City of Lambertville
18 York Street
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Phone: 609-397-0110 Fax: 609-397-2203
COURT: The Justice Center and Court will be closed at 2:30 pm today, Tuesday, March 24 and will not open until 12:30 pm tomorrow, March 25.
LAMBERTVILLE UPDATE: The Winter 2015 edition of the Lambertville Update is now available, with news on the City, dates to remember, and other important information. To download the newsletter, click here.
GENERAL CODE/ORDINANCES: The general code of the City of Lambertville is now online. The direct link to access the Code is: http://clerkshq.com/default.ashx?clientsite=lambertville-nj. Please note that the Zoning Ordinances are in the process of being codified.
PERMIT PARKING AT THE PHILLIP L. PITTORE JUSTICE CENTER: Parking space numbers 20, 22, and 41 are available for the monthly fee of $45 per space at the Phillip L. Pittore Justice Center located at 25 South Union Street in the city. If interested, call the Clerk's Office at 609-397-0110.
STREET TREES: A local family has offered to purchase up to 20 new trees for Lambertville’s streets and parks. The trees will be planted by Realty Landscaping Corp, and students from South Hunterdon Regional High School’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) program will assist with the plantings. Trees will be selected to ensure species that will not interfere with power lines, or create root systems that could negatively impact sidewalks and streets. If you would like to suggest a location for a tree, please click here to fill out the request form.
If you need the full URL to the request form, here it is: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18MqMLMoDqfLggQbn_m16FxaBRe3aelXzoq488NsjByg/viewform
TAX ASSESSOR will not be in the office on Wednesday, March 11. He will resume his regular schedule on Wednesday, March 18, 2015.
TAX BILLS: You can now look up the status of your tax payments! If you don't know your block and lot number, you can do the search by your address. Follow this link: https://wipp.edmundsassoc.com/Wipp1017/
WEBSITE REDESIGN: During his recent State of the City address, Mayor DelVecchio made overhauling the City's website a priority for 2015. As we begin the process of reviewing the current website for improvements and potential new content, we want to know what you would like to see to make the City's site more user-friendly and accessible to residents. Please click here to access our suggestion form to to share your ideas with us!
FACEBOOK/TWITTER: Follow us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CityGovernmentofLambertville.