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

2020 Census - Time is Running Out!

Date Published: 09/16/2020

Don’t put it off! If we’re not all counted, we won’t get the money our communities need for schools, jobs, housing, and more.

Visit https://2020census.gov/en.html

Lambertville Police Department - Halloween Guidelines

Date Published: 09/11/2020

The City of Lambertville Police Department works to protect public safety and has been key stakeholder in the City's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Department is issuing guidance for the City's annual celebration of Halloween to minimize large crowds, limit person-to-person interactions, and keep every citizen's health and safety as its top priority.  These guidelines will be posted on the City's website, placed at City Hall, and emailed out through the City's listserv.
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Regional Power Outages

Date Published: 09/03/2020

We are experiencing some regional power outages. We expect homes on the south end of Lambertville to have some loss of power. If you are experiencing a power outage, please report it to JCPL. Read more ...

City of Lambertville Announces Discussion Regarding Business Administrator Shared Service

Date Published: 09/02/2020

The City of Lambertville is excited to announce its first step in a potential new shared service partnership with Flemington Borough through the Business Administrator (BA) role.  Lambertville will act as the lead agency in the search, selection, and employment of the Business Administrator and this new shared service.  The two municipalities will enjoy the benefit of an experienced professional in the BA role as well as reduced costs by sharing the related expense.
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George Street Bid Opening

Date Published: 07/30/2020

Bid documents are available by clicking the links below. 
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City of Lambertville Announces Leadership Transition

Date Published: 07/29/2020

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
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8-4-2020 Lambertville MUA Meeting Notice

Date Published: 07/23/2020

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 www.lambertvillemua.com and the City of Lambertville’s website at www.lambertvillenj.org.
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Final Reminder: Street Sweeper and Alternate Side Parking Rules Resume July 27th.

Date Published: 07/22/2020

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. 
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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.