Update as of March 21, 2020
As you may have noticed, work has commenced on the cleaning up of the banks of the Nashua River downtown. Two of three fountains have been installed and the banks have had much of the evasive species removed. New landscaping and new planting will follow soon and the river will be much improved for people to use and enjoy. More information will be available soon.
The City of Nashua has plans to clean up the Banks of the Nashua River from the Broad Street Parkway to BAE Systems to make it a more appealing place to visit.
Starting in July/August the City will commence clearing all the evasive species from the river banks and add one or two new mid-river fountains. A special TIF (Tax Incentive Fund) to cover the cost of these river front improvements. This is all part of a Riverfront Master Plan which can be found on the City’s website.
Also, in the very near future, the City will be seeking bids from companies to add lighting to the trails along the river and the bridges over the river. As more info becomes available, I will update this information.
UPDATED – NOVEMBER 2, 2019
Permits were obtained and clearing of invasive material has commenced along the river banks near the downtown. More work will continue as weather allows.