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The City of Lambertville today announced that they will not renew the contract of Alex Torpey.  The City has been reviewing the salaries and wages of all City staff, including professional contracts up for renewal. The City will begin the search for a new Business Administrator and anticipates making a decision on his replacement in the coming months

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act and pursuant to NJSA 10:4-8(b), the Authority’s Board of Commissioners shall be holding their regularly scheduled board meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 via Zoom. Meeting link, password, agenda and directions on how to participate will be posted on the Lambertville MUA’s website at and the City of Lambertville’s website at

  • ZONE ONE, TUESDAY PICK-UP – AUGUST 4. Begins at Church Street and goes south to Route 29, includes Bridge Street, Ferry Street, Swan Street, Mount Hope Street and Canal Street. It also includes Curley Lane, Grants Alley and Washington Street.
  • ZONE TWO, WEDNESDAY PICK-UP – AUGUST 5. Includes Cottage Hill, Connaught Hill and Music Mountain.
  • ZONE THREE, THURSDAY PICK-UP –AUGUST 13. Begins at Church Street, runs north to Delaware Avenue.
  • ZONE FOUR, FRIDAY PICK-UP – AUGUST 14. Begins the north side of Delaware Avenue, runs north to Cherry Street, and includes Lamberts Hill and Blair Tract.
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Please be advised that the street sweeper will begin running again on Monday, July 27th, which means alternate side parking rules will be back into effect. This is at the request of a number of residents who raised concerns about the cleanliness conditions of various streets within Lambertville where the street sweeper had been paused to assist individuals working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.