The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) establishes the organizational and procedural framework to ensure that the City of Nashua will be adequately prepared to deal with all hazards threatening the lives and property of its citizens. The EOP outlines the responsibilities and coordination mechanisms of City agencies, State and Federal partners, voluntary organizations active in disasters, and the business community. The plan unifies the efforts of these groups for a comprehensive approach to reducing the effects of a disaster.
The City of Nashua Office of Emergency Management extends its appreciation to all partner organizations who participated in the planning effort to create this document.
The Nashua Hazard Mitigation Plan Update 2019 was prepared by the City of Nashua. The City of Nashua is susceptible to a variety of natural hazards. For each hazard type, the hazard location within the City, extent, and impact are noted. The hazards in the Hazard Mitigation Plan Update 2019 have been adjusted to align with the hazard names identified in the State of New Hampshire Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update 2018. Two hazards identified in the State plan that do not impact Nashua are Avalanche and Coastal Flooding. In addition, Dam/Levee Failure was removed from the 2019 Update as it is not a natural hazard but instead a technological hazard.