1. Oversized/Bulky Collections Ending for Season

    Curbside collection of oversized items and appliances will be ending for the season. The last date to request a pickup will be Friday, October 22nd and the collections will be ending on Friday, October 29th. Read On...
  2. Transit Center -- Renovation Construction to begin 7/26.

    The Nashua Transit Center will be undergoing significant renovations throughout Summer 2021- Winter 2022. Construction is set to begin on Monday, July 26th. Read On...
  3. Household Hazardous Waste Collections 2021

    The schedule for the 2021 Hazardous Waste Collections held by the NRPC has been announced. Read On...
  4. Mayor Donchess proposed the FY22 budget to the Board of Aldermen for adoption

    The FY22 proposed budget was presented to the Board of Aldermen on May 11, 2021 and is available for download. Read On...
  5. The City of Nashua lifts suspension of Interior Inspections for the 2020-2022 Revaluation

    Vision Government Solutions will send letters out starting with Ward 1 in July 2021 Read More...
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Mayor James W. Donchess


Mayor Donchess - Photo credit: Kelli Wholey/Lumina Portraits

Welcome to the City of Nashua! Nashua is committed to building a welcoming and neighborly atmosphere in our community, focusing on the economic growth of the community, strategies to ensure that all of Nashua’s children reach their full potential, strong municipal infrastructure, steady progress toward a net zero Nashua, and the cultivation of a 21st century arts, cultural, and residential neighborhood in Nashua.

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    Nashua in the National Spotlight!

    NBC Nightly News came to our great city in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month and the 2020 Census data showing an increase in Nashua's Hispanic population Read on...
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    NASHUA’S STRONG FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REWARDED WITH AAA BOND RATING

    Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Financial Services reaffirmed the City of Nashua’s AAA bond rating Read on...
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    MASKS REQUIRED IN NASHUA CITY HALL EFFECTIVE AUGUST 25, 2021

    Face masks are now required to be worn by all individuals in public areas of Nashua City Hall, regardless of vaccination status. Read on...
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    The City of Nashua lifts suspension of Interior Inspections for the 2020-2022 Revaluation

    Vision Government Solutions will send letters out starting with Ward 1 in July 2021 Read More...
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    Imagine Nashua

    Updating the Nashua Master Plan with citywide discussions to maintain, protect, develop, and improve. JUNE 2021 Meetings on all 6 Topic Areas Read on...
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    City of Nashua rescinds face coverings ordinance, Board of Health provides additional recommendation

    It is highly recommended for unvaccinated members of the public to continue to wear a mask... Read on...
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    NASHUA CITY HALL TO FULLY REOPEN TO THE PUBLIC JUNE 7

    Hours and available appointments may differ among departments for some services Read on...
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    NASHUA 2020 TAX RATE SET

    The City’s tax rate for this year is $22.61. Read on...
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    USPAP mass appraisal report

    USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice) mass appraisal report submitted by KRT Read more about the report...
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