Lowell Housing Authority social media sites are managed by the Lowell Housing Authority.  Please note that any content posted on any Lowell Housing Authority social media site is considered Public Record.  The Lowell Housing Authority's social media sites are subject to third party terms of service, and as such a third party could collect personal information through a user's use of a social media site, that information may be disseminated by a third party, and such dissemination may not be governed or limited by any state, federal, or local law or policy applicable to the Authority. The Authority reserves the right to restrict or remove any content that is deemed inappropriate.

The Lowell Housing Authority's website utilizes Google Analytics and Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting to collect information on website traffic and visitor demographics.    The information gathered helps the agency understand and more effectively engage our visitors on our website and social media channels.  For more information about how Google uses data please visit: www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners.  Please note you may opt-out of Google Analytics Advertising Features by adjusting your ad settings and settings on your mobile apps.  For more information about opting-out please visit NAI at http://optout.networkadvertising.org/#!/ and/or Google opt-out options at  https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.   

 

The Lowell Housing Authority was founded in 1937 and throughout its history has proudly striven for and achieved the highest rating from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The LHA has served and continues to serve the residents of the City of Lowell in times of crisis, as well as in times of prosperity. From the time of its creation, the LHA has never wavered from its commitment to provide safe, affordable housing for the people who need it most. Neither has the LHA ever shirked its responsibilities or shied away from new ventures. The Lowell Housing Authority continues to reorganize itself in anticipation of the changing needs of the community it serves and continuing financial restraints of a public subsidy corporation.