Nashua is home to over 85,000 residents making it the second largest city in New Hampshire. This vibrant community is situated along the Merrimack and Nashua Rivers and is just 45 minutes away from Boston and 60 minutes from the New Hampshire Seacoast. Whether you're a local, a new resident or just passing through, Nashua is sure to offer something for everyone to enjoy.
Welcoming City Initiative
Nashua encourages its business leaders, civic groups, other government agencies and community institutions and residents to join in a community-wide effort to expand prosperity and inclusion for all residents by implementing policies and practices that promote understanding and an appreciation of diversity.
Our Citizens & Government
The citizenry of Nashua have faithfully been active, interested, informed, and involved in the affairs of our local, regional, state, and national government since chartering of the township in 1673.
Nashua's neighborhoods offer a great diversity in compactness, affordability, open space, housing-type, ethnicity, culture, history, architecture, and street character.
Explore Nashua Parks
Living in Nashua means coming together with family, friends, and neighbors, sharing in the “people-places” that really make Nashua a memorable place worth caring about.
History of Nashua
Read through the history of the City of Nashua.
Nashua Historical Society