, who expressed her deepest sympathy and condolences following the passing of Lord Trimble.
She stated the board will assessment all messages earlier than they’re printed.