Author: Jan Schmidt

From Public Health and Emergency Management

These presentations have important information on the current issues we are facing on COVID-19 Updates will be available on http://Nashuanh.gov please do not hesitate to reach out to the Health Department, Emergency Management or even me at Tesha4@gmail.com if we can answer any questions you may have. Wash your hands, […]

Nashua Transit Users!

2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update Although the risk for COVID-19 remains low in New Hampshire, Nashua Transit System is taking the following preventative measures to protect the health and safety of our passengers and employees: Cleaning & Disinfecting all vehicles and facilities on a daily basis. Providing disinfecting wipes and […]

City-wide Revaluation Project Begins

The Appraisal Firm of Vision Government Solutions has been hired by the City of Nashua to begin a City-wide Revaluation Project.  Vision staff will start data collection in Ward 1 on March 3, 2020. With your permission, the Vision staff member will request to inspect the interior, measure the exterior of all residential […]

Step One – Evaluation

This is yesterday’s meeting on the upcoming work to evaluate all the properties in Nashua. It’s clear that the state is right, every once in a while you need to cover the entire city to bring every property into a fair evaluation in relation to everyone else. https://youtu.be/VNPTKJbsQno

Recycle – here’s the scoop!

“ALL of the recycling that we collect gets sent to our recycling contractor.  None of the recycling that we collect is deposited in our Four Hills Landfill.  The recycling contractor sorts through the materials and utilizes the accepted/non-contaminated recycling items.  Therefore, it is important for our residents to understand and […]

Assessing Update 1/4/2020

You can find the Assessing data  information here:  https://www.nashuanh.gov/150/Assessing-Department.  The 2019 property record cards are available thru Webpro. Attached to this email,  I am providing the most recent Assessing “Monthly Monitor”  and the January 2nd, 2020 update to the Board of Assessors, for your information. Happy New Year! Best, Kim Kim […]