The Concord Water Department advises that the water main break has been isolated and residents should expect water pressure to return in approximately 1/2 hour. Residents may experience brown water when it returns. Concord Water Dept advises to let the water run for a period of time.
Archives for August 2019
The Concord Police Department has been notified of water pressure loss in town. The issues appears to be wide spread throughout town where residents have reported no water flow, low water pressure, or brown water. Situation is a result of a water main break at the RTE 2 rotary. At this time Elm St is […]
Pictured Left to Right: Lead Dispatcher Richard Landers, Dispatchers Leah Olansky, Casey Layon and Chief Joseph O’Connor Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce the hiring of two new Public Safety Dispatchers who will fill existing vacancies. Chief O’Connor stated, “Public Safety Dispatchers provide valuable service to the community and we are fortunate to have […]
Chief Joseph O’Connor announces that the Concord Police Department will be increasing the number of patrols on local roads as part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.