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Detroit Avenue Complete Streets Project

The  City of Concord held a neighborhood meeting at the Meadow Homes School on January 20, 2015 to present the refined plans for the Detroit Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Project. The refinements include having the budget for the traffic signals be used instead for pavement rehabilitation to fix the potholes and puddles. Also, the plans now include more street lighting and a 4-way stop at Walters Way. The project was presented to the City Council on March 10th. The construction contract was awarded by the City Council on July 28, 2015.

The project construction work began the week of August 10th 2015, with completion expected in Spring of 2016. Please see the project's webpage for latest updates of completed and projected work, and more information.

Meadow Homes Spray Park

Meadow Homes Spray Park Concord's popular Meadow Homes Spray Park, at 1351 Detroit Ave., is closed for the 2015 season. The spray park will re-open in May of 2016 with the opening day dependent upon the water situation in California. While the City of Concord is very aware of the drought and conserves water whenever possible, the spray park was designed to filter, treat and recycle the water it uses. A later starting of the operating season and slightly reduced hours of service will result in the water park using 25 percent less water. For more information, see the Spray Park webpage, or call the spray park hotline, (925) 671-3366.

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Concord Park has its own social network website to make it easy for you to communicate with your neighbors. Join the conversation and get the latest neighborhood news. Our Nextdoor website is password protected and available only to people living in our neighborhood.

Help Cure Car Crime Help Cure Car Crime

The Concord Police Department is urging the public to take some basic precautions to protect vehicles and personal property due to a recent state-wide and Bay Area spike in car-related crime. The department needs the awareness, vigilance, and support of the public to simply make it harder for car burglars and thieves to commit these thefts.

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Last revised: January 2, 2016.