The City of Concord is seeking community input for how the City can best utilize $19 million of one-time federal recovery funding.
The federal government is providing stimulus money to help communities recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. City leaders are seeking feedback from residents and businesses for how to invest these funds for the benefit of the community.
Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. to share your thoughts in a communitywide meeting held on Zoom and conducted in English, with Spanish translation.
Zoom log-in: https://cityofconcord.zoom.us/j/85129216890?pwd=ODBSelNKR1l4Q05CczJ1RzllV3k1Zz09
Share Your Ideas - Take Our Survey!
In addition to the community meeting, the City is soliciting feedback through our online surveys for residents, businesses, and nonprofit organization. Please choose the survey that is most applicable and share your input today. The surveys will remain open until March 11.
Resident - English
Resident - Spanish
Business - English
Business - Spanish
All of the feedback that is gathered through these surveys and the community meeting will be shared with the City Council this spring, and will help inform their discussion about how to invest these one-time funds. For more information, please visit: www.cityofconcord.org/ARPA.