The Licensing Services Division licenses special events such as races, farmers markets, fairs and holiday parades as well as respond to community concerns.
Temporary Food-Peddler License**NEW FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: Please note that if you are opening a new food service establishment, you must begin with a plan review with the Health Officer who can be reached at 603-225-8580 or firstname.lastname@example.org.** Click here for the application, which is found on the new Citizen Self Service (CSS) Permit Portal.
All of the following Licensing Applications should now be completed through the new Citizen Self Service (CSS) Permit Portal.
|Charitable Solicitation / Raffles|
|Door to Door Sales / Magazine Sales / Canvassing|
|Entertainment / Event License|
Do I need an Event License?
|Event Insurance Requirements|
|Event Requirements, Rules and Responsibilities|
|Facility Rental Agreement|
|Pawnbrokers, Second Hand Dealers, Cash for Gold License|
Renewal for Pawnbrokers, Second Hand Dealers, Cash for Gold License
|Peddlers / Vendors License|
Temporary Peddlers / Vendors License
Do I need a Temporary Hawkers & Vendors License?
|Taxi Cab License|
|Taxi Cab Operator's License|
|**New** Food Truck Applications|
|Temporary Food/Peddler License|
|Food Truck & City Peddler License|
|Plan Review Application for New Food Truck Vendor|
The City permits the posting of aerial banners across Main and Loudon Road as well as posting banners on selected Main Street Lamp posts for the purpose of promoting and notifying citizens of community-based cultural, education and civic events, including City sponsored and co-sponsored events or providing information concerning available services or programs sponsored by the City. The links below will provide you with information and applications for both our Cross-Street Banner program as well as our Lamp-Post Banner Program.
|Specifications for Cross Street Banner Program||Application for Cross Street Banner Program|
|Specifications for Lamp Post Banner Program||Application for Lamp Post Banner Program|
In an effort to ensure that the street remains uncluttered, clean, accessible and vibrant for all, the Concord Planning Board and City Council collaborated to implement a set of sidewalk regulations. These regulations were adopted under Ordinance No. 3017 on August 13, 2018 have been in effect since January 1, 2019
You may learn more by accessing the regulations and the application below: