New Hampshire State Government is committed to making all electronic resources accessible to all users. A key component of the state’s e-Government Strategy and Architecture is “universal access”. This requires all agencies to provide universally accessible web sites that enable persons with disabilities to access them.

1. Adoption of the State of New Hampshire’s Web Accessibility Policy and Standards

Web Site Accessibility Standards
Web Site Accessibility Policy

2. Establishment of a monitoring and testing program to assist agencies in the development and maintenance of accessible web sites.


Web Accessibility Tools from Web Accessibility Initiative


DOIT audits agency web sites for compliance with 508 standards. Contact ConcordMainStreet@mjinc.com  for more information.

Main Street Project by the Numbers

Here’s one more look at the proposed Main Street Project, broken down by the numbers and facts, by the continue...

July 28th, 2014

Main Street operating and maintenance expenses

These are preliminary projections for operating and maintenance costs for the Downtown Complete Streets Project (CIP #460).  This updates continue...

July 14th, 2014

Coming Soon

  • Construction

Project Goals

  • Create a Complete Street
  • Enhance the Streetscape
  • Improve Access and Mobility
  • Provide Gathering Spaces
  • Promote Economic Vitality
  • Introduce Sustainable Elements