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Did you know?

Did you know that City Manager Brian Hiatt is retiring effective April 1 after 19 years of service to Concord? Saturday, March 31 has been proclaimed W. Brian Hiatt Day in Concord in his honor. See images from his retirement event on the City's Facebook page.

Reminder: City offices closed tomorrow for Good Friday
In observance of Good Friday, City of Concord offices will be closed Friday, March 30. Some City services are operating on a different schedule this week. Visit concordnc.gov for more on service and schedule changes. Details on family events planned for next week are in the Parks and Recreation Highlights below.

Seeking additional public input on CDBG and HOME plans for FY19
The Planning and Neighborhood Development Department held a public hearing the evening of March 12 to review community development activities and projects. The hearing provided an opportunity to hear citizen comments and questions about the 2018-2019 Consolidated Annual Action Plan for the use of Community Development Block Grant and HOME grant funds. The final plan will outline proposed goals and activities during the upcoming fiscal year (July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019). The draft document is available for review on concordnc.gov, and printed copies are also available for public review now through April 23 at the Planning and Neighborhood Development Office in City Hall (35 Cabarrus Avenue W) and the Concord Branch of the Cabarrus County Public Library (27 Union Street N). All proposed budgets will be proportionally increased or decreased from the estimated funding levels to match actual allocation amounts. All interested persons are invited to provide comments and input for the final Consolidated Annual Action Plan through April 23, 2018 by contacting Pepper Bego in the Planning and Neighborhood Development Department or emailing begop@concordnc.gov.

NCDOT to repair section of Roberta Road
The N.C. Department of Transportation will be closing a section of Roberta Road in Concord at 9 a.m. Tuesday, April 10, weather permitting. The closure is necessary for maintenance crews to replace a pipe under the roadway. The road is scheduled to reopen by 4 p.m. Thursday, April 12. During the closure, a marked detour will take motorists from Roberta Road to George Liles Parkway to U.S. 29 South to Pitts School Road back to Roberta Road. Motorists traveling in the opposite direction will follow the detour in reverse. NCDOT will place electronic message boards on Roberta Road at Pitts School Road and George Liles Parkway to alert motorists to the closure. For real-time travel information from NCDOT, visit DriveNC.gov or follow NCDOT on Twitter.

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.

Join us for the Bunny Run 5K and Festival March 31

Be sure to visit Downtown Concord on Saturday, March 31 for the
Bunny Run 5K and Festival. In addition to the Fun Run at 9:00 and 5K race at 9:30 a.m., the family festival continues until 12:00 noon and includes activities, arts and crafts, music and dancing with the bunny, and more! For more information, call 704-920-5600.

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

April
10 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
11 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
12 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session
17 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 you can make a difference for the environment and keep Concord beautiful though the Adopt-A-Street program? Litter-free streets, parks, and public areas add to the beauty and appeal of our community. Visit concordnc.gov or contact the Transportation Department at 704-920-5338 to find street segments needing volunteers.

Good Friday holiday and service updates
In observance of Good Friday, City of Concord offices will be closed Friday, March 30. Some City services will operate on a different schedule the week of March 26, and several events are planned throughout the area. Garbage, recycling, and bulky waste collection by Waste Pro will operate on the normal schedule next week. However, all customers are asked to place yard waste at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on Monday, March 26. Yard waste will be collected by the end of the day Thursday, March 29. Visit concordnc.gov for more on service and schedule changes. Details on family events planned for next week are in the Parks and Recreation Highlights below.

The Tim Clark Band to bring sounds of the beach to Haulers on Union
The 600 Festival Association has announced that the Tim Clark Band will bring a fun mix of beach music and oldies to the Haulers on Union Parade & Fan Fest presented by Freightliner in downtown Concord on May 17. The band’s upbeat sound will be one part of a free, fun and exciting evening highlighted by the MONSTER Energy NASCAR Cup car haulers annual parade down Union Street on the way to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the All-Star Race. More than 30 of the brightly-colored NASCAR haulers are expected on Union Street at approximately 6:15 p.m. for an evening of fun. Fans are asked to gather on Union Street between Cabarrus Avenue and Corban Avenue to view the hauler parade. There will be activities for the entire family beginning at 5 p.m. including show cars, race car simulators, games for the entire family, kids’ activities including a bounce house, mascots, celebrity autograph sessions, food vendors and a beer garden for adults. Find out more at 600festival.com.

