Lowell Charter Township is located in the Southeastern section of Kent County, approximately 30 miles from downtown Grand Rapids.

Lowell Charter Township is a zoned community and our township officials have worked diligently to preserve the natural resources and open spaces of our beautiful township while giving homeowners and business owners the kinds of services they would expect from a modern and growing community.


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Tax payments accepted July 1 – Feb.23


2014 Adopted Master Plan

Temporary Housing Facility Adopted Ordinance - Effective March 2, 2016

Alden Ridge PUD Adopted Ordinance - Effective Mach 2, 2016


LOWELL CHARTER TOWNSHIP BUDGET HEARING NOTICE

Please take notice that there will be a budget hearing on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 followed by a regular meeting of the Lowell Township Board. The hearing will be held at 7:00 PM at the Lowell Township Hall, 2910 Alden Nash SE, Lowell, MI 49331. At such time, in accordance with the law, a budget covering proposed expenditures and estimated revenues of the Township shall be submitted for consideration. Copies of the proposed budget are available at the Township Hall during regular office hours or on the Township's website - www.twp.lowell.mi.us. Linda S. Regan, Clerk

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Quicklinks:


Backflow Preventer Test Report


VOTER INFORMATION FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE: Helpful information about voting and voter registration can be found at Michigan Secretary of State Voter Information Center.


Freedom of Information Policy

 

 

Township News:
Township Board
Agenda
Planning Commission
Agenda
ZBA Agenda

LOWELL CHARTER TOWNSHIP HOURS

MONDAY, TUESDAY - 9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM
THURSDAY - 9:00 AM TO 1:00 PM

CLOSED
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY


Click here for 2015/2016 Adopted Budget

Click here for Adopted Budget 2014/2015


Click here for the 2016 Consumer Confidence Report

Click here for the 2015 Consumer Confidence Report

Click here for the 2014 Consumer Confidence Report

Click here for the 2013 Consumer Confidence Report

Click here for the 2012 Consumer Confidence Report


FROM THE OFFICE OF ORDINANCE ENFORCEMENTOctober-November

4.20 (b) Parking and Storage of Recreation Vehicles in All Zoning Districts. Recreational vehicles and equipment which do not exceed 30 feet in length, as measured from the front of the vehicle or front tongue of the trailer to the rear of the vehicle or trailer, may be parked or stored only in the driveway of a lot containing an occupied dwelling unit from May 1 through November 30. Recreational vehicles and equipment which exceed 30 feet in length shall only be parked in the driveway of a lot containing an occupied dwelling unit for no more than 72 consecutive hours within a seven day period and then only for the limited purpose of loading, unloading, and cleaning. Recreational vehicles and equipment may be parked or stored in the side and rear yards but no closer than five feet to a side or rear lot line.

 


Supervisor's Corner
  • If you want to burn trash or yard waste, you must call Lowell Fire Chief Frank Martin at 897-7354 for a burn permit.
  • Please contact Supervisor Hale by phone (897-7600) or email with any questions or comments.


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