Regional Profiles

GLWDBLogoLeftTight

The GLWDB provides services to 8 municipalities. The profiles below detail how we served them in the past three fiscal years:

Fiscal Year 2016

Fiscal Year 2015

Fiscal Year 2014

 

Additional Information

frblogo

The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston has created a powerful, time-saving, easy-to-use tool for people interested in the New England region. The tool uses census data to compare the demographic characteristics of lower-income and higher-income areas within a city.

http://www.bostonfed.org/commdev/data-resources/city-data/index.htm

census-logo

The United States Census Bureau QuickFacts Program provides quick, easy access to information about people, geography and business, by state, county and city.

http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/25000.html

GCIIlogo

Massachusetts Gateway Cities are midsize urban centers that anchor regional economies around the state. For generations, these communities were home to industry that offered residents good jobs and a “gateway” to the American Dream.

http://www.massinc.org/Programs/Gateway-Cities/About-the-Gateway-Cities.aspx

cityEmblem

The City of Lowell Economic Development Office hopes to plan and develop the city through Community Development, Economic Development, Housing and Energy, Lead Paint Abatement, Traffic and Transportation, and various planning projects and other services and financial assistance programs.

http://www.lowellma.gov/dpd/Pages/default.aspx