1. 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. More Information
  2. Neighborhood Street Paving Program - news flash

    Road Paving Returns

    The Neighborhood Street Paving Program has returned. Work begins on Penacook Street in Concord from Rumford St. to Auburn St. Work is weather permitting. Streets will be closed and parking will be prohibited between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. More Information
  3. 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...
  4. WWTP Seasonal Laborer - News Flash

    Job Opening - WWTP Seasonal Laborer

    We're hiring! Work includes repairing, cleaning, & maintenance of the City's wastewater treatment facilities and grounds. Duties include mowing, weeding, planting, & mulching. Position open until filled. First review of applications on April 12. More Information
  5. SCF News Flash

    NEW Community Reporting Tool & App

    The City of Concord has partnered with SeeClickFix to implement a new citizen reporting platform and mobile app, making it easier than ever for the Concord community to report non-emergency quality-of-life concerns and service requests. More Information

    Drought Conditions

    Concord is currently experiencing abnormally dry drought conditions. Please continue to use water wisely and be mindful of your water use. More Information
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