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Concord General Services provides the City of Concord with public works such as street maintenance, trash and recycling, water treatment, wastewater treatment, public properties, equipment services, water billing, and the Douglas N. Everett Arena. 

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National Public Works Week

City of Concord Mayor, Jim Bouley, has signed a proclamation to declare May 20-26, 2018 as this year’s National Public Works Week for Concord, New Hampshire in recognition of the contributions of public works employees. The American Public Works Association’s theme for this year, "the Power of Public Works," celebrates the impact of the many facets public works provides to determine a community’s quality of life. Public works professionals contribute services that are indispensable to our way of life. We proudly service the City of Concord’s with public works. These services provide resources to the Concord community that we have grown accustomed to having every day. Celebrate the importance of public works services with us during National Public Works Week!

Concord General Services Divisions

Routine maintenance and inspections are performed on City vehicles and equipment to keep the City's fleet safe and in serviceable condition.

City owned and public community facilities are maintained to keep areas clean, safe, and in operable condition. Some of the public properties maintained include the Municipal Complex, community centers, community swimming pools, parking garages, and the Douglas N. Everett Arena (municipal arena managed within this division). 

Street maintenance, road repairs, paving, sign maintenance, sidewalks, water distribution, sewer collection, snow plowing, dead animal removal, fall leaf collection, and the Sustainable Tree Program are all some of the responsibilities of the Highways and Utilities Division. Street lights are maintained by Unitil and traffic lights are maintained by Concord Fire Department. 

The City of Concord contracts trash and recycling services with Casella. The City uses a pay-as-you-throw program for curbside trash collection to encourage the practice of reducing waste and increasing recycling. Recycling is single-stream and does not need to be sorted for curbside collection. 

Concord water is sourced from Penacook Lake, treated at our Water Treatment Plant, and distributed throughout the city to provide drinking water that exceeds EPA standards. Residents connected to the City's water distribution system pay for these services through their utility bill.

The City's sewer collection system collects and delivers all wastewater to our wastewater treatment facilities. Wastewater is processed to protect the community's health and environment. Water and biosolids are recovered through this process to provide sustainable practices. Residents connected to the City's sewer system pay for these services through their utility bill.

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Chip Chesley

311 N. State St.
Concord, NH 03301

Operations Hours:
6:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Administration Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Phone: 603-228-2737
Fax:     603-224-6729
Mon, Apr. 23 - Sat, Jun. 2

Mon, May 28 - Sat, Jun. 2

Wed, Jul. 4 - Sat, Jul. 7

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News Flash
Concord Hydrant Flushing
Water customers may experience low water pressure and discoloration within the next several weeks as crews flush hydrants in different scheduled areas. Avoid doing laundry and run the tap on cold if discoloration occurs when flushing occurs in your area.. Read on...
Concord Spring Leaf Collection
Spring Leaf Collection has started and will continue through June 2, 2018. Residents with curbside trash collection can place an unlimited amount of leaves curbside by 7:00 a.m. on their trash collection day during the six week program. More information.. Read on...
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