Nashua’s Covid-19 Resources

Link to Public Health’s Live stories data.  This is updated daily Monday through Friday with the most up to date numbers on cases and testing. Link to the Public Health Hotline on the City’s COVID-19 page as well as the links to the CDC, WHO, NH DHHS, and a […]

Assessing Monthly Monitor for April 2020

ASSESSING DURING COVID19 The City of Nashua continues to actively monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation. Keeping in mind the health and safety of city residents and city employees, Nashua’s City Hall closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18 until further notice. Staff has continued to assist our residents and […]

“Stay at Home 2.0”

the Governor announced a series of modifications to the Stay at Home order. He extended it to May 31st as a “Stay at home 2.0”. Please see the links below from the Governor’s website for more information: All applicable industries are able to start opening up in incremental phases as determined by Public […]

Public Meetings

The City is obligated to post all our meetings – you can find them on the Calendar: Also, the Agenda Center is here for all those meetings: Find the contact for your Alderman here, you still have the right to have public input: During the pandemic, the […]

Free Online Meetings and Virtual Platforms

Free Online Meetings and Virtual Platforms – Looking to connect with others? Here’s a start. 12 Listing of online 12-step meetings on various platforms. Al-Anon Electronic Meetings forum and recovery chat room for Narcotics Anonymous members features voice chat, Skype, and text chat meetings connecting people from around the world. […]

Health Insurance Lost?

— If your family’s lost coverage was through your employer, but your spouse is still working, you may be eligible for a special enrollment window via your spouse’s employer’s health insurance. But be prepared to act quickly because special enrollment windows typically close 29-60 days after the qualifying event (in […]