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Concord Ranked 7th Best Capital City to Live In
Concord has been named as 2017's 7th Best State Capital in which to live, in a recent study conducted by WalletHub.com! Read on...
Rollins Park Tree Removal
The removal of approximately 200 insect-infested trees at Rollins Park is underway. There will be a neighborhood meeting at the park on April 20th, at 5:30 PM, to create a plan for the area. Read on...
The Big Bicycle Project
Artists of all levels are invited to participate in The Big Bicycle Project and create an original sculpture from bicycle parts or decorate a bicycle. The finished sculptures will be on display Downtown and around Concord in the spring and summer of 2017. Read on...
Everett Arena Ice Skating Hours
The last public ice skating sessions for the season will be... Read on...
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Spotlight on the Capital
Drought conditions in Concord remain severe.  Recent snowfall has helped  prevent further drought intensification, but is still not enough precipitation to declare any improvement.  Concord's annual precipitation levels were short 7.54 inches for 2016.  Water customers should continue to use water wisely.  Watch the video below for an overview of the 2016 drought conditions and visit www.concordnh.gov/water to learn about long-term solutions to help conserve the community's water resources.  We thank you for your cooperation to conserve. 




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