Urban Programs is a sub-division of the Community Development Division. The Urban Programs Subdivision manages the City of Nashua grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. These include the Community Development Block Grant Program, the HOME Investment Partnerships Program, and the Lead Paint & Healthy Homes Program. These programs aim to improve the housing, neighborhoods, and services available to low-to moderate-income Nashua residents.
Our mission is to:
Help identify community needs to improve the quality of life for lower-income families and individuals
Collaborate with community groups, faith-based organizations, developers and investors
Obtain and administer federal, state, local and private resources to address community needs
Evaluate program outcomes, impact to the community and effectiveness of the grants