The Street Paving Project will begin next week, October 2, and continue for approximately one week. Streets to be paved include Liberty Road, Stag Alley, Sunafrank Alley, Chestnut Street.
The Village is in the process of constructing a new Ground Water Storage Tank. The former Ground Water Storage Tank has been taken out of service and the Elevated Water Tower is supplying the entire Village system.
Pressure Relief Valves will be installed on two water hydrants at Old Rix Mills Road and the intersection of Delaware Street & Maple Ave. There could be intermittent water flowing out of these hydrants depending on the needs of the system. Please do not attempt to close off the hydrant as this is intentional and necessary for the system to function properly.
Water customers, throughout the system, may experience varying water pressure and cloudy or discolored water. Please check your water prior to doing laundry. Water is safe for drinking.
If you lose water pressure or if you notice water flowing out of the ground please contact the Village immediately.
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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. If you are new to our community, please view our “New Concord Welcome Packet” for detailed information about the Village.
The Village of New Concord will be hosting the 2017 Veterans Day Celebration on Saturday, November 11th at 10:15am at the Village Hall Park along Main Street. Council President Robert Dickson will lead the event which will commence at 11:00am with the ringing of area church bells. The event will be followed with a flag burning ceremony led by Boy Scout Troop 510 and a reception at the John and Annie Glenn Museum. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Trick or Treat in the Village of New Concord will be held Tuesday, October 31 from 6-7 PM.
The Village of New Concord recently passed a new Nuisance Party Ordinance. Please click on the links below to view the Ordinance and to answer frequently asked questions concerning the new Ordinance:
The New Concord Village Planning Commission will hold a meeting on Thursday, August 24 at 7 PM to review a proposed Zoning Code Amendment to allow for Mobile Retail Food Establishment Courts as a conditional use within the Village limits in the B2 zoning district. Please click on the link below to view the proposed amendment:
Smokin’ Joe’s Burritos, a food truck located on Main Street, was allowed by the Village Council under a special 90-day trial. During the trial period, the Village collected feedback from residents of the Village and patrons of the food truck as to their thoughts and opinions.
The results of the community survey are in for Smokin’ Burrito Joe’s food truck. Please take a look at the responses from residents, businesses and visitors to New Concord. The Policy Committee of Council will review the survey results during a public meeting on June 12th at 5:00pm at the New Concord Village Hall. The meeting will take place in the Village Administrator’s office. Village Hall is located at 2 West Main Street, New Concord, OH.
The Policy Committee will make a recommendation that evening to Village Council on whether or not to refer the issue to the Village Planning Commission. If Village Council does recommend referral, the Planning Commission will be asked to develop a Zoning Code amendment allowing food trucks within the Village of New Concord. The Planning Commission would then send their final recommendation back to Village Council for review and adoption.
Please email Charlotte Colley, Village Administrator, with questions or concerns or call her 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.
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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