Lambertville News & Announcements

Resolve to Make a Difference: Become a Volunteer with the Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance and Rescue Squad

Date Published: 01/22/2018

New Year’s resolutions can be tricky. Whether it’s pledging to lose weight, make more money or find love, to name a few, most people focus on ways they can make their own lives better. But soon they realize these resolutions are hard to keep and they give up.

This year, before you throw in the towel on making a change in 2018, think about making a commitment that will not only improve your life, but also help save the lives of your neighbors, friends and family too. And it’s easy to do. 
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Christmas Tree Disposal

Date Published: 01/10/2018

Residents may drop Christmas Trees at Ely Field through the North Franklin Street entrance. Alternately, the 6th grade class is running a fundraiser and trees may be picked up at your door for a fee. For more information about the fundraising program, please call: 917-843-7559.

2018 State of The City Address

Date Published: 01/02/2018

Good afternoon and a happy new year to you all.

I thank you for joining us here for our annual reorganization of the Governing Body as well as the boards and commissions of our City. 

I want to recognize our Council-- Council President Stegman, Councilwoman Asaro, Councilman Sanders, and Councilwoman Warner.  Their strong voices, good ideas, and active cooperation make the work of governing not only productive, but enjoyable—at least most of the time.
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D & R Canal Safety Warning

Date Published: 12/29/2017

The Canal appears frozen, but there are still places where people could fall through. So best course is to stay off it.

2018 Reorganization Meeting Schedule

Date Published: 12/22/2017

The Annual Reorganization Schedule for all City Boards and Commissions is as follows:
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Suspension of the Street Sweeper from 12/11/17 - 3/12/18

Date Published: 12/04/2017

The Governing Body of the City of Lambertville, in the County of Hunterdon, in the State of New Jersey hereby authorizes the suspension of the street sweeper beginning December 11, 2017 and resume on March 12, 2018, (weather permitting).

City of Lambertville Earns AA Bond Rating

Date Published: 06/27/2017

Lambertville Dave Mayor DelVecchio announced Tuesday that Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has boosted the City’s bond rating to the “AA” category. Continue reading at New Hope Free Press

Mayor DelVecchio Delivers Meals on Wheels to Lambertville Residents

Date Published: 04/21/2017

Mayor of Lambertville Dave DelVecchio recently delivered meals to older Lambertville residents as part of the Meals on Wheels program. With federal budget cuts to the program threatened in Washington, Mayor DelVecchio thought it was an important time to demonstrate support for this essential program that helps so many of our home-bound and often isolated older residents. Read more ...

The Human Rights Council's goal is to secure and protect the diversity of the City through educational and other community programs and actions. By bringing together multiple facets of the City, along with resident-members, the Council aims to ensure that Lambertville remains a place of understanding and tolerance.