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LPS = 75  \ District Overall = 75
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Lambertville City Announcements



PENNEAST PIPELINE The City continues to take proactive steps to stop the construction of the PennEast Pipeline. Mayor Del Vecchio and the Council recently enlisted SUEZ Water as an official intervenor with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission(FERC), opposing the project, and coordinated with US Fish and Wildlife on its declared opposition as well.  Councilman Ward Sanders was one of the speakers at a statehouse media conference and at a rally at the Trenton War Memorial, declaring his and the City’s strong objections to this threat to our water supply and natural environment. To better coordinate all the efforts in this area, the City formed the PennEast Pipeline Committee, which includes public members Sue Begent, Kelly Kappler, Kim Nage, Mike Spille and Jeff Tittele;  members of the Environmental Commission, Gina Frischetti, Filomena Hengst, and Lauren Rosenthal McManus; Mayor Del Vecchio  and Councilman Sanders.  One of the first municipalities to pass a resolution against the pipeline, Lambertville is also an official intervenor, standing up in opposition to the project.


FROM MAYOR DELVECCHIO: The vandalism that occurred in Cavallo Park and at numerous residences across the City is not just despicable, it is criminal. To see the person or persons responsible for these acts brought to justice, I have authorized the City to offer a reward of $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of the person. Anyone with information into these crimes is urged to call the Lambertville Police at 609-397-3132.

UPDATE: Lambertville Police Department is attempting to identify the above subject who is wanted in connection with a criminal mischief (graffiti) that occurred on 9/10/16.  Also pictured is the suspect’s alleged “tag”.  He may also be involved in other acts of vandalism that have occurred throughout the City.  The subject is described as white male, approximately 5’10”, light brown hair.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the department at 609-397-3132.

To view the photos, click here:   Photo 1    Photo 2

TAX COLLECTOR SCHEDULE: The Tax Collector will be in the office on Tuesday, September 20th instead of Thursday, September 22, 2016. Thank you!

: If you are interested in signing up for the Third Can Recycling Program, please complete the form (click here for the form) and return it to City Hall with your check in the amount of $45! The program is slated to begin on March 1st and is limited to the first 100 residents who sign up.

: The general code of the City of Lambertville is now online. The direct link to access the Code is:

Please note that the Zoning Ordinances are in the process of being codified.

: You can now look up the status of your tax payments! If you don't know your block and lot number, you can do the search by your address. Follow this link: Tax Payment Status

About Us

The mission of the Lambertville Public School is to prepare all students to be capable, contributing and caring participants in a changing world.

SHRSD Campuses

  • Lambertville Public School

  • Phone: 609.397.0183
  • Stockton Borough School

  • Phone: 609.397.9023
  • West Amwell Elementary School

  • Phone: 609.397.0819
  • South Hunterdon Regional High School

  • Phone: 609.397.2060
  • District Office

  • Phone: 609.397.1888