About Concord

With the City's central location in the northeast business corridor, coupled with high-quality business support services, Concord has been consistently touted as one of the most desirable communities in New Hampshire in which to live and work. Its cultural and educational resources are among the best in the region. Concords proximity to the Merrimack River, as well as three other rivers, and typical New England rural areas complements its commercial areas and the comfortable nature of its residential neighborhoods. This is Concord - New Hampshire’s Main Street TM and its front door is open and ready to welcome new business investment.

Concord At A Glance

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4,500+ Businesses

Concord is home to more than 4,500 businesses in a variety of industries ranging from small manufacturing companies to a growing tech scene

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30,000+ Workforce

Concord’s population of 43,000 increases to more than 70,000 during the work day

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Location, Location

Strategically located in New England’s Business Corridor with excellent interstate access to Boston and the Canadian Border

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Open For Business

With 67 square miles (174 km) within its borders, Concord has available land for development and office space for immediate occupation



An Educated Workforce

Concord is located in the highest earning state in the USA. NH’s workforce is among the best-educated in the country.  Concord has many notable educational institutions including NHTI, Concord’s Community College, Granite State College, Plymouth State University's Graduate program and UNH School of Law, the state’s only law school (specializing in intellectual property law) and one of the top 100 law schools in the U.S. (U.S. News). 


Why We Love It Here

The City of Concord team is proud to be part of one of the fastest growing and progressive cities in the state.  The team are proud to call Concord home. For us it’s a great place to live, a great place to work and a great place to raise a family. Our public school system, recreational offerings, architecturally diverse state capital, downtown, cultural facilities, private schools, health care services, retirement communities, and superb public safety services make us the envy of most cities our size and provide us with one of the most livable small cities in America.