Lowell Parks Department
The Lowell Parks and Recreation Department will continually strive to serve as the center of their community by providing all citizens with positive leisure and recreational experiences which significantly contributed to increased life satisfaction and appreciation of the Town of Lowell. We will work to create partnerships with area businesses and civic organizations in order to gain support for and market our programs. Our programs will maintain the highest level of quality while providing our participants with leadership and guidance in the physical, mental, and spiritual components of life. This leadership and guidance will be administered by a Parks Department, which consists of hard working, dedicated, and knowledgeable individuals, which model an exemplary lifestyle to the community.
ALL REGISTRATION IS ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS!!
RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT REGISTRATION & FEES
Lowell town residents, through town property taxes, contribute substantially to support facilities and programs offered by the Lowell Parks Dept. Non-residents, however, are commonly asked to pay an additional amount so they contribute equally with those town residents. We appreciate non-residents understanding on this situation. A town resident is anyone who lives within the town limits of Lowell. ie: a resident pays a water bill to the Town of Lowell a non-resident does not.
Residency Rates for Freedom Park Pertaining to Shelters, Dog Park Memberships and Programs hosted within Freedom Park are as follows. Anyone paying a Lowell Water Bill or residing in West Creek or Cedar Creek Township will be considered a resident and pay the residency rate.
Director of Parks: Mindi Arnold-Buchler
Recreation Director: Cyndi Hughes