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Update (November 27th, 2014, 3:30pm): American Red Cross & City of Nashua Opening Shelter In Response of the Winter Storm

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Office of the Mayor

photo of Mayor Lozeau

Hello and welcome!

I am honored to serve as mayor of Nashua, New Hampshire’s second largest city; not just for all of the great things that Nashua has to offer, but also because I am a proud, third generation, citizen born and raised here.

Architect Hugh Jacobsen remarked: “When you get to know a city, it’s like reading the hopes, aspirations and pride of everyone who built it.” I have to agree. To me, cities are truly remarkable places. They welcome and inspire. They help define who we are as citizens and are the heartbeat of the state we live in. Cities are communities where bright lights shine on culture and diversity, entertainment and higher education. Nashua is all that and MORE!

Since the Industrial Revolution Nashua has been an economic engine, a cultural center, an innovative hotspot, an educational resource, a recreational delight, and a shopper’s and diner’s paradise. Most importantly, Nashua is home to a diverse population of hardworking, friendly, community minded families and businesses, full of heart and talent. It is those who contribute and work hard making Nashua such a remarkable place to live and work, today and for past and future generations, that hold the keys to the "Gate City."

Come see for yourself. You too will see what keeps generations calling Nashua home. If you have any questions, or if I can be of any assistance, please contact my office in City Hall at (603) 589-3260.

Warm regards,
Donnalee Lozeau


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