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Lowell

The City of Lowell was founded in 1826 as a planned industrial city and incorporated in 1836. With a population of 106,000, Lowell is the fourth largest community in the Commonwealth. Lowell follows a Plan E form of government with nine at-large City Councilors elected to serve two-year terms. The City Council elects a mayor from its members to serve as mayor and preside over the City Council and School Committee.  

City of Lowell website: www.lowellma.gov

City Council: (978) 970-4040

Name

Position

Edward Kennedy Jr.

Mayor

Daniel Rourke

Vice Chair

Corey Belanger

Councilor

Rodney Elliott

Councilor

John Leahy

Councilor

James Leary 

Councilor

Rita Mercier

Councilor

James Milinazzo

Councilor

William Samaras

Councilor

City Department Contacts:


Position

Name

Phone

City Manager

Kevin Murphy

978-970-4000

City Clerk

Michael Geary

978-970-4161

Assistant City Manager, Division of Planning & Development

Diane Tradd

978-446-7200

Interim Public Works Commissioner

Tom Bellegarde

978-970-3302

Superintendent of Parks and Open Spaces

Steve Purtell

978-970-4171

Superintendent of Police

William Taylor

978-937-3885

Fire Department Chief

Jeffrey Winward

978-459-5553

Chief Assessor

Susan LeMay

978-674-4200

Development Services Director

Eric Slagle

978-674-4144

Health Department Director

Kerran Vigroux

978-674-4010

Neighborhood Services Coordinator

Michael G. Demaras

978-674-4030

Treasurer/Collector

Cheryl Robertson

978-674-4222

Planning Board: (978) 446-7200


Name

Position

Thomas Linnehan

Chair

Joseph Boyle

Member

Richard Lockhart

Vice Chair

Robert Malavich

Member

Gerard Frechette

Member

Richard Snetsky

Associate Member

Conservation Commission: (978) 446-7200


Name

Position

F. Christopher Zacharer

 Chair

Louisa Varnum

Vice Chair

Katelyn Biedron

Member

Kevin P. Dillon

Member

William Lovely, Jr.

Member

Geoffrey McDonough

Member

Brian Toner

Member