1. Temporary expanded outdoor dining-news flash

    Temporary Expanded Outdoor Dining

    During their February meeting, City Council approved the renewal of temporary expanded outdoor dining once again in Concord. The 2021 season runs from April 1 through November 15. An application is available online. Read on...
  2. Public Hearing Notice

    Public Hearing Notice: April City Council Meeting

    The Concord City Council will hold a Public Hearing during Council’s regular teleconference meeting on Monday April 12, 2021, at 7 p.m. to receive public comments pertaining to rezoning requests. Read on...
  3. Public Hearing Notice (1)

    Public Hearing Notice: April Planning Board Meeting

    The Planning Board will consider & receive public comments relative to the amendment of Article 28-7, Access, Circulation, Parking & Loading to allow stacking for multiple drive through ordering stations to count towards the total required. Read on...
  4. Neighborhood Street Paving Program - news flash

    Neighborhood Street Paving Program

    Neighborhood Street Paving Program work is weather permitting. Streets will be closed to through traffic & emergency vehicles 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Residents who live on the street will have access to their homes. On-street parking prohibited 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Read on...
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    Washington Street Bridge Rehabilitation

    Work began on the Washington St. Bridge on 3/22. The bridge will remain open to traffic during phase 1-residents utilizing Washington St. should expect brief delays. Phase 2 of the work will start in May-the bridge will be closed for approx. 12 weeks. Read on...
  6. Weatherize Concord

    Weatherize Concord Launches

    The City of Concord is pleased to announce the launch of Weatherize Concord, a campaign to increase participation by Concord homes and businesses in weatherization and energy efficiency programs. Read on...
  7. hydrant flushing

    Hydrant Flushing

    Hydrant flushing begins Monday, April 5 and will continue for several weeks. Water customers may experience low pressure & discoloration during flushing and should avoid doing laundry. View schedules to see when areas are scheduled for flushing. Read on...
  8. Road Load Limits Lifted Picture

    Road Load Limits Lifted

    Spring road load limits are officially lifted. Warmer temperatures have allowed road conditions to dry out and stabilize. Heavy vehicles may resume travel and no longer need to seek travel permissions. Read on...
  9. Boat Regs (1)

    Boat Registrations

    The City of Concord can process boat registrations effective April 1, 2021. New boat registrations and renewals can be processed in the Collections Office at 41 Green Street during regular business hours for residents and non-residents. Read on...
  10. Face Coverings Required

    Face Coverings Ordinance

    City Council passed a face coverings ordinance, effective through June 1, 2021. Customers (5+) are required to wear a face covering at all times when inside a retail establishment. Read on...
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