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Assessing NewsletterAt the August 29th Board of Assessors meeting, Director of Administrative Services, Kim Kleiner and staff announced the creation of an assessing monthly newsletter designed to keep residents informed during the 2019 Full Measure & List and Revaluation

Alert Center

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City Office Closings
Public Notices
Transit AlertsService Interruptions & Inclement Weather Alerts
Transit Alerts - Downtown ConnectorFor Downtown Connector Alerts Only

Bid Postings

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City
Community Development
Community Services
Economic Development
Emergency Management
Engineering
Financial Services
Fire Rescue
Information Technology
Library
Parks and Recreation
Police Department
Public Health
School
Solid Waste
Streets
Traffic
Transit
Urban Programs
Wastewater

News Flash

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City of Nashua News
Economic Development
My Brother's Keeper
Nashua Transit System News
Parks & Recreation AdvisoriesUpdates on pool or park closures and cancellation or postponed Parks & Recreation events.
Public Health & Community Services
Public Works Division
Road Construction, Detours & PavingUpdates on street or lane closures due to construction projects, events, and notifications of street closures due to accidents.
Solid Waste DepartmentUpdates on postponed trash pickup due to holidays, soft yard waste information, household hazardous waste information, oversized items removal information, brush removal after storms, extended hours at the landfill, solid waste permits, and other information from the Solid Waste Department.
Wastewater Department
Winter Operations

Calendar

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Arlington Street Community Center
Building Code Board of Appeals
Community DevelopmentCommunity Development Calendar
Community EventsTake a look at these exciting events happening in the Nashua community that you won't want to miss!
Community Resilience Steering CommitteeThe Resilient Nashua Initiative’s main purpose is to identify acute shocks and chronic stressors impacting the City of Nashua, now and in the future, and collaboratively find solutions to address these complex issues.
Emergency Management
Emergency Preparedness
Energy & Environment Committee
Ethics Review Committee
Gate City Immigrant Initiative
Hunt Memorial Building
Hunt Memorial Building Private Rentals
Local Emergency Planning Committee
Mayor's Office
My Brother's Keeper
Nashua Airport Authority
Nashua City Academy
Nashua Rail CommitteeNashua Rail Transit Committee is established consisting of nine (9) members as follows: Two (2) members of the Board of Aldermen who shall be appointed by the president of the board of aldermen. One (1) member from the Nashua Regional Planning Commission who shall be appointed by the Executive Director of the Commission. One (1) member from the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce who shall be appointed by the Chamber's President/CEO. Two (2) residents of the City of Nashua who shall be appointed by the Mayor. One (1) member shall be the Mayor or his or her designee. The remaining two members shall be the city's representatives' on the state rail authority. The committee is charged with making recommendations and development of a strategy to the mayor and the board of aldermen for bringing passenger rail to Nashua. The appointed members shall serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority and promulgate said recommendations and strategy documents no later than 120 days after the passing of this resolution.
Nashua Transit System
Parks and Recreation
Performing Arts Center (PAC) Steering CommitteeBoard of Alderman of the City of Nashua established that a Performing Arts Center Steering Committee be as follows: (a) The committee shall be responsible for making recommendations to the mayor and the board of aldermen for the physical design planning and construction of a Performing Arts Center located at 201 Main Street. Furthermore the committee shall develop an operational and strategic plan for the Performing Arts Center. (b) The committee shall consist of eleven (11) members. One (1) member shall be the mayor or his or her designee. One (1) member shall be a representative from the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce who shall be appointed by the Chamber’s President/CEO. Three (3) members shall be representatives of the Nashua Arts Commission who shall be appointed by vote of a majority of the Arts Commission. Three (3) members shall be representatives of the Downtown Improvement Committee who shall be appointed by a vote of a majority of the Committee. Three (3) members shall be from the Board of Aldermen, whose term shall be concurrent with the alderman's term of office, and who shall be appointed by the president of the board of aldermen. (c) The appointed members shall serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority and until the committee has executed its charge as articulated in the aforementioned recitals and in paragraph (“a”). Upon completion of its duties, the committee shall disband. The committee shall elect a chairperson by majority vote and adopt by-laws as necessary to regulate its affairs.
Personnel Advisory Board
Public Health & Community Services
Solid Waste
Strategic Planning Committee
Substance Misuse Prevention
Trustees of Woodlawn / Pinewood Cemeteries

Agenda Center

MethodList NameDescription
Aldermen, Board of
Ambulance Advisory Committee
Animal and Dog Park Advisory CommitteeThe purpose of the Committee is to advise the City regarding animal issues and regarding the establishment of a downtown and other dog parks.
Arts Commission
Auditorium Commission
Board of Assessors
Board of Fire CommissionAgenda and Attachments
Board of Health
Board of Public Works
Board of Public Works Retirement System Trustees
Board of Registrars
Budget Review Committee
Building Code Board of Appeals
Business & Industrial Development Authority
Cable Television Advisory Board
Capital Equipment Reserve Fund
Capital Improvement Committee
Citizen's Advisory Commission (formerly Review & Comment)
Committee on Infrastructure
Community Resilience Steering CommitteeThe Resilient Nashua Initiative’s main purpose is to identify acute shocks and chronic stressors impacting the City of Nashua, now and in the future, and collaboratively find solutions to address these complex issues.
Conservation Commission
Cultural Connections Committee
Downtown Improvement Committee
Environment and Energy Committee
Finance Committee
Gate City Immigrant Initiative
Historic District Commission
Human Affairs Committee
Hunt Building Board of Trustees
Hunt Legacy Trustees
Ira F. Harris Lecture Trustees
Joint Special School Building Committee
Local Emergency Planning Committee
Mayor's Office
Mayor's Opioid Taskforce
Merrimack Valley Water District
Mine Falls Park Advisory Committee
My Brother's Keeper
Nashua Housing and Redevelopment Authority
Nashua Public Library Board of Trustees
Nashua Rail Committee
Nashua Transit System
Pennichuck Water Special Committee
Performing Arts Center Steering Committee
Personnel Advisory Board
Personnel/Administrative Affairs Committee
Planning & Economic Development Committee
Planning Board
School Construction Projects Committee
Special Events Committee
Strategic Planning Committee
Substandard Living Conditions Special Committee
Tax Increment Financing Advisory Board
Voluntary Organizations Active in DisasterThe Greater Nashua Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan membership organization that serves as a forum to share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle to help disaster survivors and their communities.
Woodlawn Cemetery Trustees
Zoning Board of Adjustment