County: Hillsborough

Nashua is known as the Gate City as it borders Massachusetts. It’s about 47 miles North of Boston.  Nashua has a growing population and a Main Street initiative with new restaurants and shops.  A new Center for the Arts will bring world class music and theatre productions to the city.  College campuses account for approximately 8,000 students.  These include Rivier University, Thomas Moore College of Liberal Arts, The Nashua Community College and St Joseph School of Nursing.  City parks, the historic Holman Stadium and Mines Falls Park make the Gate City a great place for outdoor activities and nature lovers.


Learn more about demographic, housing and tax information for the city of Nashua.  This is not a complete list and may change over time.  Please visit the referenced websites for updates and detailed information.

Nashua Demographics

  • Population Estimates, July 1 2021 (V2021): was 91,124
  • Owner-occupied housing unit rate, 2017-2021 was 54.8%
  • Median gross rent 2017-2021 was $1,416
  • Median household income (in 2021 dollars), 2017-2021 was $78,501
Data gathered according to at the time of this writing.

Nashua Property Tax Rate

(NH Dept. of Revenue Administration)
  • 2022 Total Rate (per $1000 of value) $18.07
Data gathered according to the NH Department of Revenue Administration at the time of this writing.


(ACS 2016‐2020)
  • Total Housing Units 37,767 
  • Single-Family Units, Detached or Attached 18,601
  • Mobile Homes and Other Housing Units: 1,023
Units in Multiple-Family Structures:
  • Two to Four Units in Structure 5,702
  • Five or More Units in Structure 12,441

Data gathered according to the New Hampshire Employment Security website at the time of this writing.

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