Did you know that the City of Concord has more than 80 miles of hiking trails?

The City of Concord has more than 80 miles of city hiking trails that provide recreational opportunities through a variety of terrain, including flat walking trails to more challenging slopes with changes in elevation. The trails cross lands that also preserve open space, natural resources, and wildlife habitats. Several miles of the trails cross private land where property owners have generously granted permission for the City to maintain these trails, so guests are asked to access the marked trails only.

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“At one point or another, we’ve printed for almost every business in Concord”

Working in a city like Concord I sometimes feel like we are all occupying a single small-town block. No matter how many things grow, or change, or update, I still expect to see a familiar face on my morning walk, or answer “do you know this person or that person” within 2 degrees of Kevin Bacon. It takes a lot for a city to be a community, and sometimes it’s a couple common things that manage to keep a us in a tight weave, even if we don’t realize it.

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Bringing an electric car to Concord? No problem - charging is easy!

It is a good time to spend a few days in Concord! The city’s revived Main Street is drawing in big crowds as  a variety of new restaurants open- enriching the city’s dining scene. But what if you have an electric car? You need an electric vehicle charging station, also called EV charging station, for the recharging of electric vehicles. We got you covered!

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A fun Winter Fest is coming to Concord!

Throughout the weekend of January 25-27, visitors can enjoy a wide range of indoor and outdoor events in the city of Concord, including the first ever WINTER FEST. Events include an ice sculpture competition, family activities, cornhole competition, visit from a surprise NHL player, winter shopping stroll and warm-up stations serving hot chocolate, hot cider and s’mores throughout the weekend.

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