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City of Lambertville

18 York Street

Lambertville, NJ  08530

Phone: 609-397-0110     Fax: 609-397-2203


HYDRANT MAINTENANCE: Please be advised that Suez will begin flushing the hydrants on October 16 and anticipate this to take two weeks to complete. The schedule is as follows: Monday, October 17: Bridge street north to Jefferson, Lambert lane west to N. Franklin street East; Tuesday, October 18: Tomorrow, Jefferson to Cherry, Clinton street west, to North Franklin and N Main Street East.

LAMBERTVILLE POLICE USE BODY-WORN CAMERAS: Lambertville Police have started deploying body-worn cameras for all uniformed patrol officers that will record (audio-video) virtually all interactions between officers and the public.  The cameras will be activated on all motor vehicle stops, arrests, accidents, routine service calls and criminal investigations. Use of the cameras is strictly governed by both New Jersey State Attorney General and Lambertville Police Department guidelines and policies.

The cameras and associated equipment were partially funded through the NJ State Body Worn Camera Assistance Program utilizing state forfeiture funds. The U.S. Department of Justice also recently announced that federal funds were available to purchase the cameras.

Police Director Bruce Cocuzza expressed his opinion that “the cameras will benefit police officers and the public by providing an unbiased and irrefutable record of police-public contacts. They will allow for much greater objectivity whenever it becomes necessary to address any concerns or questions that sometimes arise as the result of police activity. The department has deployed in-car cameras for about 20 years and they have clearly proven to be an invaluable tool”. 

Lambertville Mayor David M. DelVecchio stated that he was “extremely pleased that officers will now be utilizing body worn cameras because they will enhance police-community relations by providing increased transparency with respect to police operations”.      

LEAF PICK-UP: Public Works will collect leaves beginning Monday,October 17 and ending December 31. Please make sure your leaves are bagged and placed to the curb.


 City PennEast Pipeline Committee Steps Up Activities
To ensure anti-pipeline activities are well-coordinated, the PennEast Pipeline Committee is stepping up its activities. The Committee is  comprised of public members Sue Begent, Kelly Kappler, Kim Nage, and Jeff Titel;  members of the Environmental Commission, Gina Frischetti, Filomena Hengst, and Lauren Rosenthal McManus; Mayor Del Vecchio  and Councilman Sanders.  One of the first municipalities to pass a resolution against the pipeline, Lambertville is also an official intervenor, standing up in opposition to the project. An update from the Committee is provided below:

1.       Our meeting Schedule  Every 2 weeks, for 1 hour at 8AM.  The next four meetings are: October 19, November 2, November 15, November 30.

2.       The public is invited: If there is something you’d like to see discussed at the meetings, please notify the city clerk and allow 48 hours prior to meeting to add to the agenda. 

 3.       Official Town Meeting devoted to the Pipeline: We are planning an official Town Pipeline Meeting: First Week of November: 

4.       What you can do right now?   Speak Out at  Monday's DEP Hearing;

What: New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Hearing to deny the Transco Garden State Expansion Pipeline Compressor Station (if this is denied, it will very possibly prevent the PennEast pipeline as they connection.)
Where:- Bordentown Regional High School,   318 Ward Avenue, Bordentown, NJ

When:  Monday, October 17, 4:30pm

SNOW REMOVAL QUOTESNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Lambertville, County of Hunterdon, State of New Jersey is soliciting for quotes for Snow Removal Services for the 2016/2017 season. Qualification Packets may be obtained via the City’s website at, via email to or during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4:30 pm, excluding holidays in the Clerk’s Office located at 18 York Street. All interested contractors are required to comply with all terms and conditions of the packet in order to be qualified. Completed Packets must be submitted no later than Thursday, November 3, 2016 to be eligible to be placed on the call list.  The City of Lambertville reserves the right to reject any and all quotes received and to select venders based on the equipment need at the time. Click here for the packet.

GENERAL CODE/ORDINANCES: The general code of the City of Lambertville is now online. The direct link to access the Code is: Please note that the Zoning Ordinances are in the process of being codified.

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:

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