Learn about Community Development in Lambertville

The City has a number of pressing challenges that it must address, including municipal debt service, affordable housing obligations, maintenance of City facilities, and more. We have created a resource page which contains information from our Community Development Fair, as well as last year's budget information and new updates. We hope you find the information on this page a useful resource. Check back often, as we will update this page with new events and information. 

Lambertville News & Announcements

Canal Maintenance Update

Date Published: 04/01/2020

The City has been advised by the NJWSA that the City's requested plan to have native species of plants along the Canal as part of the NJWSA's broader maintenance plans has been adopted and awarded to Torsiolieri, Inc of Gladstone, NJ. They will likely begin that work this or next week, and the work is expected to several days to complete. Any additional information will be added here if it is made available. 

Census Day 2020 - April 1

Date Published: 04/01/2020

Forget April Fools Day -- today is National Census Day! If you have not done so already, you can fill out your Census online at my2020census.gov or call (844)330-2020. If you are stuck at home due to social distancing, responding to the Census is the perfect way to stay civically engaged. As of March 30th, only 36.5% of New Jersey households have self-responded to the Census! We need your help in making sure Lambertville is fully counted!  Stay safe and be counted!

Lambertville MUA - Conference Call Meeting

Date Published: 03/30/2020

The 4/7/2020 Lambertivlle MUA meeting will be conducted via conference call. 
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SNAP Recipients will receive enhanced benefits - NJ Dept of Human Services

Date Published: 03/30/2020

On March 27, 2020 NJ Dept of Human Services announced that New Jerseyans who receive food assistance through the NJ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will receive extra benefits on Sunday March 29, 2020 and their benefits will be higher in April to help address critical food needs related to  the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Census 2020

Date Published: 03/19/2020

On 3/12/20, U.S. Census Bureau Mailers were sent out across the state and to your home in Lambertville! Keep an eye on your mail for instructions on how to complete the #Census form. It is vitally important that we count EVERYONE in Lambertville and New Jersey to make sure we receive all of the federal funding and representation we deserve. Learn more here: CENSUS.NJ.GOV – and don’t forget to FILL IT OUT as soon as possible!
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Lambertville Free Public Library

Date Published: 03/18/2020

The LFPL Board of Trustees met in public session on Tuesday, 17 March 2020, at 7pm.   The Board realizes that our staff is our greatest asset, and our first concern is for the safety of our staff. The Board reviewed the current local situation regarding the coronavirus.  Following the Hunterdon County declaration of a state of emergency, and the closure of Hunterdon County libraries, the LFPL Board of Trustees has decided to exercise caution and close the Lambertville Library until further notice.
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An important Message from Mayor Fahl City of Lambertville

Date Published: 03/12/2020

Dear Residents and Businesses:

Based on public health and safety recommendations from Governor Murphy, the Hunterdon County Department of Health, and the CDC, Lambertville’s Governing Body has chosen to postpone its March voting session.
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Business Round Table Meeting Cancelled

Date Published: 03/11/2020

The Business Round Table Meetings that were scheduled for Saturday March 14, 2020 and Tuesday March 31st have been canceled due to low attendance response. When these meetings are rescheduled we will post it accordingly. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and hope to update you soon!

The Board of the Lambertville Free and Public Library oversees the operations and programs of the library to maintain its accessibility to all residents and its place in the City’s cultural heritage.