The boil alert has been issued for New Concord Water customers on Hawthorn Drive has been lifted. Lab results confirm the safety of the water.
The Village Council is working on a vision statement and current and future initiatives for the Village of New Concord. Council is asking for feedback from the community. Please feel free to email Village Administrator, Charlotte Colley, at email@example.com.
Welcome to the official website of the Village of New Concord, Ohio. Here you’ll find everything you need to learn about our community, from moving in and making a home to doing business with us. Whether you’re already a resident or business owner or considering becoming either one, this web site is here to help. And, of course, feel free to give us a call at 740-826-7671.
Founded in 1828, our village is as unique today as it was nearly 200 years ago. We offer a wonderful blend of a quiet, easy lifestyle that’s located within easy reach of major interstate transportation and some of Ohio’s best urban areas. It’s a great place to get away from it all without getting too far away.
Welcome to our village and enjoy our website.
An Addiction Symposium for the New Concord Area will be held on Saturday, March 18th from 10am – 3:00pm at Boyd Science Center on the Muskingum University campus.
The mission of the Symposium is to explore addiction and gain a better understanding of what it is, who it impacts, and how the community can work together to combat this epidemic. Registration is $10, to cover the cost of lunch, and is free to students.
Please click on the following link to view the brochure.
To register, please go to http://tinyurl.com/addiction2017
This event is sponsored by the New Concord Area Addiction Coalition.
In 2016 New Concord Village Council approved the names of various unnamed alleys to help to improve and assist with various directional issues and 9-1-1 dispatching. To view a map of the newly named alleys, please click here.
The Village of New Concord has put together a welcome packet for new residents. This was funded by the New Concord Lions Club and the National Trail Ruritan Club. Please click on the link to view the welcome packet:
In 2013 the Village was awarded a $315,064 grant by ODOT for decorative street lighting. The grant covered 80% of the construction cost. The Village paid for all design and engineering costs plus a grant match of 20%. Due to higher than expected bids for the project the share was more than the Village budgeted for 2016.
The Village is asking area residents, organizations and businesses to assist with matching funds so that the Village General Fund and Street Assessment Fund are not negatively impacted. This will allow for additional, future enhancements to compliment the project such as mast arm traffic posts, which will match the lights and other signals along Main Street.
Also, if adequate funds are raised, the Village will begin planning for a similar project on East Main Street. Village officials believe these projects will:
Ø Encourage Residential and Economic Prosperity in the Community
Ø Foster Community Pride
Ø Improve Safety
Ø Enhance Property Values
All donors will be recognized with the local media and with a plaque at Village Hall. Light sponsors will be acknowledged with a permanent plaque on one of the light posts or benches. There are similar plaques on the existing light posts along Main Street. If you have questions or would like additional information please contact the Village of New Concord at (740) 826-7671.
Please be aware that open burn permits must be submitted to the New Concord Fire Department 72 hours prior to burning. Burn permits are available at Village Hall during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 AM-4:30 PM.
For information about the water rate increase, please click on the following link:
Please see the link below for information about the water and sewer policy, updated for 2016, including important revised private pool filling policy information.
The Village of New Concord is happy to announce that there is now an online payment option for water/sewer bill payments. Simply click on our quick link on this page (Water Payments under Quick Links on the right side of this webpage) and register to be able to view your bill and pay online with a credit card.
The recycling bins have been moved to the Maintenance area behind the EMSD Bus Barn/District office. You access it off Lower Bloomfield just past the John Glenn School Road turn off. They are visible from Lower Bloomfield Road. Thanks for helping us to keep New Concord Clean!!!
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