June 2019 e-Grapevine
Summer Concerts
It’s time for music under the stars! It’s time for Summer Concerts! 

Relax and enjoy free live music at our CONCORD JAMS Summer Concert Series, every Thursday evening at 7pm at the Town Hall Gazebo from June 13 through July 25! Nick’s Gyros and East Coast Custard are back!  

Thank you to our summer concert sponsors!
osmetic Gasget
CT Consulting
Summer Concert Schedule
Summer Camps

June 3 to 7 - Summer Art Camp at the Concord Community Center
June 10 to 14 - Soccer Tots Camp at the Concord Township Soccer Field on Concord Hambden Road
June 24 to 28 – Kid’s Tennis Camps at Concord Hills Park on Hoose Road
June 2019 Classes at the Concord Community Center
Sign up for classes at https://concord.recdesk.com/Community/Home . Questions or need help? Call the Recreation Department at 440-639-4650.
Martial Arts
  • Mondays - Pound!
  • Tuesdays & Thursdays - Martial Arts
  • Wednesdays - Tai Chi
  • Wednesdays - Yoga Pilates Fusion
  • June 6 - Getting Started with Medicare
  • June 11 to July 9 - Stained Glass Photo Frame
  • June 18 - Life Skills for Teens, Focus on Basic Employment Skills
  • June 25 – Life Skills for Teens, Focus on Basic Money Skills
Class at the Old Stone School
  • June 22 - History of Concord Fire Department

55+ Programs in June
  • June 5 at 1:30pm - 75th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion
  • June 10 at 6pm - History of the Great Lakes Exposition
  • June 19 at 1:30pm - Bomb City USA, The Danny Green Era
Wanted: Concord History
The Recreation Department is seeking Concord history! Concord Township will celebrate its Bicentennial in 2022. To honor our Township and its residents, we are writing a book about our history. We need your old photos of Concord! Please consider donating or sharing (we will scan and give back) pictures of your family, business or property throughout the years. Are you a long-time resident? We would love to interview you and capture your stories to share. For more information, call 440-639-4650 or email desker@concordtwp.com .
Save The Dates
Save the dates for a community-wide weekend celebration at Town Hall this summer!

Concord Community Day , Saturday, August 10, 2019 & Fire Safety Day , Sunday, August 11, 2019

Community Day application forms for Citizen of the Year and Scholarships are now available and can be found at concordtwp.com or picked up at the Community Center or Town Hall.

Concord Neighborhood Softball Tournament
Softball Tournament
Concord Township neighborhoods are encouraged to enter the annual Concord Township HOA Softball Tournament, scheduled for Labor Day Weekend, August 31 through September 2. 

This beloved tradition is for Concord residents only - or those who grew up in Concord and parents still live in Concord. Neighborhood teams currently exist, but new teams can always be formed. Players must be at least 16 years old. 

Interested in joining a team or want more information? Contact the Concord Township Recreation Department at Recreation@concordtwp.com or call 440-639-4650. Play Ball!
Concord Township is working with Lemay, Erickson, Willcox architects for the planning, design and construction documentation for the future replacement of Concord Township’s fire stations.

We recently received preliminary renderings for both fire stations. We are continuously planning for our future needs and are working diligently to maintain fiscal responsibility.

We invite you to visit the Concord Facts page or the Fire Department page of the Township website where we will keep you up to date on our activities.
Yard Waste Drop-off
Residents (no contractors or landscapers) may drop off yard waste at the service department Monday through Friday from 6am to 4pm.

Yard waste must be in biodegradable bags and only include grass clippings, leaves, garden debris and small twigs. No large brush will be permitted.

Brush can be brought to the service dept on Brush Day on June 8th from 8am to 2pm. 

Questions can be directed to the service department at (440) 360-3225.

Concord Township Cemetery News
Memorial Day
Thank you to all who participated and attended the Memorial Day Ceremony.

  • Please understand that if you are placing sentimental items on the graves, they may get lost, stolen or damaged; if it’s something that’s near and dear to your heart, we do not recommend that it be placed in the cemetery.
  • One (1) steel rod hanger (shepherd’s hook) is permitted per monument; hangers shall be placed at the side of the monument; all hangers should have a visible decoration on the hook at all times for the safety of those walking by the hanger.
  • All artificial decorations have been removed and placed along a fence in the Service Department. Please remember one artificial decoration per gravesite is allowed between November 15th – March 31st.

  • No planting will be allowed in the 2004 in-ground cremation section; no trees shall be planted in the 2004 section.
  • All trees and shrubbery, type and location, must be approved by the Cemetery Sexton; in-ground plantings will not be allowed until the monument is placed and it shall not encroach on the neighboring grave.
  • The cemetery staff reserves the right to remove any live decorations and non-floral decorations not in keeping with the beautification of the cemetery.

Prohibited Items
Glass of any kind (including gazing balls), styrofoam, birdhouses and feeders are prohibited.

For more specific details, the Rules and Regulations are available at the entrance of the cemetery, in Town Hall, and online at http://concordtwp.com/departments/cemetery/

All persons are subject to the rules and regulations. Call Karen Warner, Cemetery Sexton at the Cemetery Office at 440-354-7518 for any questions.
Concord Twp. Lake County, OH | P:  440.354.7510 | F:  440.354.7511 | www.concordtwp.com