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Did you know?
Did you know you can use Rider Transit's trip planner to find out how to get where you want to go? Go to ckrider.com now to see how fast and easy it is to try transit!

Happy New Year! City offices will be closed January 1
City of Concord offices will be closed Monday, January 1 in observance of New Year's Day. All garbage, recycling, and bulky waste collection by Waste Pro will operate on a one-day delay next week, with Monday's items collected on Tuesday, and Friday's items collected on Saturday. All customers are asked to place limbs and bagged yard waste at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 2. Live Christmas trees may be placed curbside with stand, lights, and ornaments removed. For additional information, please visit concordnc.gov. Go to the Concord Public Safety Facebook Page for an important message about New Year celebrations.

Friends of the Library to host program on famous NC women

North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar Randell Jones is coming to Concord on January 20 to present Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina. The program is part of the Concord Friends of the Library’s Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 20 at the Concord branch of the Cabarrus County Public Library second floor auditorium (27 Union Street N). After the program, Mr. Jones will sell and sign copies of his regional history books including Scoundrels, Rogues and Heroes of the Old North State. This free event begins at 1:30 p.m. with a coffee and dessert social, followed at 2:00 p.m. by the program. If you have questions, call 704-920-2000.

Cabarrus County Animal Shelter aims for accessibility in 2018
The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office hopes that new approaches to community outreach at the Cabarrus County Animal Shelter (244 Betsy Carpenter Place, Concord) will support an upward trend in animal placements. Beginning January 2, the animal shelter will offer extended hours for limited services, including public adoptions, reclaiming of lost pets, and rescue partner transfers. The animal shelter also recently began administering a Facebook page, @CabCoAnimalShelter. Visitors can browse pets in the animal shelter’s custody, learn about events and follow important messages about shelter operations. The new tools complement an improved animal shelter website, created in 2016, that allows visitors to view photos of pets as they are made available for adoption or rescue, and missing pets upon intake. Find out more at cabarruscounty.us.

Winter 2018 City Circular and Spring 2018 Leisure Times digital editions now available
The latest issues of the City Circular and Leisure Times have arrived in the mail and you can also check out the Winter 2018 City Circular digital edition, where you can read all the articles on your screen of choice. Looking for something from a recent issue? It’s in the digital archives – every story, every photo, and every page. You can also get ready for spring (warm weather is just a few months away!) in the Leisure Times digital edition.

Parks and Recreation highlights
Please see the Spring 2018 issue of Leisure Times for a full list of programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Youth baseball/softball registration starts Jan 1; clinics planned for February

Spring baseball and softball registration for boys and girls will be available throughout the month of January, for the playing season beginning in April. The fee is $35 for City of Concord residents; $55 for non-residents. Registration will be available at concordparksandrec.org, at each of the recreation centers, and on January 27 at the Academy Sports located at 2211 Elder Lane.

Also available for registration in January: Softball and Baseball players age 7-15 can register for one-day clinics in February. For just $20 per participant, improve your skills with help from the Central Cabarrus High School Varsity Softball or Baseball staff.

Start your 2018 health journey
Kick off your New Year Resolutions with our Motivate Wellness Couch to 5K program! Couch to 5K meets every Tuesday and Thursday at Dorton Park beginning Tuesday, January 23 at 6:30 pm. The fee is just $15 for a 10 week program that will kick start your health journey. Find out more at concordparksandrec.org.

Now hiring for summer 2018 seasonal positions
Are you or someone you know looking for seasonal employment this coming summer? Concord Parks and Recreation is now hiring for a variety of seasonal positions in preparation for summer aquatics, camps, and programs. Positions with a range of education and experience requirements are available, including employment opportunities perfect for students. Visit the Concord Careers Portal to get started and learn more, or call 704-920-5600.

City of Concord upcoming meetings
Unless otherwise noted, location is the Council Chamber of City Hall, 35 Cabarrus Avenue W.

January
9 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
10 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
11 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session
16 at 6:00 p.m.
Planning and Zoning Commission

Stay Connected!
Visit the City's website for the latest information and updates at concordnc.gov. Check out our page on Facebook and our other interactive features!

