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The City of Lowell is proud to present: You Got Egged! (When being egged is a good thing!)
Due to COVID, we aren't able to put on our popular Easter Egg this year so we are bringing an Easter Egg Hunt to you!
Lowell Parks and Recreation ...
Leaf season is wrapped up for the City of Lowell, or maybe we should say it's now in the bag! The City will still collect leaves but they now must be bagged and placed by the curb for collection along with any other yard waster that you have, fro...
Spring Sports Registration is now open for t-ball, youth baseball, and adult kickball! Register online today!
T-Ball for ages 4-6
Baseball for ages 7-15
Adult kickball for ages 15-Adult
Registration is open from February 1-28. Baseball for ages 13-15 has an e...
Beginning March 1, 2021, the City of Lowell will stop collecting bulk trash on a weekly schedule and will begin collecting on a quarterly schedule.
The health and safety of our community is our number one priority and the City of Lowell wants to make sure that our community has accurate information to help prevent and prepare for COVID-19.
We are pleased to announce the City of Lowell has added a new payment option for your utility bills. You can now have your checking or savings account automatically drafted each month. There is no charge to the customer for this option.
The Lowell Parks and Recreation Department's role is to create a healthy community through diverse and innovative recreation programming.
Do you know someone who cares deeply about the future of Gaston County and who would be willing to participate in an effort to make the county great?
The Gaston Together organization and its community partners are preparing to kick off a process to set goa...
City of Lowell Winter 2021 Newsletter
City of Lowell Fall 2020 Newsletter
The City Manager's position provides a unique role in assisting the democratic functions of our representative's government.
The Lowell Police Department is responsible for the Public Safety within the city limits of the City of Lowell.
The Public Works Department provides several core services to the City of Lowell residents, which range anywhere from general maintenance to environmental protection.