1. Mayor Donchess Announces S&P Raises Nashua’s Rating to AAA

    Mayor Jim Donchess was pleased to report that the Standard and Poors Global Ratings, which had been AA+, were upgraded on Tuesday to that of a AAA rating. The report from S&P cited the City of Nashua’s “strong management policies and procedures”. Read on...
  2. DOT - Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Workshop

    Exploring Minority & Women-Owned Certification with the State of New Hampshire. Attend this free workshop to learn how to become DBE certified, and the benefits for your business! The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program is designed to remedy Read on...
  3. Public Health and Community Services accounces PHAB acceditation

    City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services announces that it has achieved national accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). Additional Info...
  4. Overnight Parking Permits for French Hill Area

    The City Clerk’s Office is issuing 2017 overnight parking permits for those individuals who live in designated areas within the city’s downtown and French Hill Area. The cost of the permit is $10 and allows residents to parking overnight Read on...
  5. Nashua Transit System South Loop Running December 15, 2016 - March 2017

    Skip the shoveling this winter and let Nashua Transit catch you up on errands. The South Nashua Circulator provides convenient, hourly service to key shopping destinations and residential areas. Read on...
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