BURN PERMITS ARE REQUIRED.
TO OBTAIN A PERMIT TO BURN THIS SUMMER PLEASE CALL THE FIRE WARDEN.
GERRY NICK: (802) 744 6160
NEWS & EVENTS:
NOTICE OF REOPENING THE TOWN OFFICE:
The Lowell Town Clerk’s office will reopen to the public on May 18, 2020. We will still be taking lots of precautions. When you enter the building, you will only be aloud to go as far as the sliding glass window, which has a sneeze guard for your’ s and our protection. We do ask that if you are sick or showing signs of being sick, please DO NOT ENTER the building.
NOTE TO RESEARCHERS: WE ARE ONLY ALLOWING ONE AT A TIME BY APPOINTMENT ONLY FOR THE TIME BEING.
Please continue to call the office if you have any Questions.
(802) 744-6559 or Email: email@example.com
Christy M. Pion
UPDATE ON RABIES CLINIC
The Animal Doctor will NOT be hosting a dog clinic in Lowell after all due to the COVID-19 extension to “stay safe at home” and to “practice safe distancing”
They will try to host another clinic at their office in MAY if all goes well.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Town Clerk’s Office will still be waiving all late fee’s until April 30, 2020 to help compensate for the inconvenience of this change.
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
Town of Lowell Tire Event:
MAY 16, 2020
TIRE COLLECTION EVENT CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
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|
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.