Happy New Year!
Best Wishes for a Productive & Prosperous 2020
Neighborhood Leaders - Thank you for your continuous service to your neighborhood.
For the past 20 years, the Partnership for Stronger Neighborhoods Program has been a moving force in helping our organization make good informed decisions that moves our city forward in a positive direction. Our commitment is center in the value of delivering excellent service and working closely with you and other community partners to plan for, protect, and enhance the quality of life in the City. We hope that you will continue to maintain close connections with your neighborhood liaison and other city officials in to the new year and new decade.
Best Wishes for a prosperous 2020!!
~ Congratulations ~
2019 Neighborhood Partnership Award Winners!
Through the Neighborhood Partnership Awards program, neighborhoods have the opportunity each year to recognize an individual or a community group who has provided outstanding service, leadership, and/or a significant act of kindness. These individuals are neighbors who have significantly impacted their neighborhoods and contributed to increasing the quality of life in our city. Below is a list of 2019 Award Winners:
Roe & Roy Thompson
* is not a City recognized neighborhood
These individuals are being recognized by their neighborhood organization for the hard work and significant efforts made over the past year to engage residents, lead, or invest in their neighborhoods. We will celebrate this recognition during the Neighborhood Leadership Council Recognition event on Monday, January 13, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers located at 35 Cabarrus Ave West. Hopefully you and any guest can attend this event. RSVP for the recognition event.
City of Concord’s Elected Officials
On December 12, 2019, reelected City Council Members Brian King, Jennifer Parsley, and John Sweat took their oath of office along with newly elected City Council Member Andy Langford (District 1). Also the City Council elected John Sweat as Mayor Pro-Tem for 2020. Click here to view photos captured by Mike Anderson.
William C. "Bill" Dusch
Andy Langford - District 1
W. Brian King - District 2
Ella Mae Small – District 3
JC McKenzie – District 4
Terry Crawford – District 5
Jennifer Parsley – District 6
John Sweat, Jr. – District 7
Concord's Mayor and City Council are all elected at-large to four-year staggered terms. Candidates for Mayor must reside in City Limits, and Candidates for City Council must reside within the district from which they run for office. To learn more about Concord’s elected officials visit concordnc.gov.
2020 Community Needs Assessment
Let local organizations and leaders know what challenges are facing Cabarrus County residents.
Every four years Cabarrus County conducts a needs assessment to identify the most pressing issues facing residents in our community. The results of the assessment help local organizations, policymakers and community leaders to better address the unmet needs faced by our neighbors. Please click here to complete an anonymous 15 minute survey. Your feedback is important and it will help area agencies understand and address health and quality of life issues in our community.
Healthy Cabarrus and other local partners are sponsoring this assessment, which has been done since 2000. Findings from the survey will be available by summer of 2020 and action plans to address top priorities will be developed in early 2021. To learn more, visit https://www.healthycabarrus.org/
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