1. 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...
  2. Mayor Donchess Announces Nashua Family Day

    Mayor Jim Donchess is excited to announce Nashua Family Day on May 12th from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in North Common Park (near Holman Stadium). He will host a fun-filled day in the park featuring a variety of family-friendly activities. Read on...
  3. Mayor Introduces FY 2019 Proposed Budget

    Mayor Jim Donchess introduces the FY 2019 Proposed Budget. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. Now Issuing 2018-2019 Dog Licenses

    The Office of the City Clerk is now issuing dog tags and licenses for the 2018 - 2019 licensing year. State of New Hampshire RSA 466:1 requires that every owner or keeper of a dog four months old or older shall annually cause it to be registered... Read on...
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  1. Board of Aldermen 2018 - Group Photo

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