Category: Facts

Public Meetings

The City is obligated to post all our meetings – you can find them on the Calendar: https://www.nashuanh.gov/Calendar.aspx#expandAllWithMode Also, the Agenda Center is here for all those meetings: https://www.nashuanh.gov/agendacenter Find the contact for your Alderman here, you still have the right to have public input: https://www.nashuanh.gov/514/Board-of-Aldermen During the pandemic, the […]

Assessing Department Audit Report

Management Audit Report Completed in March 2019 Conclusions and Major Recommendations The Assessing Department Management Audit has enabled us to look beyond the operationsof the Assessing Department as several other departments are involved. Major Recommendations: 1} Re-establish the Administrative Services Director position reporting to the Mayorwhich will more effectively align […]

Have you ever wondered…

Schools are used year-round these days for various and sundry, and some districts are considering extending the school year to make room for bad days during the winter, longer holidays, and getting around that summer reading loss problem. So which schools have air conditioning? From Shawn Smith, Director of Plant […]

A more friendly Website for the City

City of Nashua Website Updated to Improve User Experience The City of Nashua has made the following adjustments to its website with the goal of making it more intuitive and easy to use. The dropdown navigation menus have been reorganized to help users find information faster. A new group of […]

A message from the IT Department

Staying Safe From Tax Scams Though Benjamin Franklin is often quoted as saying “in this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes,” an updated version for the current day would need to include tax scams. As people nationwide seek to file their tax returns, cybercriminals […]

Ward 1 Meeting Notes 2/1/18

We held a Ward 1 meeting February 1st at our beautiful Broad St School. It was lightly attended, but a nice opportunity to chat about issues facing our part of the city. Two questions have already been answered by DPW this morning. From Lauren Byers DPW Public Relations Administrator concerning the […]

DPW needs people to let them know…

If your street needs attention because of potholes or is impossible or dangerous to navigate send your message to dpwrequest@nashuanh.gov Learn a little more about Nashua’s DPW Winter Operations 2018 – DPW Presentation January 31 2018 There is also cool tool to post your exact problem right online https://yourgov.cartegraph.com    

Until Help Arrives Classes 

Click on the date to register: December 4th 6-9pm Nashua, NH January 10th 6-9pm Nashua, NH Can’t make the scheduled classes? Sign up to be notified when new classes are scheduled Notification List Life-threatening emergencies can happen fast. Emergency responders aren’t always nearby. You may be able to save a […]