Have you experienced great service from Team Concord?
If you have had an experience from our team that left an impact, we hope you'll let us know so we can recognize that coworker with a "High 5 for Excellent Service." You can get started by visiting concordnc.gov/High5 or call 704-920-6400 to submit your acknowledgement over the phone.

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Did you know?
Did you know Concord Parks and Recreation offers over 100 unique programs, classes, and events are offered for all age groups? Many are priced with City-resident discounts or even free. The Spring Leisure Times magazine is on the way to homes and businesses across Concord with these opportunities; you will also find them in all recreation centers and City Hall. Learn more about Parks and Recreation at concordparksandrec.org.

Merry Christmas, Concord! Wishing you a happy holiday season and the best in 2018
City of Concord offices will be closed Monday, December 25 and Tuesday, December 26 in observance of Christmas, and Monday, January 1 in observance of New Year's Day. All garbage, recycling, and bulky waste collection by Waste Pro will operate on a one-day delay for the next two weeks, with Monday's items collected on Tuesday, and Friday's items collected on Saturday. Yard Waste collection will follow an adjusted schedule the weeks of December 25, and January 1. All customers are asked to place limbs and bagged yard waste at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 27, with all yard waste collected by Friday, December 29. The following week, all yard waste should be at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 2. Live Christmas trees may be placed curbside with stand, lights, and ornaments removed.

For additional information, please visit concordnc.gov. We wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season, have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


Rider Transit collects over 1,500 pounds of food through Stuff the Bus
Thank you, Concord and Kannapolis! Together with Rider Transit, the Stuff the Bus food drive benefitting the Cooperative Christian Ministry Crisis Center Food Pantry brought in 1,579 pounds of food. Two Stuff the Bus event days and a month-long collection station at the Rider Transit Center got this program off to a great start in its first year. Visit the Rider Transit Facebook Page to see the results, and look for Stuff the Bus to return next year!

Residents encouraged to join the 2018 Public Safety Academy
Applications are now available for the City of Concord’s 14th Citizen Public Safety Academy. The course will allow citizens to learn about the functions of Concord’s public safety departments, meet staff, and help evaluate services. The ten-week academy will begin January 30 and consecutive classes will be held each Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Find out more and download an application by January 23 at concordnc.gov.

Construction update: Cabarrus County begins construction on new parking deck
This week, Cabarrus County posted signs informing visitors to downtown Concord that Surface Parking Lot 3 (located at the corner of Barbrick Avenue and Spring Street) and Surface Parking Lot 4 (Corban Avenue and Spring Street) will close on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. During construction, which is expected to last through March 2019, courthouse visitors are encouraged to park in the County’s Surface Parking Lot 2 (located next to Fifth Third Bank, between Church Street and McCachern Boulevard). The closures signal the start of the County’s project to construct a new County five-story, 628-spot parking deck on the corner of Corban Avenue SW at Spring Street SW, across from the Cabarrus County Courthouse. The deck is being built to address parking demands for courthouse activities. Additional information about the project and construction zone impacts are available at cabarruscounty.us.

Parks and Recreation highlights
Please see the Spring 2018 issue of Leisure Times for a full list of programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Healthy Holidays
Kick off the holidays and the new year with better health! Our present to you is a health and wellness menu with options for everyone! Try one of our many group fitness classes: Pilates, Body Sculpt, Boot Camp in the Park, Outdoor Circuit Training, Mindful Yoga Stretch, Chair Yoga, Forever Fit, Step It Up, Mommy & Me Yoga, Stroller Fitness & Play, Turbo Kick, Dance2Fit, Fit & Fabulous, Zumba (for all levels), or Walk Away The Pounds. We also offer Personal Training. Visit our recreation centers for free use of the fitness equipment, gymnasiums, and more! Adults ages 50 and up, learn the greatest game in town, Pickleball, at Hartsell Recreation Center on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. or at Logan Multi-Purpose Center on Thursday from 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. To register, learn more, or you’re just looking for fun visit concordparksandrec.org or call 704-920-5600.

