Latest Update  April 24th 2020
Please see below for a helpful graphic describing the City's new policies as to what action items will be delayed for votes until 2021. 

April 8th 2020

A thorough FAQ document has been created in response to a number of questions received from various community members. You can find that document here. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or attend one of the upcoming City Council Meetings. You can also find additional documentation below, including a detailed background document that outlines the process up until this point. 

This page can serve as a resource for members of the public looking for more information about community development in Lambertville. The documentation on the page represents the CIty's preliminary ideas and concepts, not final plans or decisions. As this process is being done in full public view from the earliest possible stage, information may change as the City continues to receive feedback, develop new ideas, and create new plans. View all updates and new documents by scrolling down below.

Screen Shot 2020 02 21 at 12.03.34 PMClick here to submit your application for the Community Advisory Team!


Public Documents from the Feb 1st Community Development Fair

Read the FAQ Letter from Mayor Fahl addressing the most frequently asked questions

Download the PDF of all panels, or view individual ones by clicking below:


View/Download all of the PDF of renderings and concept designs presented. 

NEW: View/Download all of the public comments provided from the February 1st Community Development Fair. 


2019 - 2020 Budget Presentation Public Documents

All budget presentations and information from 2019 Council meetings


View/Download the City's preliminary estimates for the repair/renovation cost to City owned facilities here.


Timeline of events and updates:


April 24th 2020

We have created the following graphic to help communicate the City's new plans for what action items will get delayed until 2021. 

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Click here to view a .pdf version

April 8th 2020

A thorough FAQ document has been created in response to a number of questions received from various community members. You can find that document here. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or attend one of the upcoming City Council Meetings. You can also find additional documentation below, including a detailed background document that outlines the process up until this point. 


March 4th 2020
Detailed update with additional resources provided to community, which you can view or download here. This was also emailed to City's email list. A comprehensive background document that explains the history of discussions and decisions leading to this point has also been created and be viewed or downloaded here

Various questions and concerns discussed in the March 2nd 2020 City Council meeting.

February 21st 2020
The ordinance (and exhibit) introduced on the 2/20 meeting related to the City's affordable housing plans (01-2020) can be downloaded here. This will be discussed in the Planning Board and the public hearing is scheduled for the next voting session of the City Council. The application for the Community Advisory Team is now available above.


February 20th 2020

City posts photos and transcriptions of all public comments provided at Community Development Fair and February 10th event (click here to view). Also posted to this page are the preliminary cost estimates from 2019's budget process for the repair/renovation of City facilities. Note that several of the numbers have been updated from previous versions. (Click here to view). 

City discusses in City Council meeting. 

February 10th 2020 
Follow up to the Community Development Fair held at Justice Center at 6pm to provide public more discussion opportunity about the proposed project, focused on Budget/Finances/Facilities, Affordable Housing, Area in Need of Rehabilation designation, historic preservation, and project timelines. 

February 6th 2020
Mayor Fahl and City Planner Emily Goldman discuss some of the most frequent questions about the City's proposed plans, as well as discuss in detail what an 'Area in Need of Rehabilitation' designation is. Watch the Facebook live below:




February 4th 2020 
Mayor announces at City Council a second (smaller) event on Monday, February 10th at 6pm at the Justice Center to provide any members of the public another opportunity to engage with the key information and interact with the City about this proposed project. 


February 1st 2020
The City hosts Community Development Fair to provide public access to all information and ability to engage, ask questions of, and leave feedback with, City’s staff, professionals and volunteers. 

You can find all of the information presented in the above links. To read the letter from Mayor Fahl to the community answering frequently asked questions click here

The City thanks the following firms for their financial support to help make this event minimal cost to the taxpayers: McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, Suburban Consulting Engineers, and Clarke Caton Hintze.

January 31st 2020
Mayor Fahl announces two-pronged project at State of the City, to consolidate multiple municipal facilities into one new facility, and to redevelop a mixed-income inclusionary residential building on the site of the police department. 



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