Finance Department provides the town and its departments with high quality financial, accounting and administrative services. Anthony Logalbo is the finance director who can be reached at 978-318-3090. Its office is located at 22 Monument Square, and is open from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Health Department is responsible for the health and quality of life of the residents and the work force. It implements disease prevention and health promotion programs, nursing services and enforces health regulations. Brent L. Reagor is the public health director who can be reached at 978-318-3275. Its office is located at 141 Keyes Rd., and is open from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Human Resources Department
Human Resources Department ensures whether all the departments comply with the labor laws and regulations and promotes employee job satisfaction. Amy Foley is the human resources director of the department. The department is located at 22 Monument Square and can be reached at 978-318-3025. It is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Information Technology Department
Information Technology Department handles the selection, implementation and management of the telecommunications system and infrastructure planning. It also strives to coordinate users and technologies to enable all departments of the town to meet their objectives. David Mickey is the technology administrator who can be reached at 978-318-3171. Its office is located at 1175 Elm St., and is open from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Public Works Department
Public Works Department provides high quality public works and utility services at reasonable costs. Richard K. Reine is the director who can be reached at 978-318-3206. The department is located at 133 Keyes Rd., and is open from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Town clerk's office is responsible for recording and making certified copies of birth and death certificates, marriage licenses, dog licenses, Town Meeting records and election results as well as recording decisions of Zoning Board of Appeals. The office issues a number of licenses and permits, and also conducts annual town census. Anita S. Tekle is the town clerk of the Town of Concord. The town clerk's office is located at 22 Monument Square, and can be reached at 978-318-3080. The office is open from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Town manager oversees all town departments and funds, provides support to the volunteer committee system and manages special projects for the Board of Selectmen. The town manager's office is also responsible for reviewing of policies and programs to provide improved services. Christopher Whelan is the town manager of the Town of Concord. The town manger's office is located at 22 Monument Square, and can be reached at 978-318-3000.
Concord Recreation Department
Concord Recreation Department is responsible for providing a wide range of programs to citizens of all ages in Concord, Carlisle and its surrounding communities. More information on the programs offered by the department is available on the Web site.
Danner DeStephano is the director of the department. It is located at Hunt Recreation Center, 90 Stow St., and can be reached at 978-369-6460.
Agriculture Committee provides a forum for the discussion of the interests and concerns of the farmers. It also advises the Board of Selectmen on various aspects which may help in supporting farming in Concord. The committee has five members elected by the Board of Selectmen for a staggered five-year term. Out of these five members, three members represent farmer interest and are engaged in farming, where as two members are citizens who are interested in promoting farming.
Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Advisory Committee
Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Advisory Committee advises the Board of Selectmen and Town Manager on matters concerning the design, development and maintenance of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail (BFRT). Marcia Rasmussen, planning director for the town, is the director who can be reached at 978-318-3290. Its office is located at 141 Keyes Rd., and is open from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Community Preservation Committee
Community Preservation Committee studies the needs, possibilities and resources of the town regarding community preservation. The areas studied by the community are open space, community housing, historic preservation and recreation. A detailed schedule of the committee meetings is available on the Web site. Marcia Rasmussen is the director of the committee and can be reached at 978-318-3290. Its office is located at 141 Keyes Rd., and is open from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Comprehensive Sustainable Energy Committee
Comprehensive Sustainable Energy Committee assists the town with identifying, designing, as well as implementing projects and programs for energy conservation and renewable energy generation. It also generates a report on the financial and environmental impacts of such programs. A detailed schedule of the committee meetings and more is available on the Web site. Charlie Parker is the chair of the committee who can be reached at 978-318-3290. Its office is located at 22 Monument Square.
Cable Advisory Committee
Cable Advisory Committee assists Board of Selectmen in monitoring the compliance with the Cable Television License Agreement and other aspects of cable television service. It consists of five members from diverse backgrounds, who are appointed for a two-year term. Genine Tillotson is the chair of the committee, who can be reached at 978 369-6773.
Local Emergency Planning Committee
Local Emergency Planning Committee assists in the areas of operations, planning, logistics and provides finance in case of hazardous materials incident as dictated by the Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act. Fire Chief Mark R. Cotreau is the chairman of the committee.
Finance Committee produces an annual report and puts forward its recommendations on all financial issues. It also manages the reserve fund and votes to disburse the money from this fund when unforeseen events occur. The committee is also responsible for establishing budget guidelines prior to Nov. 30 of each year. It has 15 members who are appointed by the Town Moderator. Mark Howell is the chair of the committee who can be reached at 978-318-3090. Its office is located at 22 Monument Square.
Hugh Cargill Trust Committee
The Hugh Cargill Trust Committee assists the Board of Selectmen in receiving, investigating and allocating merits to various applications for funds by the residents with temporary or emergency financial needs.
Local Option Local Income Tax Committee
The Local Option Local Income Tax Committee handles issues surrounding local taxation and the loss of economic diversity resulting from reliance on the residential property tax. Jonathan Keyes is the chair of the committee.
Records and Archives Committee
The Records and Archives Committee oversees the maintenance and storage of the Town's records and memorable documents.
San Marcos Sister Cities Committee
The San Marcos Sister Cities Committee encourages peace and mutual understanding, and socioeconomic development through cultural programs and co-operative economic assistance in the Town of Concord and the City of San Marcos, Carazo Nicaragua. Steven Bloomfield is the chair of the committee and can be reached at 978-369-1314. Its office is located at 76 Prairie St.
Sign Bylaw Committee
The Sign Bylaw Committee reviews the Sign Bylaw to make recommendations for possible improvements or modifications of the bylaw regarding signage on businesses. The committee can be reached at 978-318-3290 and its office is located at 141 Keyes Rd.
White Pond Advisory Committee
The White Pond Advisory Committee reviews and analyzes the concerns of the White Pond neighborhood. It has five members, who are appointed by the Board of Selectmen. Meetings of the committee are held on the third Tuesday of each month through the end of the year. James Lyon is the chair of the committee and can be reached at 978-369-9984.
Zoning Bylaw Re-codification Committee
The Zoning Bylaw Re-codification Committee reviews the Zoning Bylaw and recommends to the Planning Board for improvements or modifications in the language and format of the bylaw. It consists of five members appointe by the Board of Selectmen.
Library Committee is responsible for providing policy guidance to the library director, recommending policy and organizational methods to the Board of Selectmen. It also serves as liaison between the library and the trustees of the Library Corporation, governmental units, and private groups that relate to library services. It consists of seven members, who are appointed by the Board of Selectmen.