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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Public Safety Millage Proposal
Lowell Charter Township is growing at a rapid rate and the cost of providing essential public services (such as firefighting, emergency rescue, police and other public safety services) has also increased significantly.  For example, the Township has received requests to add safety services such as tornado warning sirens and additional police patrols within the Township.  The Township Board has determined that the Township needs additional revenues to fund these increased public safety needs.

To obtain increased revenues for essential public services, the Township has placed a public safety millage on the ballot for the special election to be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.

The current authorized millage for Lowell Charter Township is established at 1.1 mills ($1.10 per $1,000 of taxable value) and has been reduced to .7631 mills ($.7631 per $1,000 of taxable value) pursuant to the required millage rollbacks.  If the voters pass the public safety millage request on November 5, 2019, the authorized millage for the Township would be increased by an additional 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value) annually for ten years (subject to rollbacks).  The millage (if passed) would raise an estimated $224,860 in the first year of the levy.  Pursuant to that estimate, a residential property within the Township with a taxable value of $100,000 would see an annual increase of approximately $100 in its property tax bill. 

If you desire to obtain any more information regarding the millage or the matters discussed above, please call Township officials at (616) 897-7600 or stop by the Township Hall at 2910 Alden Nash, Lowell, Michigan 49331 during business hours

Click here to view Drone photos of the new Lowell Charter Township Bridge.

Lowell Charter Township Bridge Project Photos


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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.


 

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Supervisor's Corner
  • Please contact Supervisor Hale by phone (897-7600) or email with any questions or comments.


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