City of Concord upcoming meetings
Unless otherwise noted, location is the Council Chamber of City Hall, 35 Cabarrus Avenue W.

January
9 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
10 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
11 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session
16 at 6:00 p.m.
Planning and Zoning Commission

Stay Connected!
Visit the City's website for the latest information and updates at concordnc.gov. Check out our page on Facebook and our other interactive features!

Have you experienced great service from Team Concord?
If you have had an experience from our team that left an impact, we hope you'll let us know so we can recognize that coworker with a "High 5 for Excellent Service." You can get started by visiting concordnc.gov/High5 or call 704-920-6400 to submit your acknowledgement over the phone.

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Did you know?
Did you know the Engineering Department issues utility work permits to utility companies to work within the public right-of-way? If you have a problem with a private utility company in the right-of-way, you can connect the Engineering Department for assistance at 704-920-5425.

Concord's newly and reelected officials take oath of office
Mayor William C. "Bill" Dusch took the oath of office on Thursday, along with reelected City Council Member Ella Mae Small and newly elected City Council Members JC McKenzie and Terry Crawford. After outgoing Mayor Padgett administered the oath to each new official at the beginning of the regularly scheduled December City Council meeting, their outgoing counterpart assisted them into their new seats for the first time. The proceedings capped off a week of transition for Concord's governing body, as former Mayor Scott Padgett and City Council Members Al Brown, Jr. and Lamar Barrier were honored at Tuesday's work session for their combined 70 years of service to the community. Find out more at concordnc.gov.

Additional highlights of the December 14 City Council Meeting
Please visit concordnc.gov to see the Council Agenda in its entirety.

Presented a retirement plaque to Don Starnes, 31 years of service – Buildings and Grounds (work session).

Renamed the section of Elm Avenue NW between Union Street and Spring Street, "Donnie Avenue NW" (work session).

Established the time and place for Council’s regular meetings and work sessions in 2018: which will continue the pattern of meeting in City Hall on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m., including a work session the preceding Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.

Elected Council Member Jennifer Parsley as Mayor Pro Tem for the next year.

Presented the 2017 North Carolina Smart Fleet Champion Award to Fleet Services.

Conducted a public hearing and amended the Concord Development Ordinance Articles 7 and 8 to limit split-faced block as an exterior building material.

Conducted a public hearing and amended Concord Development Ordinance Article 12 (Signs) to allow up to two Type 3 Signs on large properties.

Continued a public hearing until January 11, 2018, to consider designating Coleman-Franklin-Cannon Mill (625 Main St. SW) as a local historic landmark.

Entered into a real estate broker/consulting service agreement with New Branch Real Estate Advisors, LLC.

Authorized the City Manager to execute a contract with Ken Griffin Architecture, for the design of a permanent Fire Station 10.

Authorized the City Manager to negotiate and execute a contract with the Houston Galveston Area Cooperative Purchasing Program for the purchase of a Mobile Command Unit.

Authorized the City Manager to negotiate and execute a construction contract with Sealand Contractors Corporation for the construction of intersection improvements at Poplar Tent Road and Concord Parkway (US 29) contingent upon NCDOT approval.

Made the following appointments: Fireman's Relief Fund – Council Members Sam Leder and Terry Crawford; Concord Kannapolis Transit Commission – Council Members Ella Mae Small and JC McKenzie; CRMPO Transportation Advisory Committee – Council Member Jennifer Parsley, Member and Council Member Brian King, Alternate; CRMPO Technical Coordinating Committee – Interim Transportation Director Phillip Graham, Member and Assistant City Manager Lloyd Payne, Alternate.

Monday route up next for second cycle of loose leaf collection
Solid Waste’s annual loose leaf collection season provides each Concord resident three opportunities to have un-bagged leaves collected curbside, between October 30 and February 9. Bagged leaves are collected year-round on a weekly basis, on the normal garbage collection day. Customers on the MONDAY garbage collection route must have leaves at the curb by 6 a.m. on Monday, December 18 for crews to collect them during the second collection cycle. Learn more and download the 2017-18 schedule at concordnc.gov.

