1. Temporary expanded outdoor dining-news flash

    Temporary Expanded Outdoor Dining

    During their February meeting, City Council approved the renewal of temporary expanded outdoor dining once again in Concord. The 2021 season runs from April 1 through November 15. An application is available online. Read on...
  2. Special election

    Special Election: Ward 4 City Council Vacancy

    A Special Election to fill the current Ward Four City Council vacancy will be held on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. The filing period runs from April 30-May 10; May 14 is the deadline to file by petition. Read on...
  3. USE WATER WISELY

    Drought Conditions

    Drought conditions are intensifying in Concord and across New Hampshire due to recent warm and dry weather. Abnormally dry conditions continue, with much of the state in moderate drought. Please continue to use water wisely and be mindful of water use. Additional Info...
  4. Spring Leaf Collection - News Flash

    Spring Leaf Collection

    Residents with curbside trash collection can participate in Spring Leaf Collection, April 26 - June 5. Leaves must be in biodegradable yard waste bags or rigid containers labeled for leaves and be at the curb by 7 a.m. on your trash day. Read on...
  5. Neighborhood Street Paving Program - news flash

    Neighborhood Street Paving Program

    Neighborhood Street Paving Program work is weather permitting. Streets will be closed to through traffic & emergency vehicles 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Residents who live on the street will have access to their homes. On-street parking prohibited 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Read on...
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    Washington Street Bridge Rehabilitation

    Work began on the Washington St. Bridge on 3/22. The bridge will be closed during the day while the contractor is actively working beginning on Monday, 5/3. Expected closure is 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., but might be shorter based on the contractor’s schedule. Read on...
  7. Weatherize Concord

    Weatherize Concord Launches

    The City of Concord is pleased to announce the launch of Weatherize Concord, a campaign to increase participation by Concord homes and businesses in weatherization and energy efficiency programs. Read on...
  8. 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. Read on...
  9. Boat Regs (1)

    Boat Registrations

    The City of Concord can process boat registrations effective April 1, 2021. New boat registrations and renewals can be processed in the Collections Office at 41 Green Street during regular business hours for residents and non-residents. Read on...
  10. Face Coverings Required

    Face Coverings Ordinance

    City Council passed a face coverings ordinance, effective through June 1, 2021. Customers (5+) are required to wear a face covering at all times when inside a retail establishment. Read on...
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