The LFPL Board of Trustees met in public session on Tuesday, 17 March 2020, at 7pm.   The Board realizes that our staff is our greatest asset, and our first concern is for the safety of our staff. The Board reviewed the current local situation regarding the coronavirus.  Following the Hunterdon County declaration of a state of emergency, and the closure of Hunterdon County libraries, the LFPL Board of Trustees has decided to exercise caution and close the Lambertville Library until further notice.

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.

Find general information and important updates about COVID-19 Coronavirus from the CDC

At this time, the City recommends members of the public familiarize themselves with the information provided by the CDC about the Coronavirus and how to stay healthy. You can find their latest information and updates online: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/summary.html. If any local conditions exist that require additional information, it will be posted here. Please see attached information for more guidance from the CDC.

The Business Round Table Meetings that were scheduled for Saturday March 14, 2020 and Tuesday March 31st have been canceled due to low attendance response. When these meetings are rescheduled we will post it accordingly. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and hope to update you soon!
The following is an update from the Park Service that the City is distributing to the community. Please follow up directly with the Bulls Island Office for questions/concerns.