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Special Election for a District 18 (Concord Ward 9) State Representative Vacancy
Special election dates have been set to fill a Merrimack County District 18 State Representative vacancy. Those interested in becoming a candidate for the office are encouraged to file a Declaration of Candidacy at the City Clerk’s Office, 41 Green Street Read on...
Main Street Project Receives Award
The Main Street Complete Streets Project has received a "Gold Level Award" by the American Council of Engineering Companies of NH (ACEC-NH). The project is also in the running for the 2017 Overall Winner of the ACEC-NH Engineering Excellence Awards.
Load Limit Postings
The City has begun posting designated roads for spring load limits. Posted roads have a weight restriction of 9 tons to minimize impact during the spring thaw. Load limits will likely remain in place through the end of March or early April. Read on...
Fix A Leak Week
Celebrate EPA WaterSense's Fix A Leak Week (March 20-26, 2017) with us by becoming a leak detective! We are offering FREE Toilet Dye Test Kits at our Utility Billing Office and will be tweeting for the #FixALeak Twitter Party on Monday, March 20, 2017. Read on...
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Spotlight on the Capital
Concord has been ranked as 2017's 7th Best U.S. State Capital in which to live, in a recent study conducted by!

To identify the most livable seats of state government, WalletHub's data team compared all 50 states across 42 key metrics, ranging from "cost of living" to "K-12 school system quality" to "number of attractions."

Concord was ranked as follows, with 1=Best, 25=Average:
  • 5th in Median Household Income (adjusted for cost of living);
  • 1st in Unemployment Rate;
  • 5th in Percent of Population Below Poverty Level; and
  • 6th in Health Conditions.
View the full WalletHub study.   

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