Rider Transit's Stuff the Bus food drive coming to Sam's Club this weekend
Help Rider Transit and Cooperative Christian Ministry make a difference by helping to STUFF THE BUS with non-perishable food items to benefit the Crisis Center Food Pantry. Donations can be made at Sam's Club located at 2421 Supercenter Drive on Sunday, December 17 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or daily through December 21 at Rider Transit Center (3600 S Ridge Avenue). For more information call 704-920-RIDER (7433).

Next Concord Police community wide crime and safety briefing is January 25
Concord Police invite you to the next Crime and Safety Briefing on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at Forest Hill UMC Ministry Center (251 Union Street N), starting at 6:30 p.m. During the briefing the department will present Citywide crime statistics for calendar year 2017. This is an opportunity for residents to interact directly with members of the Concord Police Department and receive information regarding their neighborhoods. Anyone attending and in need of special accommodations should contact Sergeant Larry Hubbard or Captain Robert Ledwell at 704-920-5000. Find out more at concordnc.gov/police.

Parks and Recreation highlights
Please see the Fall 2017 issue of Leisure Times for a full list of programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Adult basketball registration continues through January 2
Adult Basketball registration is currently open through January 2, for $375 per team. Two men's leagues (different levels of competitiveness), a women's league, and an age 40+ league are available. Sunday afternoon games will start the second week of January. To register or find out more, visit concordparksandrec.org or call 704-920-5600.

City of Concord upcoming meetings
Unless otherwise noted, location is the Council Chamber of City Hall, 35 Cabarrus Avenue W.

December
19 at 6:00 p.m. Planning and Zoning Commission

January
9 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
10 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
11 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session

Stay Connected!
Visit the City's website for the latest information and updates at concordnc.gov. Check out our page on Facebook and our other interactive features!

Have you experienced great service from Team Concord?
If you have had an experience from our team that left an impact, we hope you'll let us know so we can recognize that coworker with a "High 5 for Excellent Service." You can get started by visiting concordnc.gov/High5 or call 704-920-6400 to submit your acknowledgement over the phone.

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Did you know?
Did you know North Carolina’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) made a difference in more than 1,700 Cabarrus County households last year, providing a total of $456,500 aid to qualified residents? The program, administered locally by Cabarrus County Human Services, is once again taking applications for one-time annual vendor payment to help with heating bills. Visit cabarruscounty.us for information on this program, or call 704-920-1400.

New phase of McEachern Greenway now open
City officials and members of the McEachern family celebrated the newest phase of the McEachern Greenway on Saturday, December 2. "Since opening as the City's first greenway in 2004, the McEachern Greenway has significantly enhanced the quality of life in Concord," said Mayor Scott Padgett. "We haven't stopped building greenways since then because they have been so popular, whether you are walking or running, riding a bike or pushing a stroller, or have two legs or four. It is a pleasure to be with Harold's family today and remember him as we continue to add recreation opportunities for Concord's citizens." Learn more and see photos at concordnc.gov.

Signs of pride: officials unveil Purple Heart City placards at entrance signs
On Monday, City of Concord officials and members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 634 unveiled the newest supplemental placard on “Welcome to Concord” sign assemblies. Concord joined the program upon a proclamation by Mayor Scott Padgett on behalf of the City Council on September 12, 2013. On the majority of roadway corridors entering the City Limits, there are "Welcome to Concord" sign assemblies. On six of these, Purple Heart City is now be among the City-endorsed initiatives indicated. The designation is included at four new sign locations and two existing sign locations. Visit concordnc.gov to find out more.

Fire Station Drive SW closure planned through mid-March 2018
Beginning Monday, December 11, 2017 Fire Station Drive SW will be closed to the public through mid-March 2018 while crews rebuild a failed retaining wall adjacent to the roadway. Fire Station Drive SW is located near the intersection of Union Street South (NC 3) and Warren C Coleman Boulevard (US 601), and provides an alternate connection between the two highways. Motorists should exercise caution in the vicinity, in case some motorists attempt to enter the closed street and are not able to proceed off the highway. For more information, about this project, please contact Rick Blat in the Engineering Department at 704-920-5425 or blatr@concordnc.gov.

