The City of Concord’s face coverings ordinance expired on June 1, 2021. Face coverings will no longer be required to enter city buildings as of June 2, 2021 (except for community centers - see note below).
City Council encourages anyone eligible to get vaccinated and to continue to follow the recommendations set forth by the CDC to slow the spread of COVID-19. Information about vaccines is available through 211 or THIS LINK. If you are already fully vaccinated, the CDC also has updated guidance online.
Business hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The City Clerk's Office and Collections Office are open until 6 p.m. on Thursdays.
Code Administration (located in the City Hall Annex between the City Hall building and the Police Department) is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
View a list of available online payments and services here: www.concordnh.gov/1111/Online-Bill-Pay.
The mail slot in front door of City Hall at 41 Green Street can still be utilized for the following if you do not wish to come into the building:
Concord Fire Department’s Headquarters, located at 24 Horseshoe Pond Lane, has a no-contact window available. Call 9-1-1 for Fire Emergencies. To report a non-emergency or to ask a question about permitting, please call (603) 225-8650.
Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Utility bills can be paid online, by phone, by mail, or in our drop box outside the office (visit www.concordnh.gov/utilitybilling for details). Concerns and work requests can be reported online at www.concordnh.gov/seeclickfix.
Concord Human Services is open to the public. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday – except Wednesday, when hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Parks and Recreation Offices at the City Wide Community Center will continue to be open by appointment only Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and for registered program participants. To schedule an appointment, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 225-8690.
This summer while utilizing the community centers we will be continuing with COVID-19 protocols including the face covering requirement in all common spaces (hallways, bathrooms etc.) as we will be hosting numerous youth summer camps in the buildings. Also, as part of the recommendations for summer camps, we will continue asking health screening questions for participants and limit the number of guests entering the centers. The enhanced cleaning will also continue at all indoor recreation locations.
This summer we will also continue with our in-person and virtual senior citizen programming and our adult enrichment/fitness classes. Our summer/fall brochure is available on our website and pre-registration is required for all programs. Information on the city’s pools is also available in the summer/fall brochure.
All city parks are open, however, they remain carry in/carry out of all trash.All athletic fields are open and all leagues are required to follow the state guidelines for sports. The main parks currently have porta toilets, however, they are use at your own risk. A private vendor maintains the toilets and cleans them twice a week.
All playgrounds, tennis courts and basketball courts are open and remain use at your own risk.
Currently there is no restriction on the number of guests that can attend a graveside service.
The chapel is available for services. Number of guests in the chapel is 70.
The office building is now open to the public.
Please contact the Cemetery Administrator for any questions or clarifications at email@example.com or (603) 225-3911. Thank you for your continued support.
Screening kiosks are being utilized at the City Wide Community Center and Green Street Community Center. These kiosks use touchless mobile technology to guide guests through a COVID-19 risk assessment. The new screening process includes scanning a QR code on your phone, filling out a quick questionnaire, and using a unique QR code that is then generated on your phone to scan at the kiosk to log your visit. The QR code is time sensitive and will expire after the end of the day. Once the code is scanned, visitors will use the hands free thermometer to scan their wrist or forehead for a temperature screening. Paper forms will be available as a backup if a visitor does not have access to a phone or if there are any issues with the kiosk.
The Concord Police Department has an intercom system available at 35 Green Street.
For emergencies, call 9-1-1. If you are a victim of domestic violence in need of assistance, please call New Hampshire’s statewide domestic violence hotline at (866) 644-3574.
To report a non-emergency to the Concord Police Department, ask a question about parking, make a delivery, or register as a sex offender, please call (603) 225-8600. Cash payments for parking tickets can be made via the drop box outside City Hall. They can also be paid online: https://concord.t2hosted.com/Account/Portal.
Please view the Library's website for the most up to date information on their operations, hours and upcoming events.
Visit the Beaver Meadow Golf Course website for more information about their operations. Face coverings are no longer required to enter the building.
Visit the Everett Arena’s web page at www.concordnh.gov/arena for the most up to date information and upcoming events.