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  • The Town Treasurer will be on vacation from Friday June 2nd through Friday June 9th. The office will be closed except for Wednesday, June 7th.

  • The Town Treasurers office will be closed on Fridays until further notice.

The Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May 29th on Main Street at 10:00am.


Notice is hereby given to the residents of the Town of Concord Vermont that the Municipal Building, 385 Main Street, Concord, Vermont on Tuesday, June 6, at 5:45 pm.

This hearing will be held for public review of and comment on a proposed Town of Concord Municipal Plan, pursuant to Title 24 VSA, Chapter 117. The purpose of the proposed Municipal Plan is to establish a coordinated and comprehensive planning process to guide decisions made by the Town of Concord. The proposed Plan, if and when adopted, will affect all lands within the Town of Concord. 

The proposed Municipal Plan can be viewed at: Concord Municipal Plan Final Draft 4.28.23. Hard copies of the plan are available at the Concord Municipal Building upon request.  Please call the project consultant, Cynthia Stuart, at 802.535.2571 or email cynthia@stuartconsult.com with questions.

Dated April 28, 2023, Town of Concord Planning & Zoning Board


Schedule of SATURDAY  
Bulky and Construction & Debris (C & D) Days

Click here to view the E-Z Trash, LLC Schedule of SATURDAY Bulky and Construction & Debris (C & D) Days.

NEK Community Broadband Update:

Twenty-three NEK towns are slated to have broadband service by 2023, according to a new Study written by the technology infrastructure firm Tilson. The NEK Communications Union District was formed in March to bring high-speed internet to our region – the most rural, sparsely populated, and worst-served counties in the state. The following towns will get the first broadband buildouts: Albany, Barnet, Barton, Brighton, Burke, Concord, Coventry, Craftsbury, Derby, Glover, Greensboro, Groton, Hardwick, Irasburg, Lyndon, Newark, Newport, Ryegate, Sheffield, St. Johnsbury, Sutton, Walden and Waterford. Other towns in the region won’t go without broadband service in the meantime, as the district looks to connect existing fiber infrastructure to serve those areas. The study’s infrastructure plans describe a three-year timeline and construction is scheduled to start in July, 2021. 


The Town of Concord is very excited to announce the launch of the new NEK Gravel Rides Website. Through a Vermont Municipal Planning Grant, the towns of Concord and Burke initiated the NEK Gravel Rides project to encourage outdoor recreation in the region and promote visitation to town centers and businesses.

NEK Gravel Rides




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Official Return of Votes 2023

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View the Concord All-Hazards Mitigation Plan Update

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Spayed & Neutered: $9
Intact: $13


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