Tax & Wastewater Collections

Nashua's Property Tax & Wastewater Department will be open to the public for general services related to property taxes and wastewater effective June 7, 2021. We will also continue to accept online, mail-in and drop off service.   

  • Department hours will be 8:00a.m. to 4:45 p.m. 
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory in all public buildings per City Ordinance O-21-083.

If you use mail-in or drop off service for payments, we recommend that you include the bottom portion of your tax bill with your payment in order to ensure payment is applied to the correct account.

The secure drop off box is located at the back entrance of City Hall (Elm St.) We highly recommend you do not mall cash or place cash in the drop off box.   Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope. We if you need a paid receipt, a cancelled check or mortgage statement will also suffice as a receipt for federal tax purposes.   Payment receipts will be provided after the tax payment time period is complete.

Citizens may email us at propertytaxes@nashuanh.gov or call us at 589-3190 for tax questions.


2021 December Property Tax Bills


Property Tax Bills were mailed on November 29, 2021. Residents should receive them within a few days from the mail date. Property Tax Bills will be due on December 30, 2021. 

The City has recently mailed the December 2021 property tax bills. Most property owners will be receiving them on about November 30, 2021. Anyone who has not received a bill is asked to contact the Tax Office (603-589-3190) or email us at propertytaxes@nashuanh.gov.  We will promptly provide you with a duplicate copy.

To avoid a short wait in line, Taxpayers are encouraged to use the mail in service. A paid receipt will be returned in your self-addressed stamped envelope once the collection season has passed. A cancelled check or mortgage statement will also suffice as a receipt for federal tax purposes. The city also accepts online payments, credit and debit cards along with electronic check (additional online processing fees may apply, see link for details). You can also use the secured drop off box at the back entrance of City Hall (Elm St.)  The mail slot is between the two sliding doors.  We highly recommend you do not mail cash or place cash in the drop off box. 

Please include the bottom half of your bill when making payment to ensure proper
 credit to your account. Payments to the City must be postmarked December 30, 2021 in order to avoid the accrual of 8% interest thereafter.

Our mailing address is: City of Nashua, Tax Collector P.O. Box 885, Nashua, NH 03061-0885


Tax & Wastewater (Sewer) Emails – propertytaxes@nashuanh.gov or

nashuawastewater@nashuanh.gov

  • Tax and Sewer (wastewater) payments: Can be made in one of two ways: (1) online via our website portal (https://www.nashuanh.gov/paybills); (2) via mail (checks only and post dates will be honored as the date of payment with envelope provided by the city).

  • Lease parking payments: Can be made in one of two ways: (1) online via our website portal (https://www.nashuanh.gov/paybills); (2) via mail (checks only and post dates will be honored as the date of payment with envelope provided by the city).

Pay Bills

  • Tax and Sewer (wastewater) payments: Can be made in one of two ways: (1) online via our website portal (https://www.nashuanh.gov/paybills); (2) via mail (checks only and post dates will be honored as the date of payment with envelope provided by the city).

  • Lease parking payments: Can be made in one of two ways: (1) online via our website portal (https://www.nashuanh.gov/paybills); (2) via mail (checks only and post dates will be honored as the date of payment with envelope provided by the city).
  • Parking Fines (tickets) can be made in one of two ways: (1) online via our website portal (https://www.nashuanh.gov/paybills); (2) via mail (checks only and post dates will be honored as the date of payment with envelope provided by the city).

The City of Nashua, New Hampshire Tax Collector’s Office is a department within the Financial Services Division. Our primary purpose is to bill and collect various taxes and fees for the City. We strive to provide courteous and accurate responses to questions.

Please note: to expedite our ability to assist you, please have your account number available when contacting us. Your property tax account number (also called Parcel ID number) is the 8-digit number (ex. 00030502) that can be found on the upper right hand corner of your bill or can be found by using our online database located here. Your wastewater account number can be found on the upper left hand corner of your bill.

Responsibilities

The Tax Collector’s Office is responsible for the billing and collection of the following: