The full presentation by Director Sarah Marchant will be available soon, but here are a few highlights.
March 17, 2020 5:44 PM NASHUA CITY HALL CLOSED 5 PM MARCH 18; ESSENTIAL SERVICES TO REMAIN AVAILABLE Nashua city government, public health, and emergency management officials continue to actively monitor and respond to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation. Keeping in mind the health and safety of city residents and […]
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 […]
The City of Nashua has declared a snow emergency starting Tuesday, December 17th at 10 pm until Wednesday, December 18th at 6 am. This snow emergency may be adjusted if weather conditions change. Snow may accumulate quickly and impact roadways. During the snow emergency NO on-street or municipal surface lot […]
The voters spoke loudly on one, and the second not so much Shall the municipality approve the charter amendment summarized below? This amendment changes the way that vacancies are to be filled until the next municipal election on the Board of Aldermen, Board of Education, Board of Public Works, and […]
Courses offered range widely – from Baking and Cooking, Computer, English for those learning the language, Health & Wellness, Painting and Pottery, Small Engine Repair, to Woodworking. Classes are during the evening, with the length and time vary depending on the course.Take a look at what’s available! Please contact […]