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If the address on your bill is not correct, you will need to do an address change with the Assessor’s Office. You may also mail in your address change to the Assessor’s Office at: 229 Main Street P.O. Box 2019 Nashua, NH 03061-2019
Change of Address Form (PDF)
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You can now look up your tax information on our website: www.NashuaNH.gov/TaxLookup.
If you are requesting a copy of a Lien Release through the mail then you will need to be specific in what you need. Please indicate the property location, the name on the account and which year(s) you need of the Lien Release. Please include a check for $12 for each property being requested. Information Request Form (PDF)
In order to avoid paying a fee for a duplicate receipt, you can request a receipt when you make payment at our counter or you should include a stamped-self-addressed envelope with your payment and a paid receipt will be mailed to you for your income tax records. Please be specific in what you need such as indicating the property location, the name on the account and which year(s) you need the receipt for.
Look through the Tax Rate History to see what the tax rate is for this year and previous years.
We accept Cash, Credit Cards (MasterCard, VISA, Discover, and American Express), Checks, Money Orders, Bank Checks, and Travelers Checks. You can also Pay Online.
The Property Tax Year is April 1st through March 31st. Property tax bills are sent semiannually. The first installment bill is due on July 1st, the second installment due date varies depending on the date the tax rate is set and the date the bills are postmarked, generally no later than December 20th. The July Tax Bill is an estimate based on 50% of the prior year's tax rate. Once the State Department of Revenue sets the Tax Rate, the December bill covers the balance of the property tax owed for the tax year. Please note: if you are purchasing or selling a home, property taxes will be prorated by day from April 1st of that year.
Yes. The City of Nashua is now offering Property Tax and General Billing self-help look up services online. Nashua's Citizen Self Service portal is part of the growing suite of online services offered by the City, which enables taxpayers, business owners, banks, real estate services, mortgage and title companies to view and pay property tax bills and general billing invoices at any time of day.