RELOCATING
Are you thinking about relocating to a less hectic environment? Are you tired of traffic and noise? Concrete may be the perfect fit for you, especially if  you can appreciate:

  • Spending time with family and friends
  • Knowing neighbors better
  • Getting to know people in multiple contexts (for instance, the man who works at the hardware store may also be your daughter’s volleyball coach)
  • Having more time for community life or simply becoming a part of the community
  • Feeling that you – one person – can make a difference

STARTING A BUSINESS
If you’re interested in starting a business in our community, please get in touch. We are a group of business owners, some of whom have operated successful businesses here for many years, other who are just getting started. We can share our experiences, point you in the right direction for resources and support,  and help you avoid the pitfalls.

GETTING INVOLVED
Maybe you’re looking for ways to help make the Concrete area an even more special place to live and work. There are several opportunities for you to get involved and give back, whether it’s through serving on a committee, sharing your ideas and feedback or making a financial contribution to a good cause. Below are some projects currently underway:

  • Books for Kids
    For just a few dollars a month, you can help Concrete Elementary School teachers purchase books for kids to keep. Message Linda Kilpatrick for details.
  • Silo Selfies Project
    Help improve the old cement plant silos and make them a great place for a selfie! Landscaping and clean-up volunteers needed. Project partners include the Town of Concrete, Concrete Heritage Museum and the Chamber. Message the Chamber for more information.
  • Concrete Theatre Expansion
    The historic theatre is becoming an event center, with an ice cream shoppe, multipurpose room and more. Financial contributions of any size are welcome: Donate here. You can also message the owners for more details, or visit their website (www.concrete-theatre.com).
  • Mount Sauk Signage
    It’s “our mountain,” let’s tell people about it! A move is underfoot to place signage on Highway 20 that points out Mount Sauk. Message the Chamber for info.Is there a project you know of that’s improving the quality of life and/or expanding opportunities in our area? Please get in touch with us so we can add it to this list!