Local Community Affairs

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  • Community feedback needed for northwest Concord’s first park. The City of Concord Parks and Recreation Department is seeking public input to help guide the development of the City’s first park in the northwest region of Concord.  Read more.
  • Please note that through August 2021, you will notice a steady pattern of resurfacing work taking place weekdays during daylight hours in Concord.  Concord’s Transportation Department staff have developed a new interactive map, where community members can see the location planned street segments. Once work begins, the segments will show updated status as work is scheduled, underway, and complete.
  • A coffee and cigar shop opened in July in Concord. Sticks and Beans opened at 10070 Edison Square Drive N.W. (formerly Hop & Vine). Co-owners Xavian Seiferth and Marcus Samuel are behind the venture, which also offers small plates and a bar.
  • Cinnaholic will open its third location in the Charlotte market on February 29th at 3050 Derita Road in Concord.  Read more.
  • Prosperity Village now has their own website! Click here for information relating to Prosperity Village activities and future plans.
  • Click here for updates on development of Christenbury Corners (corner of Concord Mills Boulevard and Derita Road).
  • A new traffic signal has been approved by the CDOT for installation at the intersection of Eastfield Road and Highland Creek Parkway. Click here for more information.  Once the traffic signal is in place, a new boutique, resort-style,  62+ active adult apartment community will be built and is set to open in the summer of 2020. Read more.
  • LYNX Blue Line Extension IS OPEN! Click here for more information on the Blue Line.
  • City of Concord 2030 Land Use Plan Draft, click here for more information.
  • Charlotte City Council approved the rezoning for 2017-152. This is to be able to convert the old BiLo on Docia Crossing (next to Due Amici’s) to a Studio Movie Grill movie theater.  The 47,000-square foot theater will feature thirteen screens.  The theater is now open.  Read more.
  • Pike’s Nursery has filed a rezoning for the property across the street from the ABC store. This is the property with the pond. Plan is for 24,000 sq. ft. greenhouse, 11,000 sq. ft. display area, 12,000 sq. ft. retail and a possible 11,000 sq. ft. additional building.
  • A 238-unit development will be built at the intersection of Prosperity Ridge Road and Johnston Oehler Road. It will be complete around April 2020.
  • City Council approved 440 multifamily units – at least 120 of which will be for seniors – and a childcare center on a 42-acre site on Johnston Oehler Road, near Prosperity Ridge Road.