A FUN CITY TO VISIT. A GREAT CITY TO LIVE.
PLEASE NOTE: Covid19 Update:
The following offers current State of Arkansas information on how to apply for assistance due to the due to the corona virus:
The City of Lowell is encouraging all visitors and residents to follow the directives of regional, state and national government. In an effort to contain the virus, it is recommended that only necessary travel be taken. It is our hope that we remain safe and pray for a speedy, safe solution.
Additionally, Lowell Mudtown Days has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Due to the severity of increases in Covid-19 cases, particular in Northwest Arkansas, the KCBS BBQ event scheduled for September 25 & 26 has been cancelled. It is with the utmost concern of public health and safety that the event be moved to a due date in 2021. We will announce that date shortly.
Now is the time to Discover Lowell!
Located in the heart of Arkansas’ 2-largest counties, Benton and Washington, Lowell is a growing, progressive city that provides an important array of services and amenities for the local region and the ever-evolving tourism industry in Northwest Arkansas. Over 13,000 people call Lowell home. Nearly 11 square miles of a diversified population boasts over 35 eating establishments, lodging, entertainment, shopping and recreational amenities.
Lowell is only minutes from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, The Arkansas Music Pavilion and Top Golf in Rogers and The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. The Razorback Regional Greenway includes over 37-miles of shared-use trails and runs right through the heart of Lowell. These area amenities as well as thousands of regional businesses help create a strong economy.
Lowell has a unique history dating back to the Civil War and the introduction of north and south railroad routes that continue to this day as a transportation mode for industry as well passenger railcar excursions from Rogers to Fort Smith traveling through the scenic Ozark National Forest.
Take time discover Lowell today. A beautiful journey in one of the country’s most beautiful states.
Lowell A&P Commission
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J.B. Hunt Senior Citizens Center
704 E. Monroe, Lowell – 479-365-2755
Razorback Regional Greenway – Lowell Section
to report problems please call 479-841-3046