9th Circuit - Probate Division - Nashua
NH CIRCUIT COURT
9th Circuit – Probate Division – Nashua
30 Spring Street, Suite
Circuit Clerk: Sherry Bisson
Associate Clerk: Kim Bonenfant
Phone: for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call )
Information regarding restricted court email
Hours: Monday - Friday, am to pm
From the north, there are two ways to travel:
1) Take Interstate 93 South to Interstate South. Follow Interstate to the F.E. Everett Turnpike (Route 3). Take Exit 5E off the Everett Turnpike. At the end of the ramp, take a right and head East on Route (Kinsley Street). Go by St. Joseph’s Hospital. Go through two sets of lights. Get into the middle lane at the third set of lights and go straight through. Go by the Hitchcock Clinic at the next set of lights. Get in right lane, go past the Post Office and Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).
2) Take Interstate 93 South to Interstate South. Follow Interstate to the F.E. Everett Turnpike (Route 3). Take Exit 7E off the Everett Turnpike. At the end of the ramp, take a right and head East on Amherst Street. Go by Holman Stadium, and then you’ll come to a set of lights at Main Street. Take a right (down hill) onto Main Street. Go to the 5th set of lights ( you will pass City Hall on your right). Take a left onto Hollis Street (Route East). Take first left onto Spring Street at the next set of lights. Get in right lane, go past the Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).
From the south: Take F.E. Everett Turnpike North to Route East (Exit 5). Head East on Route (Kinsley Street). Travel straight through the light crossing Main Street and get into the middle lane (So. NH Regional Med Ctr. will be on your right). Travel straight through the next light onto Spring Street and get in the right lane. Go past the Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).
From the east: Take Route West to Spring Street. Turn right onto Spring Street, go past the Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).
From the west: Take Route A (Amherst Street) East to Main Street. At the last light bear right onto Main Street. At the 5th set of lights turn left onto E. Hollis Street. Get in the left lane. Take the first left onto Spring Street. Get in the right lane, go past the Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).
Heres your Nashua voting info from City Hall!
The election season is here and the Nashua City Clerk’s Office wants to remind voters that Aug. 25 is the last day to register to vote or make any name/address changes ahead of the Sept. 8 State Primary Day election. To accommodate those wishing to register to vote, the City Clerk’s Office will be hosting open voter registration hours. The State of New Hampshire has also made important changes to election laws, specifically concerning absentee ballots.
Registering to Vote
All voter registration applications, as well as any name and/or address corrections to the checklist must be received by the Nashua City Clerk’s Office by Tuesday, Aug. 25. New voters may register absentee by Aug. 25, or in-person at their polling place on election day.
Open voter registration hours will be held at the picnic tables located behind Nashua City Hall at the Elm Street Entrance:
8 am–5 pm Monday through Friday
8 am–noon Saturday, Aug.
Temporary changes to election laws allow concerns for COVID to be used as a basis to register to vote absentee and/or to vote by absentee ballot for the state primary on Sept. 8 and General Election on Nov. 3.
Absentee ballot applications may be completed in the convenience of your home. If you are not yet registered to vote, but have submitted an absentee ballot application, a voter registration form, absentee registration affidavit and instructions will be sent to you when we mail your ballot. You may mail, email, fax or hand-deliver your completed application to the Office of the City Clerk. You must be a resident of Nashua to register with the Nashua City Clerk’s Office.
Absentee ballots sent via regular mail must be received no later than 5 pm on election day. An absentee voter or delivery agent can hand-deliver the ballot in person to the City Clerk until the day before an election. The City Clerks Office will be open from 3–5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 7 to accept absentee ballots in hand.
Absentee ballots CANNOT be placed in the drop-off box at Nashua City Hall, in accordance with state law. You may, however, hand-deliver it to our Elm Street entrance between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm, Monday – Friday and on Saturdays from 8 am til noon.
Absentee ballots may not be accepted at the City Clerks Office on election day. If a ballot needs to be dropped off by a delivery agent, he/she should go to the voters polling location and drop it off with the Ward Clerk. Your delivery agent will be asked to complete a return form and show photo identification in order to deliver your ballot.
Absentee Ballot Delivery Agent
The following people are considered to be a delivery agent, per NH RSA
- The voter’s spouse, parent, sibling, child, grandchild, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, stepparent or stepchild.
