1. Nashua Transit System Announces Limited Service to Walmart

    The Nashua Transit System is excited to announce that beginning September 5th 2017; we will begin a pilot program providing limited service to Walmart in Amherst. Read on...
  2. Introducing the City's New Mobile App - Go Nashua

    We are pleased to announce that the new Go Nashua mobile app is now available for iPhone and Android. Go Nashua is the official mobile app for the City of Nashua, NH. Read on...
  3. Note - Dog Licenses are Overdue

    Starting on June 28, 2017 we will be assessing a $25 civil forfeiture fee as well as a $7 cost of service fee, besides the licensing fee and late fees for every dog not licensed for 2017-2018. Read on...
  4. Mayor Jim Donchess Announced the Completion of the First of Nashua’s City Academy

    First Ever Nashua City Academy Class Graduates Read on...
  5. NEW Hampton Beach Bus

    Saturdays June 17th - Sand Sculpture Competition July 8th August 5th September 9th - Seafood Festival Read on...
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