Living Life in Lowell ARbeing a community considered to be the center of Northwest Arkansas.Lowell is a shortcommute to anywhere inNorthwest Arkansaswhich offersincludesports, arts and theater, history, recreation, museums, shopping, and scenery.
Lowell is outstanding with 7,000 residents that enjoy living in a quiet community and is the World Headquarters of JB Hunt Transport, Arvest Bank Operations and Transplace to name a few.Some of the newerattractionsareWorld’s Gym and Fast Lanes Entertainment and Dining.Ward Nail Park is a 35-acre park which is home to the American Bicycle Association (ABA) accredited BMX tracks. The park also features a walking track and basketball courts with plans for future expansion.
Lowell has more than 1,500 acres of land available for developing.We have seen a 25% increase in the number of businesses in Lowell over the past three years. This will continue to increase as people find out how nice it is to do business in Lowell.
Lowell's average homeowner is 30 years old and the average household income is $56,000, the highest of any city in Northwest Arkansas!
Lowell has two elementary schools; high school students attend the Rogers High School and then off to either University of Arkansas, or the Northwest Arkansas Community College.
Lowell, Arkansas is a full of life city growing at a fast pace by the side of the rest of Northwest Arkansas, which is a great place to start a family or do business.