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Posted on: September 7, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Applications for CPA Funding Now Being Accepted

Community Preservation Committee Now Accepting 

Applications for CPA Funding in 2018


The Concord Community Preservation Committee (CPC) is pleased to announce that application forms are now available for Community Preservation Act funding at the 2018 Annual Town Meeting. Application packets are available on the Town’s website at or can be picked up in the Planning Division office at 141 Keyes Road. A timeline for the Application process and further information on additional materials to submit for CPC review are also available in both locations. This year’s deadline for new applications is Friday, September 29 at 4:00 p.m.

The CPC will hold its annual informational workshop at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center Auditorium on Tuesday, September 12, beginning at 7:00 p.m. As this is the only information session that the CPC will hold before the application deadline, the Committee strongly encourages individuals or groups interested in submitting an application to attend. This is your opportunity to gather helpful information on the program and application process and to gain feedback from the CPC on a potential idea or project.

 The CPA informational workshop is an important opportunity to learn about the CPC’s procedures and expectations, as well as for the Committee to learn about potential projects. The CPC looks forward to working with Town committees, Town officials, and private groups who are considering projects in the areas of community housing, historic preservation, open space or recreation. If you have any questions please contact Heather Lamplough in the Planning Division at 978-318-3291 or by email at

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