BURN PERMITS ARE REQUIRED.
TO OBTAIN A PERMIT TO BURN THIS SUMMER PLEASE CALL THE FIRE WARDEN.
GERRY NICK: (802) 744 6160
NEWS & EVENTS:
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|
The Animal Doctor will host a Rabies Clinic for $15.00 per rabies vaccination on
SATURDAY- MARCH 24TH, 2018 ONLY
From 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M.
At the Lowell Fire Station
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.
LOWELL HISTORICAL SOCIETY SPRING LECTURE :
The Lowell Historical Society is pleased to announce we will be having our Spring lecture series again after the absence of a few years. On Wednesday May 23rd. at 6:30 at the Lowell School we will present Jess Robinson, State Archeologist who will speak on the Archaeological History of the Northeast Kingdom. Although not as numerous as other parts of New England a number of important pre Columbian artifacts have been found in the Northeast Kingdom, including Lowell. This lecture will tell about this and more.
The Lowell Historical Society’s yearly scholarships will again be offered to graduating Lowell Seniors attending any schooling and to be enrolling in any college. The award will be chosen among those submitting an essay on any aspect of Lowell history. You may base your essay on interviews with family, friends and residents, written sources like diaries, old newspapers and published books and from direct observation of remains of the past that you know in Lowell. Essays are due Monday May 14th and should be sent to Lowell Historical Society, Lowell Town Offices, 2170 Vermont Route 100 in Lowell or e mailed to email@example.com. The essay should be no less than 500 words. Any questions may be directed to Sam Thurston firstname.lastname@example.org