1. Mayor Introduces FY 2019 Proposed Budget

    Mayor Jim Donchess introduces the FY 2019 Proposed Budget. Read on...
  2. 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...
  3. City Clerk's Office Announces Last Day to Change Party Affiliation Before September Primary

    The City Clerk’s Office announces that the last day to change party affiliation, before the September 11, 2018 State Primary Election will be on Tuesday, June 5th Read on...
  4. Nashua City Hall Press Release - 2018 July Property Tax Bills

  5. 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...
  6. Budget Review Committee Schedule on FY 2019 Proposed Budget

    The Budget Review Committee has issued the schedule for reviews of the proposed FY 2019 Budget Read on...
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Board of Aldermen

  1. Board of Aldermen 2018 - Group Photo

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