Oath of Office for reelected and newly elected officials on December 14 Council agenda
Following established tradition, the recently elected Mayor and City Council Members will take the oath of office at the December City Council Meeting. The City Council will also establish its meeting schedule for 2018. The City Council meets the second Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in City Hall, with a work session the preceding Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. Visit concordnc.gov for more information, and click here to see a recent Mayor training session with Mayor Padgett and Mayor-Elect Dusch, hosted by the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Tuesday route up next for second cycle of loose leaf collection

Solid Waste’s annual loose leaf collection season provides each Concord resident three opportunities to have un-bagged leaves collected curbside, between October 30 and February 9. Bagged leaves are collected year-round on a weekly basis, on the normal garbage collection day. Customers on the TUESDAY garbage collection route must have leaves at the curb by 6 a.m. on Monday, December 11 for crews to collect them during the second collection cycle. Learn more and download the 2017-18 schedule at concordnc.gov.

Concord Police: Don't let thieves steal your holiday
While the Grinch may be a fictional character, thieves are not. There are some among us that seek to take advantage of our good will, dampening otherwise cheerful spirits. Concord Police have offered tips to keep your holidays safe from the "Grinch" at home, and while shopping in stores or online. "Too many people have the potential to be victims of theft," said Chief Gary Gacek. "The Concord Police Department invites the community to be proactive in reducing opportunities for these crimes." Click here to read this message from Concord Police (originally published in 2016 but just as useful today).

Parks and Recreation highlights
Please see the Fall 2017 issue of Leisure Times for a full list of programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Adult basketball registration open through January 2
Adult Basketball registration is currently open through January 2, for $375 per team. Two men's leagues (different levels of competitiveness), a women's league, and an age 40+ league are available. Sunday afternoon games will start the second week of January. To register or find out more, visit concordparksandrec.org or call 704-920-5600.

City of Concord upcoming meetings
Unless otherwise noted, location is the Council Chamber of City Hall, 35 Cabarrus Avenue W.

December
12 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
13 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
14 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session
19 at 6:00 p.m.
Planning and Zoning Commission

Stay Connected!
Visit the City's website for the latest information and updates at concordnc.gov. Check out our page on Facebook and our other interactive features!

Have you experienced great service from Team Concord?
If you have had an experience from our team that left an impact, we hope you'll let us know so we can recognize that coworker with a "High 5 for Excellent Service." You can get started by visiting concordnc.gov/High5 or call 704-920-6400 to submit your acknowledgement over the phone.

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Did you know?
Did you know the Planning and Neighborhood Development Department has staff available to help citizens their rights related to the federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 and the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988? Individuals are protected from a variety of practices involving housing sales, rentals, advertising, and financing. Special provisions are in place for disabled persons and families with children. Find out more at concordnc.gov or call 704-920-5122.

Class of 2017 completes 16th Concord 101
The Concord 101 class of 2017 was recognized with a graduation ceremony on November 21. This year's class was the largest in program history, with 37 active participants who were thanked at the ceremony by Mayor Pro-tem Ella Mae Small for their involvement in the program. 2017 participants were: Terry Alexander, Margaret Andersen, Michael Anderson, Betty Auten-Sides, Janet Brown, Anthony Clark, Laura Croke, Peter Davis, Liz Hickman, Bertram Hinton, Nickie Hinton, Jeffrey Hoover, David Hunkele, J. King, Sherry Lassiter-McCullers, Michael Lyles, John Mastro, Melissa McGuire, Deanna Miles, Mudassar Ali Mohammed, Cheryl Morgan, Ashley Moye, Brenda Patrick, Frank Patterson, Deanna Hope Powers, Rita Pyndus, Arthur Ray, Linda Ray, Matilde Reeves, Pamela Reiter, Steven Reiter, Sandra Riggins, James Smith, Joshua Talbert, Lynnetta Tilford, Marc Van Brunt, and Corey Wells. Find out more at concordnc.gov.

