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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Governing Body of the City of Lambertville will hold a special session on Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall located at 18 York Street, Lambertville, New Jersey. The Governing Body will go into closed session to discuss pending litigation and legal advice as it pertains to the acquisition of property related to COAH. Action may be taken.

Residents and business owners are invited to attend a Sustainable Business Forum hosted by the City of Lambertville Environmental Commission on July 31, 2019, from 1pm to 2pm, at the Phillip J. Pittore Justice Center on 25 South Union Street in Lambertville.  The purpose of the Sustainable Business Forum is to educate those who will be affected by the mandatory plastics ordinance that will go into effect beginning January 1st, 2020.  This program is being funded by the PSEG Foundation and the Sustainable Jersey Grants Program.

It is everyone's responsibility to ensure that items are disposed of in the proper place. Please review the following materials carefully and ensure that you are recycling properly.

Update: The Route 29 Road Improvement Plan Press Conference that was previously scheduled for August 21st is canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date. The work by NJ DOT to begin the re-striping and other traffic calming measures will begin on schedule, and the City anticipates crews to be out beginning on Wednesday August 21st, weather permitting. 

The City of Lambertville, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Transportation, is committed to making the streets of Lambertville safer for pedestrians and drivers alike.  The Route 29 Road Improvement Project aims to improve safety on Lambertville’s major artery by reducing the number of lanes on Route 29 from four to two. 

PHASE 1:  Re-striping

Planning: The Governing Body of the City conducted an open dialogue with the community to hear concerns, ideas, and opinions. COMPLETE

Permitting:  Project ownership has transferred from the City of Lambertville to the NJDOT.  Necessary permits and work orders being put in place so that work can begin CURRENT POINT

Construction: Beginning at the kickoff press conference on August 21st at 11am NJDOT will adjust and repaint Route 29 from the intersection of South Swan Street (north) to 351 South Main Street (Golden Ratio Acupuncture). 

For a detailed map of our plan, click the image to open a hi-res pdf of the project.  

Map - Click for PDF

Infographic about the Route 29 Road Improvement Project

Infographic - Click for PDF