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Projects & Events
Besides reviewing building and land use applications, the Community Development Division works on several projects to help improve the quality of life in Nashua. The City of Nashua forms public-private partnerships to help make projects possible. Find out about some of the City's projects!
Nashua International Sculpture Symposium
The Nashua International Sculpture Symposium is an annual community event designed to elevate the awareness and appreciation of public art in Nashua.
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Heritage Rail Trail East
The Heritage Rail Trail project was started in the late 1990s to reduce congestion along East and West Hollis Street by providing an alternative bicycle and pedestrian transportation route through the heart of the City’s most densely populated neighborhoods.
Millyard Dog Park Feasibility Study
The 2021 Millyard Dog Park Feasibility Study is an assessment of the feasibility of locating, operating and maintaining a free public dog park in the Millyard by the entrance to Mine Falls Park.
Nashua Bike/Pedestrian Study
The 2020 Bicycle and Pedestrian Project conducted by the Nashua Regional Planning Commission provides an analysis of existing conditions and a set of recommendations to help the City achieve its goal of being more walkable and bikeable.
Tree Streets Neighborhood Project
Your Voice, Your Choice! engages the Tree Streets community in spending a dedicated budget to improve their neighborhood. This effort is based on a concept known as Participatory Budgeting, a democratic process in which community members decide how to spend part of a public budget.
Nashua Riverwalk Lighting Design
Learn more about the French Hill revitalization project.
Southwest Trails Construction Project
The City of Nashua signed a contract with Morin's Landscaping, Inc. to complete the Southwest Trails Project.