Division of Public Works

About Public Works


When you travel on a City street, take a stroll on a sidewalk, place trash and recycling at the curb, or picnic in a park, you are benefiting from the services of the Nashua Division of Public Works. These benefits are an important part of our daily lives, but most of us take them for granted. Nashua residents are touched by Public Works every day. We understand the importance of our work and its impact on the City.

2018 Paving Schedule

There are many factors that can affect our Paving Schedule and this list is subject to change without notice.  The City has hired engineering consultants Hayner-Swanson, Inc. and Stantec, to assist the City with street selection for paving. Selection criteria includes, among other things, identifying roads that are in distress. In addition, coordination with Liberty Utilities and Pennichuck Water is also done to ensure that infrastructure associated with their capital projects are completed prior to the road being paved. Once a street is paved, there is a 5 year rule that prohibits cutting into a newly paved street unless there is an emergency situation.

The schedule for our paving work this construction season is currently being determined, and will be posted as soon as it is finalized.


The Division of Public Works


The Division of Public Works employs 167 people and is divided into six departments:

Collective Bargaining

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