April 27, 2018
116 Broadway St
April 27, 2018
45 Green Street
May 2, 2018
3 Bicentennial Square
May 5, 2018
45 Green Street
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May 19, 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ Douglas N. Everett Arena
Annual Kiwanis Club of Concord Spring Fair. Amusement rides and games.
April 17, 6:30 AM - May 26, 3:00 PM
The Highway and Utilities Division of Concord General Services will begin it’s annual hydrant flushing throughout Concord Monday, April 17, 2017. For the next several weeks, there will be three crews going out to scheduled areas to flush hydrants to remove any sediment from water distribution pipes. This process helps maintain Concord’s water quality and also check water pressure. Residents should avoid doing laundry when hydrant flushing is occurring in their area. Concord water consumers may experience low pressure and discoloration during their scheduled flushing time. If discoloration occurs, run your tap water on cold until the water runs clear. Be sure to visit www.concordnh.gov/springoperations for a new flushing schedule each week indicating the impacted areas.
April 24, 7:00 AM - June 3, 2:00 PM
Spring Leaf Collection will begin Monday, April 24, 2017. Concord residents with curbside trash and recycling collection can place leaves and grass clippings to their curb by 7:00 a.m. on their trash collection day. Leaves must be in biodegradable yard waste bags or labeled rigid containers. Unacceptable items, including plastic bags, will not be collected. Residents can also bring leaves to Earth Materials Recycling Center. Find more information at www.concordnh.gov/leafcollection.
May 15 - May 19
Infrastructure Week is an annual event hosted by the Infrastructure Week organization to promote the importance of investing in infrastructure. Infrastructure is vital to providing communities with basic resources, such as water, sewer, roads, bridges, railways, airports, energy, and broadband. Infrastructure is the foundation of public safety, jobs, quality of life, and even national security – yet, the nation’s infrastructure is in need of improved maintenance and system upgrades to meet existing needs. Although Concord remains on the path as a leading community in New Hampshire to invest in infrastructure, the community is encouraged to remember the importance of infrastructure and to advocate for infrastructure investment. Find more information at www.concordnh.gov/generalservices.
May 19, 9:50 AM - 12:00 PM @ At the corner of Capitol Street and North State Street (behind the NH State House, to the left of the NH Legislative Office Building).
May 19, 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Capitol Street from Green Street to North State Street and North State Street from School Street to Centre Street
For meetings held in the City Council Chambers, any person who is unable to access the upper level of the Council Chambers to address the City Council or any other public body may use the podium and/or microphone located at the lower level of the Council Chambers. Other reasonable accommodations may be available upon request.
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