Board of Aldermen

Agendas & Minutes

The Legislative Office prepares weekly agendas for the Board of Aldermen and its 6 standing committees which are posted by 5 p.m. on the Friday prior to the meeting, and which are made available to the general public through the City Clerk's Office. Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are posted pursuant to RSA 91-A:2, II. 
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Meetings

  • 7:30 p.m.
  • 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, except during the months of July and August when the regular meetings are held only on the second Tuesday
  • Aldermanic Chambers 
     2nd floor of City Hall
     229 Main Street
     Nashua, NH 03061-2019

For more information, call the City Clerk at 603-589-3010. The public is welcome to make remarks at appropriate times during Board of Aldermen meetings.

Meetings are televised on the Nashua Municipal Government Cable Channel 16, video streaming is available online on the GTV webpage, as well as Roku, and Apple TV – search for “Nashua Community Television”. Past meetings are available to view online too.

Special Meetings

In addition to the mayor's powers to call special meetings under RSA 45:10, the President of the Board may also call special meetings for limited purposes prescribed under NRO 5-7 by a vote or the signature of at least 8 members.

Related Documents

  1. About the Board
  2. Ben Clemons
  3. Richard A. Dowd
  4. TYLER GOUVEIA
  5. Ernest A. Jette
  6. Shoshanna Kelly
  7. Patricia Klee
  8. Thomas Lopez
  9. MELBOURNE MORAN, JR.
  10. Michael B. O'Brien, Sr.
  11. Tim Sennott
  12. JOHN SULLIVAN
  13. DEREK THIBEAULT
  14. Chris Thibodeau
  15. GLORIA TIMMONS
  16. Lori Wilshire

About the Board

The Board of Aldermen is the governing body of the City of Nashua and as such is the policy-making entity of the City, except where otherwise expressed in the City Charter. The Board of Aldermen consists of 9 ward aldermen elected for a term of 2 years at every municipal election and 6 at-large aldermen elected for a term of 4 years, 3 of which are elected at each municipal election.