There is a mention of Trzcianka in a document dated 1245. In this year the Polish king Bolesław Wstydliwy gave the land in the valley of Noteć river to Sedziwoj of Czarnków. There were three villages: Biala, Gulcz, and Rozdrozka. Probably, Rodrozka was placed where Trzcianka is today. The new name was Trzciana Laka, which was changed to Trzcionka in the 17th century. Soviet troops marching towards Berlin from the east entered Schönlanke on 27 January 1945. In that course, about 500 people committed suicide.