The City of Lowell's Election and Census Commission manages and conducts all aspects of the voting process for municipal, state, and federal elections within the City of Lowell. Throughout the year, the Election Office registers voters and provides voter lists and other public information, and maintains a list of trained temporary poll workers and wardens to staff each polling location.
There has been a second confirmed case of measles in the Greater Lowell community. The patient was present in the community during their infectious period. This means if you live in Lowell or the surrounding communities, you could have been exposed. Read on...
Learn more about the Election and Census Office by visiting our pages located in the left hand column of this page.
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City of Lowell 2017 Annual Street Listing
The General Laws of Massachusetts mandate an annual street listing of residents as of January 1st each year (M.G.L. ch. 51§ 4). The Lowell Election Commission sends out census forms to every household in Lowell each year, in January or February. Forms are due back to our office within 10 days.