A prescription drug take back event is planned for your neighborhood April 28
The City of Concord continues its partnership with other local entities in support of the DEA's National Prescription Take Back Day on April 28. Several local businesses are offering the opportunity to dispose unwanted, unused, and expired medications in a safe and secure way. Visit any of the following locations from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon on April 28: Moose Professional Pharmacy (270 Copperfield Boulevard NE #101), Cannon Pharmacy (760 Cabarrus Avenue W), Concord Pharmacy and Surgical Supply (3497 US Highway 601 S), West Cabarrus YMCA (5325 Langford Avenue NW).

This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Medicines that lie unlocked in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from medicine cabinets of family and friends. Disposal by flushing unused medications down the toilet or throwing them in the trash pose potential safety and health hazards for children, adults, and pets. Be a part of the solution and dispose of medications properly. For more information about the disposal of prescription drugs go to DEA diversion control website. To locate the various permanent drop box locations in Cabarrus County please visit lockyourmeds.org/nc/cabarrus.

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.

Join us for the Bunny Run 5K and Festival March 31

Concord Parks and Recreation will once again host several events, including egg hunts on Thursday, March 29 (read page 11 of the Leisure Times for locations and times). Be sure to visit Downtown Concord on Saturday, March 31 for the Bunny Run 5K and Festival. In addition to the Fun Run at 9:00 and 5K race at 9:30 a.m., the family festival continues until 12:00 noon and includes activities, arts and crafts, music and dancing with the bunny, and more! For more information, call 704-920-5600.

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

April
10 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
11 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
12 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session
17 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 you can find employment opportunities with the City of Concord in a variety of occupational fields? Get started in a rewarding public service career today at concordnc.gov or call 704-920-JOBS (5627).

LeDerick Blackburn honored with 2018 Jo Atwater Continuous Core Values award
In last week's Council Meeting Highlights, LeDerick Blackburn was announced as the 2018 Jo Atwater Continuous Core Values awardee. Blackburn has worked in the Planning and Neighborhood Development Department for 12 years and received the award from City Manager Brian Hiatt. The Continuous Core Values award was created in 2003 to recognize one coworker annually who embodies the organizational core values and commitment to serving others in the community. Jo Atwater, who was Concord’s Human Resources Director until she passed away in 2004, was the first recipient of the award that was named in her honor. Find out more about Blackburn and his service at concordnc.gov.

Ledwell, Osborne named to key positions as incoming City Manager begins transition
This week, two City of Concord staff members were named to fill open director positions by City Manager Brian Hiatt and incoming City Manager Lloyd Payne. On Wednesday, Steve Osborne was announced as Concord's next Planning and Neighborhood Development Director. Osborne has worked for the City of Concord since 1989 and succeeds retiring Planning Director Margaret Pearson.

Today, Bethany Ledwell was named as Concord's next Communications Director. Ledwell has worked for the City of Concord for over 15 years, and has been serving in the role on an interim basis since former director Vicki Callicutt left for a position with Union County Emergency Communications.

Both promotions are effective Monday, March 26. Payne assumes his new role as City Manager on April 1, as Brian Hiatt retires after 19 years of service with Concord and more than 37 years in North Carolina local governments.

Time for launch: Rider's Concord Charlotte Express starts MONDAY
Rider Transit is launching the new Concord Charlotte Express regional bus route on Monday, March 19. This new express service will connect the Rider Transit Center, CFA Village/Big Lots Park and Ride, and the new Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) JW Clay Boulevard Station on the LYNX Blue Line Extension. This service, run by Rider Transit and the Cities of Concord and Kannapolis, in partnership with CATS and the City of Charlotte, will be the first all-day, seven-day-a-week regional express service in our area. It will provide easy access to and from Charlotte to provide residents and visitors expanded access to employment, medical, entertainment, and educational options. The service will launch with free rides for the first two weeks—March 19 through April 1—visit tryccx.com to find out more.

2018 City cemetery cleanup planned for March 19-23
Crews are making plans for the annual spring cleaning at cemeteries operated by the City of Concord. The work, planned for the week of March 19, will take place at Oakwood Cemetery, West Concord Cemetery, and Rutherford Memorial Park. In order to prepare for spring mowing and grounds work, the City requests the public’s cooperation in removing all items placed on or near gravesites prior to Monday, March 19. Any item not removed from gravesites before this time will be discarded. Flowers and other items may be replaced after Friday, March 23. For more information call the Cemetery division at 704-786-8212.

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.

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.

March
20 at 6:00 p.m. Planning and Zoning Commission

April
10 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
11 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
12 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 Daylight Saving Time begins at 2:00 a.m. this Sunday? This is also a good time to test the batteries in smoke alarms as you turn clocks ahead an hour. Learn more about smoke alarms at fema.gov.

Highlights of the March 8 City Council Meeting
Please visit concordnc.gov to see the Council Agenda in its entirety.

Presented a retirement plaque to Lemmie Davis, Jr. - 27 years of service, Buildings and Grounds.

Presentation of the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.

Presentation of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition's Directors Award of Distinction for Excellence in Alarm Management to the Police and Communications Departments by Glen Mowrey.

Presented the 2018 Jo Atwater Continuous Core Values Award to LeDerick Blackburn in the Planning and Neighborhood Development Department.
This is the highest award presented to City of Concord coworkers. Jo Atwater's life was synonymous with heartfelt service to others in our community and the highest dedication to our organizational core values. Jo worked for the City from 1994 until her passing in 2004. During this time, she became a respected friend and inspirational teammate to all coworkers. This award continues Jo's vibrant spirit and valued legacy by annually recognizing one coworker that embodies our organizational core values and commitment to serving others in the community. Learn more about LeDerick's service in next week's CityLink Newsletter.

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roclaimed March 31, 2018 W. Brian Hiatt Day in Concord.

Received a presentation from Parks and Recreation on the upcoming City of Concord Open Space Connectivity Analysis process.

Received a presentation from Tindale Oliver, conducted a public hearing, and adopted the 2030 Land Use Plan.

Conducted a public hearing and adopted an ordinance for rezoning from Residential Compact (RC) to Office Institutional - Conditional District (OI-CD) (Case Z-CD-20-17) for property located at 216 Patterson Ave, SE and 27, 42, & 45 Ashlyn Dr, SE.

Continued a public hearing and adopted an ordinance for annexation of three parcels located on the west side of Flowes Store Road, owned by Gary Medlin and Jamie Hedrick.

Conducted a public hearing and adopted an ordinance for annexation of one parcel located on the west side of NC Hwy 601 S (PIN 5539-81-9215), owned by Patricia Clark and Hal Hartsell Jr.

Conducted a public hearing and adopted an ordinance for annexation of +/- 4.6 acres on the south side of Ellenwood Rd, owned by Shim and Florence Boyd.

Conducted a public hearing and adopted an ordinance for annexation of +/- 15.078 acres located on the southeast side of Harris Rd and southwest side of Poplar Tent Rd, owned by Dwayne, Mamie, and Alan Hensley.

Approved a request from Concord Downtown Development Corporation (CDDC) to co-sponsor the 2018 Spring Into Arts Festival by providing in-kind services and liability insurance for the event.

Adopted Mayor and City Council operating principles, City Council goals for FY 2018-2019, and the 2018 Federal Legislative Agenda and State Legislative Priorities documents.

Adopting procedures for the purpose of negotiating the extension or assignment of existing non-commercial hanger leases at the Concord Regional Airport.

Authorized the City Manager to negotiate and execute a lease agreement with Pirate Aire, LLC for the purpose of assuming the remainder of the existing lease term currently held by MM Hanger, LLC and extending that term in accordance with newly established policy and procedure.

Approved an Employment Agreement with Lloyd Payne.

Take Donnie Avenue NW to Pancake Day next week
Are you excited about Concord's favorite Day at the Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus County next week? This year, you'll be able to arrive at Pancake Day via Donnie Avenue NW. Donnie Avenue NW is a one-way street that connects Union Street N to Spring Street NW approaching the Boys & Girls Club campus. Officials celebrated the renamed Donnie Avenue NW on Thursday, March 1. In December 2017, the City Council voted to rename the section of Elm Avenue NW between Union Street N and Spring Street NW in honor of Donnie Whittington, long-time club athletic director who passed away in 2012. Whittington devoted his life to coaching and championing youth sports in Cabarrus County for 55 years. Find out more on the City's Facebook page.

Spring 2018 City Circular digital edition now available

The latest issue of the City Circular has arrived in the mail featuring an in-depth look at the new Concord Charlotte Express service from Rider Transit. You can also access the 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.

How Will Federal Housing Funds Help Your Community?
Every year, the City of Concord develops a plan for how it will use federal funding received from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership programs. To gain public input and recommendations on how the City of Concord should spend its federal HUD dollars for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, the City will host a public hearing on Monday, March 12 at 6:00 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers located at 35 Cabarrus Avenue W. Your participation in the development of the Consolidated Action Plan process will help ensure that the housing needs of Concord’s citizens are addressed. For more information, please contact Pepper Bego at begop@concordnc.gov or 704-920-5133.

TOMORROW! fourth annual Sun Drop Pound Cake Portrait Paint-off
The fourth annual Sun Drop Pound Cake Portrait Paint-Off will be held in ClearWater Artist Studios Main Gallery on Saturday, March 10 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. During this exciting event, featured painters are given the Challenge of live painting in a spectator-sport setting, nudging them with a short time limit and an audience, to shift how they work. Attendees have the opportunity to watch blank canvases brought to life before their eyes, by some of the most talented portrait-painters in the region. For more information contact Sarah Gay, ClearWater Artist Studios Manager at 704-784-9535 or clearwatermgr@gmail.com. ClearWater Artist Studios is located is 223 Crowell Drive NW in Gibson Village. For details and weekly hours, see clearwaterartists.com; the CW Facebook Page, or call the office at 704-784-9535.

Just one more week: Rider's Concord Charlotte Express launches March 19
Rider Transit is launching the new Concord Charlotte Express regional bus route on Monday, March 19. This new express service will connect the Rider Transit Center, CFA Village/Big Lots Park and Ride, and the new Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) JW Clay Boulevard Station on the LYNX Blue Line Extension. This service, run by Rider Transit and the Cities of Concord and Kannapolis, in partnership with CATS and the City of Charlotte, will be the first all-day, seven-day-a-week regional express service in our area. It will provide easy access to and from Charlotte to provide residents and visitors expanded access to employment, medical, entertainment, and educational options. The service will launch with free rides for the first two weeks—March 19 through April 1-visit tryccx.com to find out more.

2018 City cemetery cleanup planned for March 19-23
Crews are making plans for the annual spring cleaning at cemeteries operated by the City of Concord. The work, planned for the week of March 19, will take place at Oakwood Cemetery, West Concord Cemetery, and Rutherford Memorial Park. In order to prepare for spring mowing and grounds work, the City requests the public’s cooperation in removing all items placed on or near gravesites prior to Monday, March 19. Any item not removed from gravesites before this time will be discarded. Flowers and other items may be replaced after Friday, March 23. For more information call the Cemetery division at 704-786-8212.


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

March
14 at 7:00 p.m. Historic Preservation Commission
20 at 6:00 p.m.
Planning and Zoning Commission

April
10 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
12 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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Please note: the original version of this week's CityLink Newsletter had an error related to the date of the Planning Department's federal HUD program public hearing. The correct date is reflected in this version, Monday, March 12. We apologize for any confusion.


Did you know?
Did you know the City of Concord uses biodiesel to displace 60,000 gallons of diesel fuel each year? Find out more about more about how the Fleet Services department helps keep our operations sustainable at concordnc.gov.

City Council to hold public hearing on 2030 Land Use Plan on Tuesday, March 6
The City of Concord invites the public to review the draft of the document that will guide the development of the community over the next 10-15 years. The draft 2030 Land Use Plan is now available for review at concordnc.gov/2030. With the assistance of Tindale Oliver, Planning and Neighborhood Development staff have been working to update the City's Land Use Plan to provide the framework for land use and development through the year 2030. The existing Land Use Plan, referred to as the 2015 Land Use Plan, was created in 2004 and updated in 2007. The final plan will guide City officials as they develop future budgets, plan infrastructure and other services, make important land use decisions, and revise current policies within the Concord Development Ordinance. The draft documents also include a preliminary implementation schedule. The City Council will hold a Public Hearing on the 2030 Land Use Plan on Tuesday, March 6 at 4:00 p.m. at the regularly scheduled March City Council Work Session. Find out more at concordnc.gov.

How Will Federal Housing Funds Help Your Community?
Every year, the City of Concord develops a plan for how it will use federal funding received from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership programs. To gain public input and recommendations on how the City of Concord should spend its federal HUD dollars for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, the City will host a public hearing on Monday, March 12 at 6:00 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers located at 35 Cabarrus Avenue W. Your participation in the development of the Consolidated Action Plan process will help ensure that the housing needs of Concord’s citizens are addressed. For more information, please contact Pepper Bego at begop@concordnc.gov or 704-920-5133.

Concord Fire Department to perform fire hydrant maintenance
Over the course of the next six months the Concord Fire Department will perform annual maintenance checks on all City of Concord fire hydrants. This will include removing the caps, greasing the threads, and exercising the operating valve on over 5,000 hydrants to ensure water can be obtained should the need arise. Customers who experience discolored water should allow a faucet to run until it clears up. Please contact the Customer Care Center at 704-920-5555 with any questions or concerns.

ClearWater Artist Studios presents: fourth annual Sun Drop Pound Cake Portrait Paint-off
The fourth annual Sun Drop Pound Cake Portrait Paint-Off will be held in ClearWater Artist Studios Main Gallery on Saturday, March 10 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. During this exciting event, featured painters are given the Challenge of live painting in a spectator-sport setting, nudging them with a short time limit and an audience, to shift how they work. Attendees have the opportunity to watch blank canvases brought to life before their eyes, by some of the most talented portrait-painters in the region. For more information contact Sarah Gay, ClearWater Artist Studios Manager at 704-784-9535 or clearwatermgr@gmail.com. ClearWater Artist Studios is located is 223 Crowell Drive NW in Gibson Village. For details and weekly hours, see clearwaterartists.com; the CW Facebook Page, or call the office at 704-784-9535.

CDDC's annual Concord on Canvas event celebrates local artists
Each year, the Concord Downtown Development Corporation (CDDC) celebrates the local arts community with the annual Concord on Canvas event. Over $1,000 is raised annually for the participating high school art departments of Cabarrus County. This year 19 high school student artists and 21 local professional artists have prepared original works of art that are being featured and sold at the event. Banners displaying the original artwork that is up for auction are on display now along Union Street in Downtown Concord through March 10. Online bidding is underway and continues until the live auction on Friday, March 9. More information on this event, including links to online bidding and ticket purchasing may be found at ConcordDowntown.com.

Coming March 19: Rider's Concord Charlotte Express regional bus service
Rider Transit is launching the new Concord Charlotte Express regional bus route on Monday, March 19. This new express service will connect the Rider Transit Center, CFA Village/Big Lots Park and Ride, and the new Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) JW Clay Boulevard Station on the LYNX Blue Line Extension. This service, run by Rider Transit and the Cities of Concord and Kannapolis, in partnership with CATS and the City of Charlotte, will be the first all-day, seven-day-a-week regional express service in our area. It will provide easy access to and from Charlotte to provide residents and visitors expanded access to employment, medical, entertainment, and educational options. The service will launch with free rides for the first two weeks—March 19 through April 1—visit tryccx.com to find out more.

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.

Wild Child: Nature Exploration
Do you have a WILD child? Concord Parks and Rec has the perfect (free) program for youngsters ages 8 and older to be "wild," have fun, and learn a little bit about nature! Wild Child: Nature Exploration meets Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. at the McGee Park shelter (219 Corban Avenue E) on March 6 and 20, April 10 and 24, and May 8. The final program meets on the McEachern Greenway Extension on May 22. Register today and find out more at concordparksandrec.org.

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

March
6 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session
8 at 6:00 p.m.
City Council regular session
14 at 7:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
20 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.