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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You can also check balances on your Tax and Utility account from this link
Utility bills are generated at the beginning of the months of February, April, June, August, October, & December and are due by the last day of that month.


2014 Adopted Master Plan

Temporary Housing Facility Adopted Ordinance - Effective March 2, 2016

Alden Ridge PUD Adopted Ordinance - Effective Mach 2, 2016


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



 


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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