BURN PERMITS ARE REQUIRED. 

TO OBTAIN A PERMIT TO BURN THIS SUMMER PLEASE CALL THE FIRE WARDEN.

GERRY NICK:  (802)  744 6160


NEWS & EVENTS:

DOG LICENSES:

All dogs 6 months of age and older must be licensed with the Town no later then April 1st of each year. 

A valid rabies certificate is required in order to license your dog.

If you have an unlicensed dog in your house, or have a new dog, please contact the Town Clerk's Office.

Dog License Fees:


Before April 1

(or new dog)

After April 1st
Spayed / Neutered
$9
$11
Not Spayed / Neutered
$13
$17


NOTICE

We wish to respect the public’s health in this troubled time. As of March 18, 2020, at 2:30 pm we are closing the town office to the public, but  there are some services that will be needed. We will still be in the Office behind locked doors between the hours of

9:00 am to 2:30 pm Mon-Thurs.

 However, if you do not require immediate assistance please attempt to do your business by phone (802-744-6559) or e-mail (cpion@lowelltown.org, pmatten@lowelltown.org.)

 DOG LICENSES – leave your payments and paperwork in the drop box to the right of the door.  Or send in the mail.  The April 1 deadline has been extended to April 30.
TAX BILLS – If you need a copy of your tax bill, please call or email.  We can email or fax to your tax preparer, or we can mail or email to you.


 LAND RECORD RESEARCH : we will allow by appointment only and will allow 2 researchers at a time.

 Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

The Animal Doctor will host a Rabies  Clinic for $15.00 per rabies vaccination on

Do to the COVID-19 the rabies clinic has been changed from March 21, 2020 to

SATURDAY- APRIL 18, 2020 ONLY

From 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M.

At the Lowell Fire Station 

​NOTE:

 The Due date of Dog Licensees will be extended to April 30, 2020 to compensate for this change. 


TOWN OF LOWELL
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS

 The Lowell Select Board would like to remind town residents that, despite the best efforts of the town road crew not to do so, sometimes items within the town highway right-of-way get damaged, either by snow removal or other highway maintenance equipment.  The town is not responsible for damages obtained within this 49 ½ foot right-of-way.  The Select Board is asking that residents beware before leaving or placing objects such as vehicles, fences, trees, signs, etc. within these boundaries.  Objects may be removed at the owner’s expense. 

 Lowell Select Board:   Richard Pion, Chm.
                           Alden Warner
                        Darren Pion