1. Clean Water SRF Environmental Review

    The City of Nashua, New Hampshire has applied for Clean Water State Revolving Loan Funds through the State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH-DES), in accordance with provisions of Charter Env-Wq 500 rules of the department. Read on...
  2. Tax and Wastewater Dept announces Citizen Self Service portal

    The City of Nashua is now offering Property Tax and General Billing self-help look up services online. Read on...
  3. Dog Licenses Are Now Overdue

    Dog licenses expired on April 30, 2018. Starting June 1st a $1 late fee per month will be assessed to each dog and failure to license the dog by June 15th may result in the issuance of a $32 fine. Read on...
  4. City of Nashua Website Updated to Improve User Experience

    The City of Nashua has made adjustments to its website with the goal of making it more intuitive and easy to use. Read on...
  5. Nashua City Hall Press Release - 2018 July Property Tax Bills

  6. Nashua Hires KRT Appraisal to Complete the State Required Five-year Full Statistical Revaluation

    The City of Nashua, New Hampshire has hired KRT Appraisal to conduct a Full Statistical Revaluation of all properties in the City for 2018. The last full statistical revaluation was completed in 2013. Read on...
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City Sponsored Events

  1. Take a look at some of the exciting events coming up that are sponsored by the City of Nashua:

    Date: Event:
    June 2 - Sept 15
    Summer Fun
    June 22 Arlington Street Community Center Summer Kickoff Party
    June 23 ComicFest 2018
    June 23 Dancin' in the Street
    June 30 Nashua Pride Festival & Parade
  1. City Calendar
  2. Community Calendar

From the Mayor



  1. Welcome to the City of Nashua, NH online! Whether you are just browsing the web or looking for specific information; whether you live here or are planning a visit; whether you are a business owner, employee or job seeker, we want you to feel welcomed and have all your questions answered.
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From the Board of Aldermen

  1. Board of Aldermen 2018 - Group Photo

    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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