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01 City of Concord

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Posted on: March 23, 2016

Dog Licensing

The City began its annual dog licensing season on April 1st. Residents may mail dog license payments to the City Clerk's Office, 41 Green Street, Concord, NH 03301; or stop in to the City Clerk's Office to renew dog licenses in person.

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02 General Services - Street Maintenance

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Posted on: May 5, 2016

Manchester Street Paving Project

Continental Paving will continue cold planning along Manchester Street on Thursday May 5th, from the Manchester Street bridge to Garvins Falls Road. Traffic delays are expected and commuters should seek an alternate route.

Posted on: April 13, 2016

Hydrant Flushing

The Concord General Services Highway and Utilities Division will be flushing hydrants for the next several weeks, beginning on Monday, April 18th, to remove any sediment from water distribution pipes, to maintain water quality and clarity, and to check pr...Read on...

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03 General Services - Trash & Recycling

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Posted on: April 20, 2016

Spring Leaf Collection Begins 4/25

Spring Leaf Collection begins Monday, April 25th for Concord residents with curbside trash and recycling collection. Residents can place an unlimited amount of leaves and grass clippings curbside in biodegradable yard waste bags or labeled rigid container...Read on...

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City Manager's Newsletter

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General Services

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Posted on: May 2, 2016

Drinking Water Week

In celebration of National Drinking Water Week, Concord General Services encourages you to learn more about your water and read our 2016 Water Quality Report at

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Library News and Events

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Posted on: April 27, 2016

Library Book of the Week!

Check out CPL’s book of the week in the Concord Insider! This week's book is a charming, uplifting story with middle-aged characters whose midlife epiphanies are both ordinary and transforming. Check out All Together Now by Gill Hornby today!

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Posted on: February 6, 2016

Tech help has returned!

Tech. help is back at Concord Public Library! Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-5pm, students from Concord Regional Tech Center's IT program at Concord High will be here to answer your technology questions. If you’re stumped by software, hardware, or devices,...Read on...

Posted on: May 3, 2016

Library Book of the Week!

Check out CPL’s book of the week in the Concord Insider! This week's book is a quirky love story, for fans of The Silver Linings Playbook. Check out The Portable Veblen by Elizabeth McKenzie today!

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Parks & Recreation

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Posted on: May 5, 2016

Skate Board Park Meeting

Tuesday May 10th a meeting to discuss Improving our Skateboard Park will take place at the Heights Community Center, 14 Canterbury Rd at 5:30pm. All are welcome.

Police Department

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Posted on: May 3, 2016

Keep Your Pets Cool & Safe.

Warmer weather means higher temperatures for pets left in your vehicle or other enclosed spaces. Check the Vehicle Temperature Chart and NH State Law 644:8-aa Animals in a Motor Vehicle.

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Posted on: April 13, 2016

Concord Regional Crimeline Golf Tournament - September 15, 2016

Join us for a fun day of golf, food and prizes! Funds raised by this event support the mission of the Concord Regional Crimeline.

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Traffic and Transportation

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Posted on: December 4, 2015

Bicycle Friendly Community

For a second time, Concord has been designated as a Bicycle Friendly Community at the Bronze level by the League of American Bicyclists. Concord first received the four-year designation in 2010. The current designation is good through 2019. To be consider...Read on...

Posted on: August 6, 2015

Comprehensive Transportation Policy

City Council approved an updated Comprehensive Transportation Policy on June 8, 2015. Concord’s original policy statement, approved in January 2010, was the first such municipal policy in New Hampshire that embraced “Complete Streets” principles. This ...Read on...