City Offices and the Concord Public Library will be closed on Monday, September 5th, in observance of Labor Day.
Labor Day is a trash holiday. Trash and recycling collection for Monday, September 5th will be postponed until the following day. Collection for the remainder of the week will be delayed by one day through Saturday.
A public meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 7th, at 6:30 PM, at the Heights Community Center, 14 Canterbury Road, to discuss the proposed improvements to the Loudon Road corridor. All are welcome.
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The Friends of the Audi are conducting a fundraising drive for the Concord City Auditorium Seat Restoration Project.
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Washington St in penacook will be closed heading west at Tanner st. Traffic is detoured Tanner to Charles. Traffic heading east on Washington is not effected. Emergency vehicles can pass if needed.
The Parks and Recreation Department has numerous areas to host your event. We can host family gatherings in one of our outside Gazebo's or parks to large events that attract thousands of people.
Our fall programs begin the first full week of September. Many of our classes have limited space, please register early to avoid being placed on a wait list.