Coronavirus / COVID-19 Information

A resource for all community members. Updated every Monday & Thursday at 4:30pm (and as needed).

Tracking Information

If you'd like more information on number of cases and related information, you cand find that at Hunterdon County Dashboard, or the Johns Hopkins Resource Portal.

Resources for Residents

To find help with employment, benefits, what's open in town, or resources for mental health, please scroll down to the "Resources" section at the bottom of the page to find more.

Resources for Businesses

To find information on disaster assistance loans, grant programs, and other financial assistance, as well as other information and guidance for businesses that remain open, please scroll down to the bottom of the page under the "Resources" section.

Resources for Residents and Businesses

For Residents



  • Senator Booker's office has compiled a detailed list of all resources available to New Jersey residents to help with COVID-19. Click here to read it.

  • State of New Jersey Updates. Click here for covid.nj.gov. You can find resources for childcare services for essential employees here.

 

  • Online Grocery Shopping for SNAP Recipients. Recipients will be able to use their benefits card to order groceries from Amazon starting on May 27. Walmarts, ShopRites and The Fresh Grocers that provide online shopping will also accept online ordering with SNAP benefits starting on May 28. We continue to urge residents to visit njhelps.org to learn more and apply for food assistance and other benefits.

  • Doing business with the City remotely is possible. We are continually moving processes electronic to help with this while our staff work a mostly remote and staggered schedule. All staff are reachable by their normal email and phone number. To find what you can do by phone or online, Click here to find a list of what businesses are open locally

  • Precautionary Guidance. Understanding how to properly socially distance, and what hygiene steps you should be taking is important. Read more from the CDC here.



For Businesses

If you are open or intend to open for curbside pickup and/or deliveries, please make sure you are following the recommended guidance from the State on precautionary measures found here to keep yourselves and community members safe.

For businesses in town that do not have off-street parking and are offering pickup/takeout services, the City is offering the ability to block off two parking spaces for customer pickups directly in front of their business, during business hours, while the local state of emergency is in effect. Please contact the Lambertville Police Department to register and receive the signs at 609-397-3132. 


Here are some additional outside resources that might be valuable:


  • The Hunterdon Economic Development and Chamber Business Resource Page is up and running, and might be a useful resource for businesses in town. It contains information on workplace guidelines, small business loans, disaster relief funding and more. You can access that here.


  • New Jersey Community Capital is pleased to launch the Garden State Relief Fund to meet the immediate needs of small businesses and nonprofits critically affected by the pandemic.

  • The entire state of NJ has been accepted for the US Small Business Administration disaster Loan Program - learn more here: http://sba.gov/disaster.

  • Applications for NJ Economic Development Authority Small Business Emergency Assistance Grants are open on April 3rd at 9:00 AM and will close on April 10th at 9:00 AM.  Grants are on a first come first serve basis. The Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program will provide up to $5,000 to NJ-based Small or Medium-size Enterprises that have between 1–10 full time equivalent employees (“FTE”). The grant funding is targeted as unrestricted payroll and working capital support, and cannot be used for any capital expenses, including construction. The application can be found here.

  • Local Businesses should reach out to the State’s Business Helpline at 1-800-Jersey-7 for crises-related info and assistance.  It is run and staffed by the New Jersey Business Action Center.

CDC Information

The information above is provided directly by the CDC. The City of Lambertville does not maintain this content.