City Manager Lloyd Payne joined Assistant City Managers LeDerick Blackburn and Joshua Smith recently to share a special holiday message with you, play the video above to watch. We wish you a wonderful holiday season and the best in 2020!
All garbage, recycling, and bulky waste routes will operate on a normal schedule the week of December 30.
During the weeks of December 23 and December 30, extra bags may be placed beside your carts for collection. Extra recyclables must be in clear bags. Finding ways to reuse gift wrap, bags, and boxes is highly encouraged.
For the week of December 30, yard waste for all customers should be at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on Monday. Live Christmas trees may be placed curbside (with stand, lights, and ornaments removed) with your regular yard waste.
Real estate and personal property tax bills due January 6
Payments made after the deadline are subject to penalties
Cabarrus County real estate and personal property tax bills for 2019 are classified as past due if not paid by January 6, 2020. Bills paid after January 6 are subject to interest charges, collection actions and/or tax foreclosure. The County now provides tax collection services for all Cabarrus municipalities. The consolidated 2019 municipal/County bills were mailed in July to the address owner on the tax record as of Jan. 1, 2019.
View your consolidated bill and make payments online through the County website at cabarruscounty.us/tax. Cabarrus County real estate and personal property tax can be paid: online or over the phone using a credit card or debit card; by mail using the envelope and coupon provided with the bills; or in person at the Cabarrus County Government Center (65 Church St. SE, Concord) Mondays-Fridays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For questions, call the Cabarrus County Tax Collector at 704-920-2119 or email email@example.com.
Concord Police Department deploys new DWI Task Force
CONCORD, N.C. (WSOC) - The Concord Police Department deployed its DWI Task Force for the first time Friday night at the Charlotte Motor Speedway to enforce the law. The force is made up of 12 officers who on their days off conduct unannounced patrols and set up license-checking stations.They use real-time traffic data to home in on what locations to patrol. “It's the number of crashes we can prevent and the number of lives we can save,” Concord Police Chief Gary Gacek said. “What we're looking for is voluntary compliance of the law. We want people to stop driving impaired. It's that simple.”
The City of Concord partners with our community to deliver excellent service, and plans for the future while preserving, protecting, and enhancing the quality of life.
High 5 for Excellent Service
If you have had an experience from our team that left an impact, we hope you'll let us know so we can recognize that coworker with a "High 5 for Excellent Service." You can get started by visiting concordnc.gov/High5 or call 704-920-6400 to submit your acknowledgement over the phone.
Are you or someone you know looking for a challenging career with excellent benefits? We're hiring for full and part-time positions with a range of education and experience requirements, including employment opportunities perfect for students. Visit the Concord Careers Portal to get started or call 704-920-5100.