City of Nashua Livability Dashboard
Nashua has laid the foundation for a more livable community through promoting renewable energy, managing stormwater, and protecting natural areas. This dashboard pulls all this information into one place so that Nashua residents and businesses can understand how we track our progress and can actively engage in setting goals and taking action towards a more livable future.
Nashua Leading the Way on Climate Change
NH mayors following Donchess’ lead in joining climate initiative. Learn More
NEW! Livability Dashboard
Mayor Jim Donchess & the Community Development Division are excited to announce the Livable Nashua dashboard. This online platform demonstrates how the City is working to improve the quality of life and reduce costs for all community members.
Improved Water Quality in Lyle Reed Brook
For over a decade, Lyle Reed Brook had been listed as a water body with impaired water quality. Lyle Reed Brook is now delisted and found to be fully supporting of aquatic life.
Nashua's Environment & Energy Committee Talks Clean Energy
The City’s recently formed Environment & Energy Committee has started reaching out to the community on renewable energy options.
For over a decade, Lyle Reed Brook, a tributary to the Nashua River had been listed as a water body with impaired water quality by the State of New Hampshire. After being tested again in 2016, Lyle Reed Brook is now delisted and found to be fully supporting of aquatic life for both dissolved oxygen and pH.Full Article
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- New Hampshire Union Leader
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