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The City of Concord Heritage Commission was established to recognize, preserve, enhance, and promote the continued use of buildings, structures, sites, areas, locales, and districts within the municipality of Concord that have historic, cultural, architectural, or design significance.

Within the Historic District, the Heritage Commission is responsible for the review and approval of the Application for Certificate of Approval to construct, alter, repair, move, or demolish any building and/or structure within an historic district.

The Concord Heritage Commission also acts in an advisory role regarding the identification, protection, and preservation of local historical resources and works as a liaison between the local government, individuals, and organizations concerned with historic preservation. The commission and other historic preservation professionals have surveyed local historic buildings and areas and provided histories and photos of many of the city’s historic properties.

Heritage Sign Program
The Heritage Commission developed the Heritage Sign Program to encourage appreciation of and enhance the historic character of our built environment. The program is open to all city property owners, who wish to research and document their building’s history and request a heritage sign designated by the Heritage Commission to commemorate the building’s origins, events, or significance. Property owners wishing to purchase a sign can download the application, which has information to assist in researching and documenting their building’s history.

Contact Us
Nancy Larson
City Planner 

Heather Shank
Assistant City Planner 

Beth Fenstermacher
Senior Planner 

41 Green St.
Third Floor
Concord, NH 03301

Ph: 603-225-8515
Fx: 603-230-3630

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM