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Entries for April 2017

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Did you know?
Did you know you can now start, stop, or move your City of Concord utility service using our website? Visit concordnc.gov/newcustomer, where you can learn more about the online utility service application process, or get started at custcare.concordnc.gov/application. If you need assistance, representatives are available weekdays from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at 704-920-5555.

Earth Day all April long concludes with Kids in Nature day TOMORROW!
The City of Concord invites the community to celebrate the planet as it works to preserve and protect our natural resources. In partnership with NC Wildlife Federation’s Great Outdoors University, the Concord Wildlife Alliance will host Kids in Nature Day on Saturday, April 29 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon at Woodland Discovery, 8755 Poplar Tent Road. Kids in Nature Day is a free event for families to come and play outdoors. As part of this event, and in observance of National Arbor Day, the City of Concord will hand out native tree seedlings provided by the National Wildlife Federation. Activities include fishing (poles and bait provided), guided nature hikes, nature scavenger hunt, crafts, wildlife experts and more! For more information, contact concordwildlifealliance@gmail.com or visit facebook.com/ConcordWildlifeAlliance.

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Saturday, April 29 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Tomorrow, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., Walgreens at 735 Cabarrus Avenue W is partnering with Concord Police to accept unused or expired medications from the public for proper and environmentally safe disposal. As a reminder, the Concord Police Department has a secure medication drop box located in the CPD Headquarters lobby (41 Cabarrus Avenue W) available 24/7/365. Visit the Concord Public Safety Facebook Page to learn more.

Concord Police warn public against credit card fraud, seek information on suspects
Concord Police are warning the public of an increase in identity fraud resulting from customers credit/debit card information being stolen during purchases made using a card reader. The suspects are stealing credit card information by attaching a device called a “skimmer” to the card readers on point of sale items like ATM machines, retail stores, gas pumps, etc. These skimmers look very similar to the card reader they are attached to and are virtually unnoticeable. Additionally, suspects are now installing these skimmers inside gas pumps and either obtaining the credit card information wirelessly using Bluetooth or coming back at a later time and removing the device to download the information later. Click here to find out about suspects wanted by the Concord Police Department and what you can do to keep from becoming a victim.

City seeks qualified buyer for new, affordable home in Gibson Village
The City of Concord is continuing efforts to meet the affordable housing demand in the area. Using funding that has been allocated from the Federal Government through its HOME Investment Partnerships program, 15 homes have been constructed in local neighborhoods over the last four years. The Planning and Neighborhood Development Department's Community Development team leads these efforts for the City. A beautiful, single story Victorian home on Kerr Street in Gibson Village, near ClearWater Artist Studios, is the newest property available for purchase by qualified families. Visit concordnc.gov for details about the home and buyer qualification requirements.

Sacrifices live on—Cabarrus Law Day 2017
On Friday, May 5, the public is invited to show their appreciation of our local law enforcement officers and commemorate the development of law in the United States at a special Law Day ceremony at 10:45 a.m. in the Cabarrus County Government Center (65 Church Street S). The ceremony is a long-standing tradition in Cabarrus County that is representative of national celebrations dedicated to the officers of and ties between written law and the pursuit of order. Once again, a deserving veteran law enforcement officer will receive the Robert Jackson Eury Memorial Award, and the Cabarrus County Bar Association will honor a local member with the Liberty Bell Award. This year’s theme is “The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy.” For more information about Law Day and the ceremony, call the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office at 704-920-3000 or visit cabarruscounty.us and lawday.org.

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

Boot Camp in the Park
This extreme fitness class focuses on levels of exercise incorporating cardio drills, resistance training with your body weight, and core workouts. Participants must be 18 years of age or older (medical clearance required for those over 40 years of age). Boot Camp meets Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings from 5-6:00 a.m. at Les Myers Park ballfield. The next 16-class session begins Monday, May 1. City residents pay $65, non-residents pay $70 for the combined 16 class session. For more information and to register 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.

May
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 you can find out about employment opportunities with the City of Concord online or over the phone? In addition to the City's career portal, you can call 704-920-JOBS (5627) to stay up to date on employment opportunities. Applications for available positions are accepted online. For those who may not have easy access to the internet, onsite assistance is available in the Human Resources office (City Hall 4th Level) weekdays from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Learn more at concordnc.gov.

2016 annual Water Quality Report is now available
The Annual Drinking Water Report for 2016 for the City of Concord is now available at concordnc.gov/WaterQualityReport .This report contains important information regarding the sources and quality of your drinking water. For questions or copies, please call 704-920-5555.

Celebrate Earth Day! Events continue with FREE SHREDDING this weekend
The City of Concord invites the community to celebrate the planet as it works to preserve and protect our natural resources. Tomorrow will mark the 47th anniversary of Earth Day. On Saturday, April 22, the City of Concord and Cabarrus County will host a FREE secure shredding event for all Cabarrus County citizens. From 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., each Cabarrus County resident may bring up to three regular-sized garbage bags or bankers boxes to be shredded at 280 Concord Parkway N. (behind Arby’s). All shredded papers will be recycled. Visit concordnc.gov to learn more about additional Earth Day events.

Cabarrus Extension presents 12th Spring Herb & Plant Festival on April 22
The Cabarrus County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association proudly presents the 12th Annual Spring Herb & Plant Festival on Saturday April 22 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (RAIN or SHINE). The Festival is located at the Piedmont Farmers Market, 518 Winecoff School Road. Over 80 vendors/artisans/growers will offer herbs, flowers, plants, pottery, birdhouses, metal works, woodworking, foods, soaps, local honey, and much, much more. Lauren Duncan, Horticulture Extension Agent, and the Cabarrus County Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions about gardening. For more information visit mastergardenerscabarrus.org.

Fire Department plans training exercises
The Concord Fire Department is planning several training exercises on private property made available to the City, located at 1760 Odell School Road and 8893 Davidson Highway. The property will be used to conduct arson investigation training on Monday, April 24 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Additionally, a typical live burn training exercise is planned for May 1 in a structure located at 5175 Rocky River Road. Fire suppression person will be on site between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. For additional information visit concordnc.gov, or contact the Concord Fire Department Training Division at 704-920-5525.

Here We Grow NC: Concord prepares for the future, aims to balance the cost of growth
North Carolina’s cities and towns are where new ideas take root and where hard work helps them grow. For generations, from the mountains to the sea, North Carolina's 540 hometowns have been the engines of our state’s growing economy. And for decades, investments made by municipalities have helped fuel that growth. Here We Grow is a project of the North Carolina League of Municipalities that shares the stories of its hometowns direct from the source. Click here to learn how the City of Concord is balancing infrastructure and other needs associated with growth with how to pay for these needs. Learn more about the Here We Grow initiative at herewegrownc.org.
 
Engage with Concord Police at two upcoming events
Concord Police are continuing efforts to engage the community with the first quarter 2017 crime and safety meetings scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25 and Thursday, April 27, 2017. The meetings will be open to the public and identical in format, but held in different locations and specific for the City's two geographic patrol bureaus. Members of the community are encouraged to attend the meeting corresponding to their home or business' location. The East Patrol Bureau will be the focus of the April 25 meeting at Concord Police Headquarters (41 Cabarrus Avenue West, parking in Cabarrus Avenue Parking Deck). On April 27, the discussion will be dedicated to the West Patrol Bureau and held at Cannon School's Performing Arts Center (5801 Poplar Tent Road). A printable flyer for this event is available at concordnc.gov/police. To register for the first quarter 2017 Concord Police crime and safety meetings, or for additional information, contact Sergeant Larry Hubbard at 704-920-5008 or hubbardl@concordnc.gov, or Captain Robert Ledwell at 704-920-5025 or ledwellr@concordnc.gov.

Concord youth ages 12-16 have an opportunity to learn more about the Police Department and the services it provides to the community on Saturday, May 6. Youth participating in the inaugural, one-day Concord Youth Police Academy program will gain firsthand information about Police Department functions and operations through lectures and practical exercises. The FREE academy is designed to increase understanding between youth and police officers through hands-on education. Space is limited, and applications are due Friday, April 28. Learn more and apply at
concordnc.gov/police.

NCDOT wants your feedback on proposed projects through 2027
The N.C. Department of Transportation wants your feedback on its Draft 10-Year State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), which identifies the construction funding and scheduling for transportation projects. The Draft 2018-2027 STIP includes 1,421 projects, including 1,123 highway and 298 non-highway projects (aviation, public transit, rail, ferry, bicycle and pedestrian) in every county across the state. The STIP has been developed over the past year and a half, and NCDOT will receive feedback from Division 10 citizens on Tuesday, April 25, in Albemarle. The informal meeting will be held at the Stanly Commons Commissioner’s Meeting Room, 1000 N. First St., from 5 to 7 p.m., and the public is invited to stop in any time during the meeting. Anyone who cannot attend a session in person, can view the information online and submit their comments by email, phone, or mail. Information, including the document and contact information is available at ncdot.gov.

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

Greenway Adventures: “I Spy” Critters
Ages 4 and up. Using the greenways as our classroom, we will explore critters and their habitats with fun and creative activities. Spring Greenway Adventures begins with "I Spy" Critters. This "I Spy…" game keeps us on the move while searching high and low for critters. Meets Tuesday, April 25 at McGee Park (219 Corban Avenue SE) and Thursday, April 27 at Hector H. Henry II Greenway (1215 Moss Farm Street NW). All Greenway Adventures begin at 5:00 p.m. at the designated location. Pre-register and find out more about this free family program at concordparksandrec.org.

Calling future Youth Council members (last chance to apply this year)!
The Concord Youth Council is accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year through April 28. All rising 9th, 10th, and 11th graders who attend a public, private, or home school within the Cabarrus County School district or live in Concord City limits are encouraged to apply. The Youth Council seeks students dedicated to bettering the community and serving as the official youth voice to City government. The Youth Council has regular meetings and members participate in service projects throughout the year. To find out more and receive an application, visit concordnc.gov/YouthCouncil or contact Taylor Morris at 704-920-5616 or morrist@concordnc.gov.

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

May
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 second full week of April (April 9-15, 2017) is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week? Sponsored by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International and celebrated annually, this week honors the thousands of men and women who respond to emergency calls, dispatch emergency professionals and equipment, and render life-saving assistance to the world’s citizens. The City of Concord thanks its Communications Department team members, who dispatch the Fire and Police departments, and perform countless other duties to keep our organization and services connected and running smoothly. Learn more at npstw.org.

“Our dispatchers provide a vital service to the community – answering emergency calls for service and coordinating responses citywide,” said Police Chief Gary Gacek. “They perform a difficult and incredibly stressful job. Telecommunicators not only keep the public safe, but also help to keep emergency responders safe as well. These unsung heroes deserve recognition and our respect for the work they do every day on behalf of the public.”

Fire Chief Ray Allen added, “you will not recognize them on the street or at lunch, but telecommunicators are the lifeline between those who need help and those responding. We all owe them our support and appreciation.”

On the agenda: April 13 City Council Meeting
The following are highlights of this month’s City Council agenda, scheduled for 6:00 p.m. tonight. This week’s CityLink Newsletter was published early due to the Good Friday holiday. Please visit concordnc.gov to see the Council Agenda in its entirety, and contact the City Clerk at 704-920-5215 if you have questions about action taken on the April agenda items.

Present the 2017 Jo Atwater Continuous Core Values Award. 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. Find out the winner in next week's CityLink Newsletter.

Receive the
Youth Council semi-annual update from President Allyson Finley.

Conduct a public hearing to consider a rezoning from Cabarrus County Low Density Residential (LDR) to City of Concord Residential Village-Conditional District (RV-CD) for the development of a
157-home single family subdivision.

Conduct a public hearing to consider adopting an ordinance amending Article 12 (Sign Standards) of the Concord Development Ordinance (CDO).

Conduct a public hearing and consider adopting an ordinance for annexation of a parcel owned by CK Afton Ridge Land LLC.

Conduct a public hearing and consider adopting the Annual Agency Plan for the Housing Department, which updates the policies that govern the Public Housing Program.

Consider recognizing the Kenton Glenn Homeowners' Association into the City's Partnership for Stronger Neighborhoods program.

Consider adopting a budget amendment and awarding a contract with Piedmont Asphalt Paving Co. Inc. for construction of the Tournament and Chestnut Intersection Realignment project.

Consider approving work authorizations 1501 for the Airport Master Plan Update and 1603 for the runway/taxiway/apron strengthening project to Talbert, Bright & Ellington Inc.

Consider approving a New Service Stimulus Program for Concord Regional Airport.

Consider approving the City of Concord Unmanned Aerial System Program (UAS).

City offices will be closed on Good Friday, April 14
As a reminder, in observance of Good Friday, City of Concord offices will be closed Friday, April 14. Some City services are operating on a different schedule this week. Don't forget the Bunny Run 5K and Festival on Saturday, April 15 (more details in Parks and Rec Highlights below). Find out more about the holiday schedule at concordnc.gov.

Celebrate Earth Day all April long!
The City of Concord invites the community to celebrate the planet as it works to preserve and protect our natural resources. April 22, 2017 will mark the 47th anniversary of Earth Day. The City has a variety of activities and opportunities planned for the weeks surrounding Earth Day. Visit concordnc.gov to learn more about Flutter-By Earth Day, Kids in Nature Day, a FREE Shredding event, and more.

Concord Police plan community engagement opportunities
Concord Police are continuing efforts to engage the community with the first quarter 2017 crime and safety meetings scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25 and Thursday, April 27, 2017. The meetings will be open to the public and identical in format, but held in different locations and specific for the City's two geographic patrol bureaus. Members of the community are encouraged to attend the meeting corresponding to their home or business' location. The East Patrol Bureau will be the focus of the April 25 meeting at Concord Police Headquarters (41 Cabarrus Avenue West, parking in Cabarrus Avenue Parking Deck). On April 27, the discussion will be dedicated to the West Patrol Bureau and held at Cannon School's Performing Arts Center (5801 Poplar Tent Road). A printable flyer for this event is available at concordnc.gov/police. To register for the first quarter 2017 Concord Police crime and safety meetings, or for additional information, contact Sergeant Larry Hubbard at 704-920-5008 or hubbardl@concordnc.gov, or Captain Robert Ledwell at 704-920-5025 or ledwellr@concordnc.gov.

Concord youth ages 12-16 have an opportunity to learn more about the Police Department and the services it provides to the community on Saturday, May 6. Youth participating in the inaugural, one-day Concord Youth Police Academy program will gain firsthand information about Police Department functions and operations through lectures and practical exercises. The FREE academy is designed to increase understanding between youth and police officers through hands-on education. Space is limited, and applications are due Friday, April 28. Learn more and apply at concordnc.gov/police.

Cabarrus Extension presents 12th Spring Herb & Plant Festival on April 22
The Cabarrus County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association proudly presents the 12th Annual Spring Herb & Plant Festival on Saturday April 22 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (RAIN or SHINE). The Festival is located at the Piedmont Farmers Market, 518 Winecoff School Road. Over 80 vendors/artisans/growers will offer herbs, flowers, plants, pottery, birdhouses, metal works, woodworking, foods, soaps, local honey, and much, much more. Lauren Duncan, Horticulture Extension Agent, and the Cabarrus County Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions about gardening. For more information visit mastergardenerscabarrus.org.

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

Bunny Run 5K and Festival
Celebrate Spring in Downtown Concord at the Bunny Run 5K and Festival on Saturday, April 15. Races will begin and end on Means Avenue (beside the Historic Courthouse) and follow the McEachern and Downtown Connector Greenways. Day-of race registration is $20, opening at 8:00 a.m. The Fun Run starts at 9:00 a.m. and the 5K begins at 9:30 a.m., with awards overall and by division. At the Bunny Run Festival, you'll find inflatables, arts and crafts, face painting, prizes, and dancing with the bunny from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. For more information, call 704-920-5600 or visit concordparksandrec.org.

Flutter-By Earth Day
All ages are invited to join us for Earth Week celebrations showcasing the monarch butterfly and other pollinators. You’ll be enlightened with information about these endangered creatures and their native plants with our special guests from around the community. Kids and adults alike can participate in fluttering fun crafts and activities at either location from 5:30 until 7:00 p.m. Join us Tuesday, April 18 at Les Myers Park (Paul’s Shelter), 338 Lawndale Avenue SE, and Thursday, April 20 at Dorton Park (Large Shelter), 5790 Poplar Tent Road.

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

April
18 at 6:00 p.m. Planning and Zoning Commission

May
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 that Concord's Fleet facility is certified by Automotive Service Excellence as a Blue Seal of Excellence Shop?  Over 85% of our technicians hold ASE certifications, and we currently maintain 6 Master Mechanic certifications.  This means our parts and service personnel are highly professional, and are competitive with private sector repair facilities.  This helps keep our costs low and our fleet on the job. Learn more at concordnc.gov.

Good Friday holiday schedule, Bunny Run 5K and other events
In observance of Good Friday, City of Concord offices will be closed Friday, April 14. Some City services will operate on a different schedule the week of April 10, and several events are planned throughout the area including the egg hunt on Thursday, April 13 and the Bunny Run 5K and Festival on Saturday, April 15.  For details, visit concordnc.gov.

Cabarrus County, Subaru of Concord, and WBTV host animal adoption event

The adoption event, “Bring Me Home Carolinas”, is being hosted by Cabarrus County, Subaru of Concord, and WBTV at the Cabarrus County Animal Shelter on April 8 from 10 am until 2 pm. The goal of the event is to bring people into the local shelters, humane societies and rescue groups to increase adoptions and clear the shelters.  During the event organizers will offer special incentives to encourage adoption.  Adopters will receive half price adoptions sponsored by Tenant Improvement Interiors (Dogs $50 and cats $45). Participants will also receive goodie bags with coupon and gift cards and a fit bit watch to the first person that adopts.  Be prepared for wagging tails, wet noses, big eyes, barks, meows, and unconditional love! For more information, call 704-920-3294  or visit www.cabarruscounty.us/pets


CDDC's host guided historic walking tours

Join local author and historian Michael Eury for a guided historic walking tour of Downtown Concord on the second Saturday of the month, from April through November. The first tour will be held this Saturday, April 8 at 10:30 a.m. Tours are approximately an hour and fifteen minutes. Cost is $10 per person, reservations must be made in advance. Maximum of 16 attendees per tour. Register at concorddowntown.com. Special group tours for other times of the month are also available, minimum of 10 attendees required for a private group tour. For more information email info@concorddowntown.com or call 704-784-4208.

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

Bunny Run 5K & Festival

Celebrate Spring in Downtown Concord with our 5K and Festival on Saturday, April 15. Races will begin and end on Means Avenue (beside the Historic Courthouse) following the McEachern Greenway and the Downtown Connector Greenway. Day-of race registration is $20 opening at 8:00 a.m., our Fun Run starts at 9:00 a.m., and the 5K begins at 9:30 a.m. Awards given to overall male and female and to the top three male and female finishers in each age group. Join us for inflatables, arts & crafts, face painting, prizes and dancing with our fluffy bunny at the Bunny Run Festival from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon.

 

Super Squad

For ages 6-12. This spring break we are out of school and out to play! With our capes and super powers we will patrol the parks while keeping an eye out for pollutants and critter chaos all while playing games and making crafts. The Super Squad will meet Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, April 19 – 21 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon at Les Myers Park by the C.T. Sherrill Community Building, 338 Lawndale Ave. The fee for this program is $20 Concord Residents; $25 non-residents. To join our Squadregister now.

 

Flutter By Earth Day

All ages are invited to join us for Earth Week celebrations showcasing the monarch butterfly and other pollinators. You’ll be enlightened with information about these endangered creatures and their native plants with our special guests from around the community. Kids and adults alike can participate in fluttering fun crafts and activities at two locations from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Join us Tuesday, April 18 at Les Myers Park in Paul’s Shelter, 338 Lawndale Ave. SE, and Thursday, April 20 at Dorton Park in the Large Shelter, 5790 Poplar Tent Rd.

 

Calling future Youth Council members!!
The Concord Youth Council is accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year through April 28. All rising 9th, 10th, and 11th graders who attend a public, private, or home school within the Cabarrus County School district or live in Concord City limits are encouraged to apply. The Youth Council seeks students dedicated to bettering the community and serving as the official youth voice to City government. The Youth Council has regular meetings and members participate in service projects throughout the year. To find out more and receive an application, visit concordnc.gov/YouthCouncil or contact Taylor Morris at 704-920-5616 or morrist@concordnc.gov.


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

April
11 at 4:00 p.m. City Council work session 
12 at 7:00 p.m. Historic Preservation Commission
13 at 6:00 p.m. City Council regular session
18 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.