Mr. DelVecchio is in the beginning of his seventh term as Mayor of the City of Lambertville. His accomplishments are many and include the implementation of preservation of the historical integrity of buildings in the central business district, development of an innovative traffic calming plan, revitalization of abandoned factories for new businesses and the creation of a redevelopment area in the City of Lambertville. DelVecchio was named Mayor of the Year by DARE New Jersey in recognition of Lambertville’s anti-drug education efforts. He recently served as President of the New Jersey League of Municipalities and 2nd Vice President of the New Jersey Conference of Mayors. 

David serves the community in several ways through his membership on Planning Board, the Hunterdon County Democratic Committee, and serves as Chairman of the Delaware River Canal Commission. 

He is the Director of Business Development for Jingoli and Sons, Inc. David previously served in state government as a Senior Executive for Economic Development and as Director of Intergovernmental Relations and is a graduate of Rutgers University. 

I believe what truly makes Lambertville a place we are all proud to call home is its sense of community -- the caring and friendliness we extend to each other -- and all who visit our city.


My major initiatives for this year include continuing to hold the line on taxes, standing up against the PennEast Pipeline, expanding our Third Can Recycling program, securing state funding for the Swan Creek Flood Control Project, adding 150 parking spaces at the Canal, constructing a park at the northern end of the City and reconstructing Clinton and Upper Ferry Streets. Read more about my priorities by clicking here for my State of the City Address.

2018 State of The City Address

Date Published: 01/02/2018

Good afternoon and a happy new year to you all.

I thank you for joining us here for our annual reorganization of the Governing Body as well as the boards and commissions of our City. 

I want to recognize our Council-- Council President Stegman, Councilwoman Asaro, Councilman Sanders, and Councilwoman Warner.  Their strong voices, good ideas, and active cooperation make the work of governing not only productive, but enjoyable—at least most of the time.
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