Capital Improvement Projects
Please review the links for updates for several of our CIP projects. The City of Concord CIP's are updated annually during the annual budget process. Many of our approved CIP are funded by a combination of funds: General Obligation Bonds, grants and private donations. For CIP projects funded in part by private donations the city sets up a non lapsing fund just for the project and all donations are approved by City Council. In addition we often work with local non profits who are support our CIP projects, they can also collect donations and then are given to the City once all funds are collected. Again City Council approves these donations prior to the city moving forward with a project.
CIP 51 White Park
Multi Purpose Recreation Building at White Park:(Skate House, funded in part with private donations and City funding)
New Monkey Around Playground: This project is in partnership with the Friends of White Park. In addition of City funds this project will rely on private donations and grants. Donations can be given to the Parks and Recreation Department or to the Friends of White Park.
White Park Pond Restoration.
CIP 52 Keach Park
FY23 Mini Soccer Pitch and LED lights - opened summer 2023
For more information about what a mini soccer pitch is, please visit: https://ussoccerfoundation.org/programs/safe-places-to-play-mini-pitches/
FY24 Athletic lights on one soccer field
CIP 55 Rolfe Park
FY22 Building six standalone pickleball courts $90,000 Completed
FY23 LED light upgrades
CIP 56 Rollins Park
Rollins Park Tree replanting
FY22 Full renovation of basketball and tennis courts. $135,000 Completed
FY23 LED light upgrades
CIP 59 Terrill Park
Terrill Master Park Design Park is fully designed and permitted
CIP60 Kiwanis Riverfront Park
FY23 Visioning Charlette
FY24 Final Design and Permitting of new master plan
CIP 443 City Wide Community Center
CIP 443 New Community Center
CIP 515 Winter Recreation at Golf Course
This CIP handles outdoor winter recreation at the course (cross-country skiing)
CIP528 Pocket Parks
FY22 Thompson Park make over - underway, finished fall 2023
CIP 557 Memorial Field Complex
Memorial Field Tennis Court Replacement
FY24 Memorial Field Conditions Report and Master Plan. Funded by the City of Concord and Concord School District
If you have questions about these projects, please email David Gill, the Parks and Recreation Director.