Notice

The Town of Lowell, Vermont is seeking additional members to its Planning Board/Board of Adjustment (Zoning Board).  Members are appointed by the Selectboard.
 
Duties include but are not limited to once monthly meetings with occasional outside of meeting hours, updating the Town Plan every 5 years, ruling on variances, participating in any studies and plans the state requests and rewriting zoning by laws if needed.

 For more information and to schedule an appointment to meet with the Selectboard please call Christy Pion, Lowell Town Clerk, at (802) 744-6559, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 9 to 5 or Zoning Board member Sam Thurston at (802) 744-6859

BURN PERMITS ARE REQUIRED. 

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

FIRE WARDEN: GERRY NICK:  (802)  744-6160

DEPUTY FIRE WARDEN: MARC SICOTTE: (802) 744-2446


NEWS & EVENTS:

TOWN OF LOWELL RECYCLING -2021 

Due to the conflict of Christmas and New Year’s falling on our normal recycling days the Lowell Selectboard and the Recycling Attendant have changed the days the recycling will be open for the next 2 weeks. The Recycling will be open Friday, December 24th and Friday, December 31st from 8 am to 12 pm. Sorry if this causes any inconvenience.

 

The Lowell Selectboard

and Recycling Attendant

NOTICE!!

ATV PERMITS ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED IN LOWELL. WE JUST ASK THAT YOU FOLLOW VASA RULES AND VASA DATES OF TRAIL USE.

DOG LICENSES:

All dogs 6 months to a year and older must be licensed with the Town no later than 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



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:   Alden Warner, Chm.
                         Darren Pion
                                   Wayne Richardson