Here is some important information Nashua residents need to know this winter (2019)because we have a NEW Snow Emergency Notification Plan:
OLD PLAN: Snow Emergency Beacons turned on DURING a Snow Emergency signaling residents to get their vehicles off the street.
NEW PLAN: Snow Emergency Beacons will turn on BEFORE AND DURING the Snow Emergency! This will give everyone time to move their vehicles off the street to avoid being towed and give the plows room to work.
HERE IS WHERE YOU CAN FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT A SNOW EMERGENCY AND WHAT HOURS THE SNOW EMERGENCY WILL BE IN PLACE:
Facebook - Nashua Public Works
Twitter - @NashuaDPW
City Website - Nashuanh.gov
Billboards placed throughout the City *New This Year!*
The Telegraph and Nashua Patch
Snow Emergency Information Line - 589-4795
Remove Vehicles On the Street
During the declared hours of a snow emergency, all vehicles must be removed from city streets, or are subject to towing per City Ordinance § 320-67 - Article 12. During snow emergencies, overnight parking is prohibited according to City Ordinance § 320-78 - Article 13. However, residents may park in the garages on High Street and Elm Street free of charge. Normal parking conditions will then apply at the end of a snow emergency. The Nashua Police and the Street Department make every effort to avoid towing vehicles. If a vehicle is towed, it will be brought to the City’s Four Hills Landfill at 840 West Hollis Street where it will be released after proof of ownership and payment of fine.