1. Veterans Day Parade

    Want to be in the Nashua Veterans Day Parade on November 11th? Well here is your chance! Come ride in style in a Nashua Transit trolley. To reserve your spot send us an email at TransportationDepartment@nashuanh.gov or call 880-0100.
  2. Solid Waste Department Collections November Holiday Schedules

    The November holiday schedule for the Solid Waste Department has been announced. For the week of Election Day and Veterans Day, the normal collection schedule will be followed from Monday through Thursday. Read on...
  3. Free Rides to Polling Sites on Voting Day 2016

    Nashua Transit System wants to ensure that transportation is not a barrier to anyone in our community on voting day. Because of this, Nashua Transit System will be offering free rides to and from election polling sites! Read on...
  4. Wayfinding Signage Survey

    The City of Nashua is in the process of implementing a wayfinding signage system to attract and direct visitors to Downtown Nashua. It's crucial that we hear your voices in order to engineer and design a system unique to Nashua. Read on...
  5. Voter Registration Extended Hours

    Avoid long lines at your polling location on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 by registering to vote or make changes to your current registration information at: Read on...
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Jim Donchess, Mayor

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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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