Nashua City Hall features a bronze sculpture of John F. Kennedy, marking the spot where candidate Kennedy gave his first official campaign speech in 1960.
Holman Stadium off of Amherst Street was where future Brooklyn Dodger stars Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe played in 1946 on the first integrated baseball team in the U.S. (Jackie Robinson was playing in Montreal the same year). The Nashua Pride professional ball team currently plays at Holman Stadium, and have invested well over one million dollars in the park and grounds.
Zip codes: 03060, 03061, 03062, 03063, 03064
Area: 32 square miles
- Average Weekly Wage: $702
- Single-Family Units: 16,004
- Multi-Family Units: 18, 506
- Mobile Homes: 877
- Median Gross Rent: $774
- Median Housing Costs: $268,800
Route 3 North (the Everett Turnpike) is the main North-South throughway. Interstate 93 is a 20-minute drive via Route 111 East. State Route 101, accessible via Route 3, leads to Keene in the West and the Seacoast to the east. Keene, Concord and the Seacoast each take about an hour by car. Itís a little less than an hour to Boston with normal traffic; during commuting hours, itís well over an hour.
Nashua is governed by a mayor and board of aldermen.
Property Tax Rate
$17.55 per thousand dollars valuation.
- Mayor Donnalee Lozeau, 589-3260
- City Clerk: Paul Bergeron, 589-3010
- Tax Assessor: Angelo Marino, 589-3190
- Aldermanic Office: Administrative Assistant Sue Lovering, 589-3030
- Planning and Building Department: Manager Roger Houston, 589-3090
- Community Development Division: Director Roger Houston, 589-3090
- Urban Programs: Manager Scott Slattery, 589-3087
- Welfare Department: Welfare Officer Bob Mack, 589-4555
- Public Works: Director Rick Seymour, 589-3140
- City Engineer: Stephen Dookran, 589-3134
- Street Department: 589-4750
- Public Health: 589-4500
Natural gas supplier
WaterPennichuck Water Works
State and County Government
NH House of Representatives
The city has 29 House seats, three in each of nine wards and two floating seats that represent several wards.
You can also visit the home page for the NH House.
The city has two state senators.
You can also visit the home page for the NH Senate.
The city is part of council District 5 and is represented by David Wheeler (R) Milford
Hillsborough County Government
Rhona Charbonneau, of Hudson, represents the city on the three-member county Board of Commissioners.