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To qualify, a senior citizen must be (1) 65 years of age or older, (2) head of household, (3) must meet income eligibility requires as demonstrated by receiving one of the following: Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicaid or Mass Health, MA Fuel Assistance, or Property Tax Elderly Asset / Income Abatement Relief.
When doing so, please be sure to include your name, the name of the person on the cable account, the cable account number, your telephone number and address, and a clear description of the cable-related issue.
Residents of the City of Lowell, members of Lowell-based non-profit organizations, employees of Lowell businesses, and City of Lowell employees are eligible to use LTC services. This includes free use of TV production equipment and facilities, cable TV channel time, and training in TV production, video and media literacy, and Internet access. Anyone wishing to use LTC facilities must become a member of LTC, for a small annual fee.
For more information, including documents and maps to help determine if you property is located within on of the 11 review districts, please visit the Review Districts & Permitting page.
For permit applications and information, please visit the Review Districts & Permitting page.
To learn more about City Hall, please visit the Learn About Historical City Hall page.
Permits are good for 60 days. After 60 days, you will need to apply for, and pay for, another permit.
(Note: this process will also cover dumpsters to be temporarily placed on the row, street closings for festivals, and temporary sidewalk closures. This permit also covers the Commonwealth's Trench Permit Regulations)
For detailed information, go to the Engineering Division website.
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Yes there are convenience fees that are charged when paying online. When paying with an e-check for any bill it would be $0.40 per transaction. When paying with a credit/debit card fees can vary. Tax bills are subject to at least 2.95% of the total amount paid with a minimum of $1.00 per transaction. Water bills are subject to at least 3.5% of the total amount paid with a minimum of $3.95 per transaction.
City of Lowell Treasurer’s Office 375 Merrimack Street Lowell, MA 01852
Yes, although technically your debit card will be processed like a credit card, and you will not be asked to enter a pin number. The convenience fee is the same as credit cards, and it varies based upon the type of card, type of bill and payment amount. The exact convenience fee amount will be displayed during the payment process prior to submitting the payment.
Yes, we accept credit card payments in the office for tax bills and water bills only. Convenience fees will apply the same as if paying online.
When you receive an email notification that your bill is ready to paid, simply click on the “View Invoice or Pay Now” button. You will be directed to Biller’s “Pay and/or View Bills Online” site, powered by Invoice Cloud. Once there, you will be given the opportunity to register or make a One Time Payment. If you choose to register, you will be asked to provide a password and accept the terms and conditions to use the system. The payment information you enter in your profile will then be securely encrypted and saved for your next visit. You can go directly to the biller’s website and click on the “Pay or View your Bill” button. You will then be directed to the Biller’s “Pay and/or View Bills Online” site, powered by Invoice Cloud. Once there, you will need to locate your account and be given the opportunity to register or make an express payment. If you choose to register, you will be asked to provide a password and accept the terms and conditions to use the system. The payment information you enter in your profile will then be securely encrypted and saved for your next visit.
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