1. Draft Plan Comments Extended

    Due to last week’s winter storm the Human Affairs Committee meeting was rescheduled to March 2, 2017. Since the draft plan will be discussed at this meeting, the Urban Programs Department will accept comments on the draft plan through March 3rd. Additional Info...
  2. Mayor's 2017 State of the City Address

    Mayor Jim Donchess gave his 2017 State of the City Address on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. Mayor Donchess said, "The state of the city is strong and getting stronger." The Mayor also said, "We are growing our economy and adding jobs. We have new housing Read on...
  3. Overnight Parking Permits for French Hill Area

    The City Clerk’s Office is issuing 2017 overnight parking permits for those individuals who live in designated areas within the city’s downtown and French Hill Area. The cost of the permit is $10 and allows residents to parking overnight Read on...
  4. Nashua Transit System South Loop Running December 15, 2016 - March 2017

    Skip the shoveling this winter and let Nashua Transit catch you up on errands. The South Nashua Circulator provides convenient, hourly service to key shopping destinations and residential areas. Read on...
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  1. Board Of Aldermen 2016

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