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Welcome to the Village of Concord
Welcome to the picturesque Village of Concord a quaint community which has embraced and promotes its small town status, values, and ideals.  A neighborly community where neighbors keep an eye on each other's children playing in our yards, assist one another with landscaping and home improvements, and has your spare key when you lock yourself out of your house.  Concord is a small village filled with turn of the century homes (much of which are on the National Historic Registry) adorned with Victorian architectural features and well kept landscaped yards our residents take pride in.  A downtown business district of two story red brick buildings from the Victorian era is home to prosperous businesses and small town urban living in the second stories.   The Village of Concord is the quintessential bedroom community within an hour drive proximity to the large urban centers of Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Jackson, Kalamazoo, and Lansing.

The Village of Concord is a recreation friendly community who through sensible utilization of public, private, and grant funding has built a substantial parks and recreation network which highlight the vast natural resources located in and around our community: 

Located on the banks of the Kalamazoo River, what once served as a hub of economic activity now serves as a source for water recreation for our residents.   Water recreation opportunities in Concord include a boat launch at Concord’s Mill Pond Park and Paddock Lake and a canoe/kayak launch into the Kalamazoo River at Spring Street.  Our section of the Kalamazoo River is home to some of the best small mouth bass fishing in the State of Michigan with near State record catches being caught regularly.  Our nearby neighboring communities are abounding with water recreation opportunities as well our residents find enjoyable and useful.

A railroad bed which once served as a hub of economic activity now serves as a source for non-motorized trail recreation for our residents. The Village of Concord’s non-motorized trail system is part of the Falling Water’s Trail which runs into Jackson, the State of Michigan’s Great Lake to Lake Trail which runs from Port Huron to South Haven, and the State of Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail which runs from Belle Isle and to Ironwood. Other trail recreation resources include a vast sidewalk system and a ½ mile road side non-motorized trail to the recreation opportunities at Swains Lake County Park.
The Village of Concord is home to Gottschalk Park a acre park with a playground for kids, a soccer field, multiple ball diamonds, a basketball , a tennis, and a beach volleyball court. Gottschalk Park is also home to two pavilions and the Concord Community Center. The 37 acre Paddock Lake Park is an undisturbed nature area with a public access boat launch into Paddock Lake.    

The Village of Concord is home to the mighty Yellow Jackets of Concord Community Schools.  Concord Community Schools prides itself on its small classroom setting and a knowledgeable staff always willing to assist their students.  There is community pride and collaboration between  Concord Schools and the Village of Concord.  On the athletic fields Concord School’s is known for their multiple State championships in Cross Country, Volleyball, and Track and Field.

Come make the Village of Concord your bedroom community of choice.
Community Events

September 3rd

Parks & Rec Meeting 7pm Village Common

September 10th

Village Council Meeting 7pm Village Commons

September 17th

Planning Meeting 6:30pm Village Commons 

September 18th

Fire Board Meeting 6pm at the Fire House 

September 24th

Village council Meeting 7pm Village Commons

Concord Classic Weekend 2020 will be June 26-28! 

Please click link below to view a video compliments of The Walton Insurance Group.

Community Feedback

Culpepper & Merriwether Circus June 2018
Village News

The Village is compiling an email list for those of you that would like to receive The Village Voice via email. Please send your info. to

In case of an Emergency please contact Jeremiah Bush at 517-414-4104.

Hydrant Flushing will take place Sunday October 6th

through Tuesday October 8th.


DIVORCE CARE Support starting Sept. 10 through Dec. 3 @ 6:00 pm. This class meets weekly and is led by Pastor Rob at the Concord United Methodist Church, 119 S. Main St., Concord. You'll find three key part to your Divorce Care Experience: Video Seminar, Support Group and Workbooks. For more information call the church office, 517-524-6156. 


Healthy Babies Day is September 14

Albion, Michigan — Local families with little ones should put Healthy Babies Day on their calendar. The free event will be Saturday, September 14, 2019, at Albion Community Center, 225 East Watson Street (the former Albion High School) in Albion. Those who should attend include parents who are expecting, those who have children up to 18-months-old, as well as their caregivers. Families from Albion and surrounding communities are invited.

“We encourage all to join us-women who are pregnant for the first or the fifth time, dads with toddlers, grandmas and grandpas, babysitters,” said Jessica Mitchell, Healthy Babies Day Coordinator. “Healthy Babies Day has the topics that matter to growing families. You will learn so much!”

