1. 2018 Composting Equipment Sale

    The Nashua Garden Club and the DPW Solid Waste Department are now taking orders for backyard composting equipment. Read on...
  2. Solid Waste Collection Schedule - President's Day Holiday

    The Nashua Solid Waste Department and the Four Hills Landfill / Nashua Recycling Center will be closed on Monday, Feb. 19 for Presidents Day. Trash and recyclables collections will be delayed for one day throughout the week following the holiday. Read on...
  3. City of Nashua Releases Winter Bulletin with Essential Winter Information

    The City of Nashua has released a Winter Bulletin. Click on the link below to view essential information regarding snow emergencies, school cancellations and delays, plowing and snow removal, as well as important tips for staying safe this Winter Read on...
  4. Follow @NashuaSchools on Twitter for Nashua School District Weather Notifications

    Nashua Superintendent of School Dr. Jahmal Mosley will be utilizing the school district's Twitter account @NashuaSchools to announce snow days and school delays due to inclement or stormy weather. Read on...
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