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Water Quality
Concord General Services and the Water Treatment Plant are committed to providing the highest quality water to the residents of Concord. View our 2015 Water Quality Report to see how we pride in Concord's water supply. 

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Report a concern with our request tracker for any of the following:
  • No Water
  • Water Odor / Taste Issue
  • Discolored Water
  • Low Pressure


Hydrant Flushing

Concord General Services Hydrant Flushing

Concord General Services' Highway and Utilities crews are helping to maintain Concord's water quality by flushing hydrants throughout Concord to remove any sediment from water distribution pipes. This process also helps to check water pressure. Low pressure and discoloration may occur while crews are flushing hydrants. Run your tap on cold to flush your line of any discolored water. Please do not wash clothes if crews are flushing in your area. Visit our spring operations page for more information.


Water Treatment Plant Tour




 
New Water Treatment Superintendent

Marco Philippon became the new Water Treatment Superintendent for Concord General Services in July 2014. He oversees the City of Concord's water treatment plant and the drinking water supply in Concord. He has over 25 years of operating and managerial experience with water systems. He is also a member of the Board of Directors at the New Hampshire Water Works Association and is a committee member for the New England Water Works Association.



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311 North State St.
Concord, NH 03301

Operations Hours:
6:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Administration Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Phone: 603-228-2737
Fax:     603-224-6729
Calendar
Mon, Mar. 16 - Sat, Apr. 25

Mon, Apr. 20 - Fri, May 15

Mon, Apr. 27 - Fri, Jun. 5

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News Flash
General Gazette - Vol. 2, Issue 4
A new issue of Concord General Services' newsletter is now available. Read the new issue for information about road limit postings, a spring conversion video for the Everett Arena, pothole repairs, and the delayed start to Spring Leaf Collection. Read on...
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