Welcome to Concord, Purple Heart City
Join City of Concord officials and members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 634 to unveil the newest supplemental placard on “Welcome to Concord” sign assemblies. A public ceremony is planned for Monday, December 4 at 9:00 a.m. at the North Carolina Army National Guard Armory, 1454th Transportation Company, located at 1501 Old Charlotte Road (near the Old Charlotte Road and NC Highway 49 intersection). Details on this event are available at concordnc.gov.

Don't be a victim: stay alert to scams and fraudulent phone calls
The City of Concord once again alerts customers to be vigilant against fraudulent attempts to demand payment for utility bills, taxes, or other fees while falsely claiming to be the City of Concord or other entities. Such false payment scams targeting people with phone calls have unfortunately been a problem for several years, however, the criminals behind these scams are now using a technique called “spoofing.” Many times, the scammers make the phone number appear similar to the person they are calling, in an attempt to trick them into answering the unknown number. Recently, the City of Concord has been made aware of a case where scammers are showing the City’s Customer Care number (704-920-5555) when fraudulently calling to demand payment for a utility account. The City of Concord reminds customers that any call received claiming to be your utility company and demanding immediate payment or personal information is a scam. If this happens, hang up the phone and call the customer service number on your bill and notify Concord Police at 704-920-5000. For more information about scams in your area, check out the BBB Scam Tracker. For more information about spoofing, visit fcc.gov.

CTW goes behind the scenes with Concord Electric Systems
Recently Cabarrus County's CTW team visited the Brown Operations Center to get a behind the scenes tour of the Concord Electric Systems Department. In case you didn't catch the show when it aired on Channel 22, you can watch it on demand thanks to CabCoTV online. Visit cabarruscounty.us to plug into this excellent overview of your hometown Public Power provider.

Everyone can make a difference with Neighbor Helping Neighbor
Hundreds of Concord utility customers struggle to pay their electricity bill each month. Neighbor Helping Neighbor, a partnership of the City of Concord and Cooperative Christian Ministry, is here to help. Neighbor Helping Neighbor provides the necessary funds to keep electricity on for neighbors in need. Through a tax-deductible contribution, you can make an immediate impact. There are three ways you can give: Round up your bill and donate the extra cents, donate a set amount each month, or make a one-time donation. Sign up today at ConcordNeighborHelpingNeighbor.com.

Rider Transit Stuff the Bus food drive TOMORROW and continuing through December 21
Help Rider Transit and Cooperative Christian Ministry make a difference by helping to STUFF THE BUS with non-perishable food items to benefit the Crisis Center Food Pantry. Donations can be made at Wal-Mart located at 5825 Thunder Road on Saturday, December 2 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., or daily through December 21 at Rider Transit Center (3600 S Ridge Avenue). For more information call 704-920-RIDER (7433).

Parks and Recreation highlights
Please see the Fall 2017 issue of Leisure Times for a full list of programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Join us for fun youth holiday programs
Holiday-themed books, cooking, art, and craft programs are coming soon at your local Fire Station community room. Bring your 2-5 year olds to Gingerbread Pirates on December 7 and Dream Snow on December 12. For older kids, come to Holiday Sweet Treats on December 7 or Washi Tape Gift Center on December 14. Fees range from $5-$15, and pre-registration is required. Visit us on Facebook for more information, and register online or call us at 704-920-5600.

City of Concord upcoming meetings
Unless otherwise noted, location is the Council Chamber of City Hall, 35 Cabarrus Avenue W.

December
12 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
13 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
14 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session
19 at 6:00 p.m.
Planning and Zoning Commission

Stay Connected!
Visit the City's website for the latest information and updates at concordnc.gov. Check out our page on Facebook and our other interactive features!

Have you experienced great service from Team Concord?
If you have had an experience from our team that left an impact, we hope you'll let us know so we can recognize that coworker with a "High 5 for Excellent Service." You can get started by visiting concordnc.gov/High5 or call 704-920-6400 to submit your acknowledgement over the phone.