1. Safe Stations

    If you are looking for help, there is a gateway to recovery in Nashua. Fire Stations are open 24/7 to those who are seeking treatment and recovery. At Safe Stations a trained firefighter will be able to connect you to help. For Other Services Visit The Crisis Hotline
  2. 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...
  3. Wastewater Fee Increase

    Effective January 1, 2017 wastewater (sewer) fees/charges will be increased for both demand and flow charges. Demand charges vary depending on meter size and flow charges will now be $2.36 per 100 cubic feet. Read on...
  4. CAC Volunteers Needed

    The Citizen’s Advisory Commission for Community Grants (CAC)* is seeking volunteers to review funding requests from human service providers for fiscal year 2018. 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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    Subscribe to Notify Me to receive updates and information about community news and happenings. Read on...
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Board of Aldermen

  1. Board Of Aldermen 2016

    The Board of Aldermen is the governing body of the City of Nashua and as such is the policy-making entity of the City, except where otherwise expressed in the City Charter. The Board of Aldermen consists of 9 ward aldermen elected for a term of 2 years at every municipal election and 6 at-large aldermen elected for a term of 4 years, 3 of which are elected at each municipal election.
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