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Street Maintenance
The Highways and Utilities Division is responsible for maintenance and repair of the roads, sidewalks, drainage collection system, sewer collection system, and water distribution system. In the fall, crews are responsible for Fall Leaf Collection. In the winter, crews plow and treat the City streets. In the warmer months, crews focus on maintaining roads by posting spring load limits in the spring, paving, and repairing potholes and other road damages.

Report A Concern

Use our request tracker to report a request with any of the following:
  • Damaged Mailbox
  • Dead Animal in the Road
  • Drainage Issue
  • Fall Leaf Collection
  • Potholes
  • Road Requests
  • Sign Requests
  • Tree Requests
  • Winter Operations
  • Sewer Complaints

Road Load Limits


Concord Road Load Limits

Road weight restrictions will begin on March 6, 2017 to maintain road conditions during the spring thaw. Load limit postings will continue as required dependent upon weather and road conditions, but likely will continue through the end of March or early April. Find more information and a list/map of posted roads at www.concordnh.gov/springoperations.


National Work Zone Awareness Week

National Work Zone Awareness Week

American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) is hosting its annual National Work Zone Awareness Week, April 3-7, 2017, to encourage safety for drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists through work zones. Concord General Services is joining the campaign to remind Concord commuters to please use caution in work zones for everyone's safety. Concord General Services crews use approved signs for work zones and it is very important for everyone to slow down, be alert, and adhere to signage and the flag person when entering a work zone so that everyone, including crews, remain safe. Being a courteous road user is always good practice, but now is a great time for this reminder as construction projects will be soon returning for the spring.

Go Orange Day

Wear orange on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 for "Go Orange Day" to show your support of work zone safety! Concord General Services will be wearing orange and will share a picture on Facebook and Twitter to show support for National Work Zone Awareness Week. Share your pictures with ATSSA and Concord General Services on social media using the hashtags #OrangeForSafety and #NWZAW.


Downtown Services Team

The Concord Main Street Project did a fantastic job revitalizing Main Street. Now that these investments have been made downtown, the City of Concord decided it is crucial to preserve these investments by creating a Downtown Services Team. Our Downtown Services Team maintains downtown throughout the seasons to keep everything in good shape and looking brand new. This includes maintaining the hardscapes, street sweeping, tending to planters, maintaining irrigation systems, and performing snow removal on sidewalks and hardscapes. Special equipment is used for effective and careful snow removal operations to prevent scratching up the new hardscapes. Having this designated team and equipment for downtown will help ease operations and maintain the investments made to Main Street.

Contact Us
General Services
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311 North State Street 
Concord, NH 03301

Operation 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, May 29 - Sat, Jun. 3

Tue, Jul. 4 - Sat, Jul. 8

Mon, Sep. 4 - Sat, Sep. 9

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Road Load Limits
Crews will begin posting spring road load limits on designated roads on Monday, March 6, 2017. Posted roads will have a weight restriction of 9 tons to minimize road damage during the spring thaw. Load limits will continue as required... Read on...
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