Topics include:

  • how to properly buckle a little one in a car seat;
  • how to safely put a baby in his/her crib;
  • what to do if your baby doesn’t stop crying;
  • how to prevent choking and what choking hazards are;
  • the truth about vaccines; and
  • tips on good nutrition, as well as so much more pre-natal and post-natal care.

More than 25 organizations will offer free samples and resources. All guests will be able to receive flu shots. The event will last from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Registration closes at 12:30 p.m. Guests need to register to earn goodie bags and have the chance to win door prizes. Lunch will be provided at no cost.

Healthy Babies Day of Albion’s mission is connecting families with community health information and resources to promote the health and safety of babies. It is in partnership with the Albion Health Care Alliance, First United Methodist Church, and the Healthy Babies Day Committee. It is sponsored by The Albion-Homer United Way, the Albion College Student Volunteer Bureau, the Baker College Student of Nursing, Molina Healthcare of Michigan, Aetna Better Health of Michigan, and the Rotary Club of Albion.

Connect with us on Facebook, search for Healthy Babies Day of Albion. For more information, email

2018 Water Quality Report (click link below)

2018 Village of Concord Annual Water Quality Report

Concord Township has a new website. Please visit at:

Village of Concord Water Testing

Village of Concord Water Supply Testing

PFAS Fact Sheet.pdf


Due to high levels of contamination, the Jackson Recycling Drop-off located at 2600 Lansing Ave. in Jackson will no longer be open 24 hours, 7 days a week effective Monday, July 2, 2018. The drop-off will be gated and only available during the Disposal Center of Jackson operating hours. These hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon.

We encourage residents and those using the facility to make the most of their recycling efforts by correctly following all posted recycling guidelines. All recyclables should be placed loose in the containers, not bagged. Plastic bags, glass and bulky rigid plastics including furniture and children’s toys are not accepted at the recycling drop-off. Find a full list of guidelines on our website


Biography of The Reverend Tim Marvil


Concord School Linked Health Center Flyer.pdf

Village of Concord Water System and Asset Management Program

Village of Concord Water System Asset Management Program

Concord Community Schools

ABC Academy Preschool and Latch Key Flyer


Yard Waste Collection and Village Dump Policy


The Concord Village Council amended the Zoning Ordinance.
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The Concord Village Council approved the Semco Franchise Agreement Ordinance.
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The Concord Village Council adopted a Repealer Ordinance.
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The Concord Village Council adopted a Site Condominium Ordinance.
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The Concord Village Council adopted a Civil Infractions and Violations Bureau Ordinance.
Click here for more information


The Concord Village Council adopted a Foreclosed, Vacant & Abandoned Property Registry.

Foreclosed, Vacant & Abandoned Property Registry Ordinance.
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Foreclosed, Vacant & Abandoned Property Registry Application.

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Concord Classic Weekend June 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 2019
Concord Classic Weekend June 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 2019
Trail Grant


                                                 Congratulations Concord Parks and Recreation

Through the grant writing of former Parks and Recreation Committee Chairman and current Village President Jeremiah Bush the Village of Concord was able to receive a $20,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Iron Belle Trail Initiative for the construction of a non-motorized trail trail from N.Main st. to Allman Rd. the trail section will serve as part of the Falling Waters Trail, Great Lake to lake Trail from Port Huron to South Haven, and Iron Belle Trail from Belle Isle to Ironwood.Construction will begin this summer !  Iron Belle Trail map     Great Lake to Lake Trail map   Falling Water Trail map

JDL Concord Branch Library

Friends of the Concord Library  - 2nd Wednesday of the month @ 10 am. Please come!

Little Owls Story Time—Wednesdays @ 9:30 am. Infant—5.

Yoga:—Saturday’s @ 10:00 am. Bring your yoga mat and bottled water. $3.00 suggested donation.  Adults. No yoga June 22nd.

Let’s Talk About A Story Time for Tough Topics: Saturday September 7th @ 10:30 am. Ages 5-9 with parents and caregivers are invited to a Story Time for Tough Topics.

DIY Library Card Holder: All of September During Open Hours. All Ages.

“Bowled Over”: Tuesday September 3rd Open Hours. All Ages.

Food For Fines: September 6th—16th. Open Hours. Wipe out $1 in fines for every non-perishable item donated.

Native Plants and Native Species: Wednesday September 18th @ 6 pm. Adults.


Upcoming Events