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The City of Concord has established permit parking areas in order to alleviate, in certain areas and neighborhoods, motor vehicle congestion. If you live in a permit parking neighborhood, you must submit an application for a permit if you are going to park on the street. After doing so, you will be asked to provide evidence of residency within the permit parking area and evidence of vehicle ownership with the vehicle registered to the same address as the resident.
Appropriate evidence shall include, but not be limited to, a current vehicle registration, a current driver’s license, a recent utility bill, or photocopies of these items, and the appropriate application fee, if any, established in the Resolution Establishing Fees and Charges for Various Municipal Services. You can apply for a residential parking permit online.
A guest parking permit may be issued in a designated permit parking area upon receipt of a completed application. Among the items required in said application shall be evidence of the applicant’s residency within a designated permit parking area, the license plate number of the guest’s vehicle; and the address of the residence being visited, which must coincide with the applicant’s address. You can apply for a guest parking permit online.
From time to time certain neighborhood groups want to have city streets closed for the purpose of conducting block parties or other similar neighborhood events. In the interest of public safety, the City Council has established a procedure for granting permits authorizing the temporary closure of city streets by the Chief of Police upon application. You can apply for a block party permit online.
Vacation House Checks are offered to Concord Residents free of charge. Trained volunteers will perform a thorough inspection of your property while you are away. Vacation house checks include a perimeter check, physical and/or visual check of all doors and windows, verification of vehicles left on the property, and verification of any people found on the property. You can request a vacation house check online.
The Video Camera Registry Program is a website that allows residents and business owners to work in partnership with the Concord Police Department to help address crime issues by registering the locations of their video security systems. By providing this information to us, we will then be able to see where cameras are located within the City. If you register your camera, we may contact you if we are conducting a criminal investigation near your cameras.
We will always ask permission to review the video from your security system and may ask if we can make a copy onto a storage device. Your camera may have captured information that can help us investigate these crimes. Recordings at the time of an incident may provide useful information related to the crime, such as a vehicle and person descriptions and directions of travel both before and after an event. Find out more here PD Camera Registry
Parking citations can be paid online, over the phone at 1-800-989-2058, in person at the Concord Police Department, or via mail to:City of Concord C/OThe Citation Processing CenterP.O. Box 10479Newport Beach, CA 92658-0479
Parking citations may be appealed within 21 days of issuance online, or via mail at:City of Concord C/OThe Citation Processing CenterP.O. Box 10479Newport Beach, CA 92658-0479.
To appeal your citation, please provide the following information:
If you are appealing a disabled parking citation, please include the following with your appeal:
Any traffic complaint that involves a life-threatening situation such as a road rage incident can be made by calling 911. Other traffic complaints may include but are not limited to speeders in your neighborhood, abandoned vehicles on the street, junk vehicles on private property, and parking violation complaints. These types of complaints can be reported by using one of the following options.
To request a copy of a report:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
Once you receive a response stating the report(s) is ready for release and you are authorized to receive the report(s), go to www.cityofconcord.org/ccpayments to make the payment.
If you submitted an online ePolice Report, go to https://www.epolicereport.com/asp/pdweb.asp and fill in the required fields. You will be able to save or print the report from your computer.
Contact the Records Bureau by calling 925-671-3240.
Visit the city's employment website, or for questions regarding a specific position, email Human Resources.
Opportunities for volunteering at the Concord Police Department include the following:
Each program is distinctly different, so check out which one would suit your specific needs.
To check for registered sex offenders in your neighborhood, please visit the Megan's Law website maintained by the State of California Attorney General's office. If you have additional questions, please contact the Special Victims Unit at 925-671-3020.
Visit the Contra Costa County website to find out how to get a restraining order.
Live scan fingerprinting is available to the public. Contact the community service desk at 925-671-3220 for details.
Anyone interested in Neighborhood Watch should call 925-671-3075, or email the Police Department.
From 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., contact Maintenance Services at 925-671-3132. After hours, contact Police Dispatch at 925-671-3333.
Fill out the alarm permit application and review the false alarm brochure (PDF) to get a permit.
Visit the report a crime page to find out how to report a crime online.
Visit Concord's towed/impounded vehicle portal to find out how to get your vehicle back.