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The City is pleased to notify residents that Elizabethtown Gas will be milling and paving (curb to curb in almost all sections) in Lambertville to restore several sections of roadway where gas work has been recently completed.

The Lambertville Municipal Utilities Authority has awarded a contract for work that involves the cleaning, inspection, and lining of 3 sections of sanitary sewers in the City.  The 3 areas include: N. Union Street between Delevan Street and York Street and Bridge Street and Church Street and Swan Street between S. Union Street and S. Franklin Street.

Update: The Route 29 Road Improvement Plan Press Conference is scheduled for tomorrow, September 10 at 2 pm in the parking lot of Zanya’s. 

Learn more about the project. 
The Lambertville Environmental Commission (LEC) is seeking nominations for its first-ever Green Innovator Award. In connection with the City’s Ditching Disposables initiative, the LEC has created the Green Innovator Award to recognize local businesses who embody the ideals of green business practices.  The group also seeks to encourage the ongoing efforts of local businesses to improve their sustainability practices with public recognition.  The first award will be nominated by and chosen by the public.  Examples of green practices that would make a business eligible for the award include, but are not limited to, use of reusable bags, compostable take-out containers, or a bring your own mug initiative.