In this week's issue: Fix a Leak Week & Contest; World Water Day & Open House; upcoming guided trail hike; activity at Beaver Meadow; and more!
In this week's issue: Concord Reads title & event info; trail grooming & Nordic ski races at Beaver Meadow, PGA pro tip of the week, and more!
In this week's issue: Concord Police Citizen's Academy, Presidents Day reminder, Concord Parks & Rec spring brochure reminder, and more!
Albin Street is closed from Rumford Street to Bradley Street for snow removal.
Walker Street has re opened to thru traffic from Bradley Street to N. State Street.
Celebrate EPA WaterSense's "Fix a Leak Week" (March 18-24, 2019) by entering our Royal Leak Detection contest. Leaks can be a royal pain! Find and fix water leaks by performing a "royal" leak detection. Enter our Royal Leak Detection c...
March 22, 2019 is World Water Day, a United Nations initiative to celebrate water and advocate for sustainable management of resources. The City of Concord invites the community to get involved by learning more about wastewater. Wastewater is used water. ...
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Concord General Services maintains the City of Concord’s roadways year-round, but it’s a whole different process when it comes to snow removal. Watch their new video to learn more about winter operations.
The City of Concord has 100+ miles of hiking trails to enjoy. With varied terrain, there is a trail for beginners to avid hikers. Visit the City's online link for access to trail maps.
Check out the City Wide Community Center! The facility includes a gymnasium, a senior room, Heights Branch Library, an auditorium and multipurpose rooms.
The Concord Room houses over two-hundred stereoscopic photographs and three stereoscopes!
What takes the image from a flat, 2D depiction to a 3D image is the unique design of the stereoscope. The stereoscopic photograph has two nearly identical side-by-side images; the stereoscope presents these images simultaneously, one to each eye.
Take a look at Concord history with our photography display, Concord Yesterday. The photographs depict residences, businesses, transportation, and daily life in nineteenth and twentieth century Concord. Photographs were compiled from Concord Public Librar...
Read and find full articles from the Concord Monitor starting in October 2002 and the from the Union Leader starting in 1989. You can also read and discover articles from over 2,400 U.S. newspapers.
Newsbank also includes online access to several ...
This year’s selection for Concord Reads, the annual city-wide literary event organized by the Concord Public Library and community partners, is Ghost of the Innocent Man: A True Story of Trial and Redemption by New Hampshire native Benjamin Rach...
Check the Insider each Tuesday for your weekly dose of reading recommendation excitement!
Voracious: A Hungry Reader Cooks Her Way through Great Books | Cara Nicoletti | 2015, 283 pages | Nonfiction
Cara Nicoletti grew ...
Did you know that CPL has over five different display areas and chooses different display themes each month to highlight the diversity of our collections? Check back each month - we guarantee that you'll always find something new and timely!
Learn more about Penacook, a village within the City of Concord, and what makes it such a great place to live and to work. Thank you to ConcordTV and everyone else who participated in this video! You can view the video on our YouTube channel.
Help us keep our downtown uncluttered, clean, accessible, and vibrant for all. Learn more about the sidewalk regulations and access the permit at http://www.concordnh.gov/sidewalkregulations.
Listen to our monthly podcast, "Talk Concord." We are bringing you information about current and future happenings in the City of Concord, centered around why it’s a great place to live, work, play and invest. Members of the community will join ...
Check out all the exciting summer camps we have this summer!
Check out all the exciting programs for youth and adults. New classes beginning soon!
Concord Parks & Recreation currently has around 70 seasonal positions open. If you are interested in working for us this summer please apply online at www.concordnh.gov.
Check out the new fitness and drop in schedules! NEW in March Diva Dance!