Not sure? Come to a MONTHLY MEETING!
Our monthly meetings are held on First Tuesdays of the month via Google Meets. To join a meeting go to our Events page here.
PART 2 YOU'RE INVITED!
On Wednesday, November 16th from 6-8pm, the Concord Greenspace Coalition will host Part 2 of a two-part community workshop to discuss the middle school project. We'll be joined by Superintendent Murphy, the School Board, and School Board candidates. All are welcome!
Learn more here!
Check out the community input from Part 1 here!
Attend the I-93 Expansion
Public Hearing November 14th
7-11 pm City Chambers
NHDOT is fast-tracking 20+ year old plans to widen I-93 from 4 lanes to 8 between Bow through Exit 15 - doubling the width of the highway and making concrete the divide in our city. The time is now to stand up for our city's 20+ year old vision for a deck park and pedestrian river bridge to unify Concord and connect residents to the Merrimack River. If we don't act now the opportunity will be lost forever! Learn more here.
Join the effort to ensure NHDOT lays the groundwork for connecting our city:
1) Public Hearing on 11/14 RSVP.
2) Write to City Council today!
We need strong community input NOW from individuals like YOU!
Growth in Concord
“Will Concord grow?” Recent statistics say “no”. So why do we need Concord to grow? What the Sustainable Development team is learning from Strong Towns resources is, from purely economic basis, cities need more people to meet the costs of failing infrastructure. Or, cities need more investment/higher taxes to improve the quality of life in Concord and to attract people to Concord to reduce that rate of tax increase.
Do you want Concord to grow? If so, how would you like it to grow? If no, how would you prevent growth and the economic need for growth?
Trail Planning & Protection
Rebuild @ Rundlett
"Keep the Middle School in the MIDDLE!"
Citizens in favor of rebuilding the middle school on the existing site, decreasing cost to taxpayers, preventing increased traffic and congestion, promoting child safety, preserving walkability,
and protecting the green resources, history and character of our city.