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Stacey Brown
Ward 5 City Councilor

Thinking creatively. 
Working collaboratively.

Thank you, Ward 5!
It is an honor to serve you.

My name is Stacey Brown.  I am the current Ward 5 City Councilor.

I grew up in New Hampshire and was educated in the public school system, earning my bachelor’s degree through Keene State College. I am also a decorated veteran of the United States Army and have called Concord my home since 2009. As a former teacher, intelligence officer, and mother of two children in the Concord school system, I recognize that the decisions we make today impact the future of the next generation and their ability to thrive.

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In my first term as the Ward 5 City Councilor, I empowered and engaged residents in the civic process while advocating for sustainability, economic development and equity.

  • Organized and informed residents of the City’s Capital Improvement Project process through one-on-one and group meetings, which led to the removal of unnecessary, outdated construction of Langley Parkway from the budget. 

  • Lobbied to create a committee re-examining use of city-owned agricultural fields off Gully Hill Road, resulting in a lease signed with organic farmer whose annual sunflower festival attracts thousands of people.

  • Identified the absence of diverse backgrounds from committee decisions, prompting the creation of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging steering committee, which held three listening sessions where marginalized community members shared personal experiences and recommendations for policy changes.

I will continue to work to ensure equity of access to resources for all our residents and opportunities that build community for all. 

Stacey Brown


Advocate for my constituents and Concord residents

I have always viewed myself as a champion for others, and I work hard to advance important causes and uplift people. I have been highly active in the Concord community and am always glad to meet new people. If we haven't already met during the occasions below, please feel free to connect with me.

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Merrimack River Greenway Trail

I am a passionate supporter of the MRGT, which is a proposed continuous, off-street paved trail running along the Merrimack River from Pembroke to Boscawen. The City of Concord, with its small urban setting and easy access to nature, has so much to offer. I am eager to see the MRGT completed to give residents and visitors an opportunity to enjoy the natural environment along the river in the heart of Concord.

During this year's Annual Sunflower Festival, I led the Runner's Alley Thursday Run Group to the Merrimack River Greenway Trail.


I believe elected officials should be held accountable for their decisions and actions. Watch my interview with my constituent, Charlie Russell, on his show in July 2023,

Concord Trails

Whether it is an established City trail or a future one, I believe in preserving and conserving our natural resources while making them accessible to everyone.

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I advocated for, educated, and empowered Concord residents in their efforts to preserve the Langley Parkway Extension as a trail linking neighborhoods with miles of established City trails.

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Supporting our Multicultural Community

Concord is incredibly fortunate to be the most diverse, northern most city in NH. We benefit from the diverse perspectives and experiences of our residents.


It is a privilege to work with the Chamber of Commerce and Jean Hakuzimana, founder and director of NH Songa, to promote Moving Together Conversations: Immigrants in NH's Workforce Conference, November 15, 2023 at the Grappone Conference Center.  Learn more at

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Concord is an Arboretum

As a member of the Tree Subcommittee, I worked with Concord's first landscape architect and former City Planner, Bob Pollock, to catalog the 140 different species of trees in Concord.

Together, we created the free Capital Tree Tour, showcasing the features and benefits of 11 trees around the State House Complex. The tour was sponsored by a leading local environmental law firm, promoted by Intown Concord as a community event, and attended by over 55 people. Download the tour brochure

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Promoting Community Events

I love being a City Councilor and will jump at an opportunity to meet residents at City events. As a City Councilor, I participated in: the Juneteenth Celebration, Merrimack River Greenway Trail Triathlon, the Multicultural Festival, Christmas Parade, the Memorial Day Parade (in Concord and in Penacook), National Night Out, and the Coalition to End Homelessness SouperFest fundraiser; and ribbon cuttings for Rosemary's Way, CATCH Housing, Batulo's Kitchen, and the Merrimack Valley Learning Center food pantry.

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