Author: ccummings@lowellnc.com

Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan Survey

We need your help! Cleveland, Gaston, and Lincoln Counties and the municipalities within the counties are working together to become less vulnerable to disasters, and your participation in the process is important to us! The counties, along with local jurisdictions and other partners, are working to update the multi-jurisdictional Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan. This plan … Continued

City of Lowell’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Projects

How did Lowell select projects to fund? Projects were identified by City of Lowell staff and City Council using the City Council’s Strategic Vision, which includes the following goals: Continuously improve and expand water, sewer, and stormwater infrastructure Continuously improve and expand City streets and sidewalks Develop and update public facilities Enhance multi-generational Parks and … Continued

Temporary Road Closure Notice: S. Church St.

Update on 3/14/24: Great news! S. Church Street has reopened! Contractors have completed the essential repairs and extensions to the water/sewer/stormwater utilities ahead of schedule. 🔔 TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE 🔔 Starting March 4th, S. Church Street, from the I-85 bridge to Cobb Street, will be closed for two weeks due to essential repairs and extensions to … Continued

AARP Foundation program provides free tax prep help to all

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Opens Nationwide Program Provides Free Tax Prep Help to All   WASHINGTON—AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is providing free in-person and virtual tax assistance and preparation now through April 15. The nation’s largest free, volunteer-based tax assistance and preparation program helped secure more than $1.1 billion in refunds for more than 1.5 million taxpayers … Continued

Lead and Copper Plumbing Customer Survey

Is your house located in the City of Lowell and built before 1987? If so, we need your help! To comply with the EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule, the City of Lowell must gather information about the plumbing in our water customers’ homes. Please take a look at the water supply pipes in your home … Continued

Segment of Birch Street determined in 2021 to not be a public right of way

City staff have received notification that a property owner will be placing bollards at the entrances to his property to protect the property from reoccurring illegal dumping. One of his property entrances is in the 700 block of W. First Street, with another entrance at Birch Street and Potts Street. These two entrances created an … Continued

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