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.

The City is committed to ensuring all public meetings are open to all members of the public and safe. Due to the increased risk of COVID-19 transmission, especially to particularly vulnerable residents, we cannot ensure public safety at large public meetings. Understanding the upcoming voting session meeting has important action items such as the budget introduction and elements to our affordable housing plans, we feel it is vital that we provide the opportunity for all of our residents to participate. 

We made the difficult decision to postpone our upcoming meeting in order to limit large gatherings, per CDC, state and county recommendations, to protect the health and wellness of our community. The important action items referenced above will be considered at the next Governing Body meeting, at which time the public will have an opportunity to participate. 

Please see the updated Governing Body meeting schedule below. We will share any additional changes if they are made:

  • March 19th City Council Voting Session: Canceled
  • April 7th City Council Meeting: Changed to voting session with March 19th agenda
  • April 23rd City Council Meeting: Changed to working session
This schedule is subject to change upon guidance from the CDC, the State of NJ, or the County DOH.

This link is being provided to you for additional information on CDC Guidance: ​


Julia Fahl

Mayor of Lambertville