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Tuesday: 9-7:30
Friday: 9-12:30


18 York Street
Lambertville, NJ  08530 


Upcoming Meetings & Dial-in Information

Link and call-in information for upcoming meetings

Upcoming Meetings

3 Oct
Municipal Utilities Authority Meeting
Date 10.03.2023 6:00 pm
4 Oct
Municipal Court
10.04.2023 1:00 pm
4 Oct
[Cancelled] Planning Board Regular Meeting
10.04.2023 7:00 pm
5 Oct
Mayor & Council Work Session
10.05.2023 7:00 pm
9 Oct
Human Rights Council Meeting
10.09.2023 7:00 pm
 Click on the meeting title to access meeting documents & virtual login information when available. 

In-person Meetings

Beginning June 1, 2021, all meetings of the Governing Body, Boards and Commissions will be in-person.

The upcoming meetings below have virtual login information available

Accessing Virtual City Meetings - a resource guide for the public

Due to social distancing and stay-at-home orders from the state, the City is required to replace its in-person meetings with virtual ones. This state mandate is in place to protect public health. We have created this resource page to help ensure the public stays informed and engaged about everything happening in your City government. If you are looking for updates on COVID-19, click here.

Why virtual meetings?

The State has issued specific guidance to reduce public gatherings in order to contain the spread of COVID-19. Public bodies throughout the State are now required to move their meetings to virtual only. These virtual meetings will be in place as long as State public health guidelines require it.

What about OPMA?

The State Legislature, along with the Governor and Department of Community Affairs have updated the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA) to allow for virtual public meetings. Even the New Jersey Legislature is meeting virtually at this time. These updates still require meetings to be accessible to the public. The City of Lambertville is committed to providing access to everyone through video conferencing and conference calls, and will be using this page as a resource for residents.

How long will this last?

Unfortunately, we do not know how long this will last, however, public health experts estimate it could be months before public gatherings are permitted. Every public body around the state is wrestling with these challenges. The City will be working to create a multi-month plan to keep our City government functioning and business moving through virtual means while ensuring the public can participate. We, of course, hope to return to in-person public meetings as soon as possible while protecting public health.

How to use Zoom & Access Virtual Meetings

You can find written instructions here (en español) or watch the video below: