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The City of Concord is aware that you may have received information or solicitation regarding the responsibility of residents to maintain and repair water and sewer lines that service your property. We recommend you check the Better Business Bureau at www.bbb.org and to call your homeowner’s insurance if you are contacted from an outside service to see if the solicited services are already covered by your existing insurance.
• Scheduled flushing (spring and summer) • A fire in the area during which the fire department is using the hydrants • A water main break • Old plumbing • New or recently repaired plumbing.
To clear up the water try turning on a faucet, cold water only, and let it run for 1 to 2 minutes. If this doesn’t clear up the water, please submit a request to have your water checked through the Citizen Request Tracker. If the problem is found to be in the house or on the owners side of the water line coming into the house they could be charged for overtime hours worked.
Tuesday - West of the Merrimack River from Pleasant Street to Washington Street. North of Clinton Street and south of Hopkinton and Currier Road.
Wednesday - West of the Merrimack River and North State Street. North of Washington Street, Pleasant Street, and Hopkinton Road. South to Hutchins Street.
Thursday - West of the Merrimack River from Hutchins Street and east to the Hopkinton town line and south to the Boscawen town line.
Friday - East of the Merrimack River and south of the Canterbury town line. West of the Loudon and Chichester town lines. North of the Pembroke town line and northeast of Airport Road.
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