- Nursing home administrator licensed pursuant to RSA A:2 or a nursing home staff member designated in writing by the administrator to deliver ballots.
- A residential care facility administrator, or residential care facility staff member designated in writing by the administrator to deliver ballots.
- The person assisting a blind voter or a voter with a disability who has signed a statement on the affidavit envelope acknowledging assistance. This person cannot deliver more than four absentee ballots.
City Clerk's Office
Absentee Ballot Applications
Absentee ballot applications for the November 2, Nashua Municipal General Election may be download and printed by clicking here. You may mail, email, fax or hand-deliver your completed application to the Office of the City Clerk, Main Street, Nashua, NH
Concern for COVID remains to be recognized as a disability by the State of New Hampshire for voting purposes. Please select the 5th box under Section II on the absentee ballot application if you are declaring concerns relative to COVID as your reason for not voting in person on Election Day.
If mailing your ballot, affix the proper postage and place it in the mail. Mail-in ballots must be received no later than p.m. on election day.
Absentee ballots CANNOT be placed in the drop-off box at City Hall, in accordance with State Law. You may, however, deliver your ballot in hand to the City Clerk's Office between the hours of a.m. and p.m., Monday through Friday until pm on Monday, November 1,
Absentee ballots cannot be accepted at the City Clerk's Office on election day. If a ballot needs to be dropped off by a delivery agent, he/she should go to the voter's polling location and drop it off with the Ward Clerk. Your delivery agent will be asked to complete a return form and show photo identification in order to deliver your ballot.
Delivery Agent: The following people are considered to be a delivery agent, per NH RSA
- The voter’s spouse, parent, sibling, child, grandchild, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, stepparent or stepchild;
- Nursing home administrator licensed pursuant to RSA A:2, or a nursing home staff member designated in writing by the administrator to deliver ballots;
- The residential care facility administrator, or residential care facility staff member designated in writing by the administrator to deliver ballots;
- The person* assisting a blind voter a voter with a disability who has signed a statement on the affidavit envelope acknowledging assistance. *This person cannot deliver more than 4 absentee ballots.
Municipal Elections are non-partisan, so party registration has no bearing on voter eligibility to participate in any municipal elections.
Voters can track the status of their absentee ballot by visiting the Secretary of State's, State of New Hampshire, Voter Information Look-up Page and selecting the Absentee Ballot
More information on the Election may be accessed by visiting our Elections' page, including sample ballots.
NASHUA, N.H. Nashua City Hall will fully reopen to the public on Monday, June 7. For the past year, throughout the pandemic, all essential city services have remained available to residents by way of regular mail, dropbox, online and by phone, as well as limited entry into City Hall for some departments. With the full reopening of City Hall, all departments offering in-person services will accept walk-in customers and those with appointments during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (hours may differ among departments for some services).
Mayor Jim Donchess, along with public health and emergency management officials continue to monitor and respond to the COVID virus. Safety protocols and helpful signage are in place for members of the public who enter City Hall, including that individuals who are not vaccinated are encouraged to wear a face mask for the protection of others. The City of Nashua has rescinded its mask ordinance, so individuals who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear a face mask.
City Hall Construction
Nashua City Hall is currently under construction. Improvements are being made to enhance the health and safety of residents and city employees. Construction will continue through the month of June. Residents entering City Hall are asked to enter through either the front or back door to the building (Elm Street entrance), follow instructions on signage and to be mindful of construction areas.
Appointments and the City Hall Greeter
Residents who have made appointments with a department can enter City Hall and proceed to the proper department at their scheduled time. For residents walking in without appointments who are not sure if they need to make one, a City Hall Greeter is located at the back of the building on the first floor (accessible via the Elm Street entrance) and can assist residents with making an appointment and answer any questions they may have.
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION BY DEPARTMENT
The Assessing Department will be open from 8 a.m p.m., Monday through Friday by appointment only. Appointments are limited to a maximum time of 15 minutes. For information or to arrange an appointment, call or email [email protected]
CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
The City Clerk’s Office is pleased to announce that the office will be open for all transactions beginning
June 7, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
We also continue to serve our residents by offering online scheduling to apply for a marriage license, for voter registration and for new dog registration.
Requests for vitals and renewal of dog licenses continue to be available online, by mail or via the drop box located at the back of City Hall. Please note that the City Clerk’s Office has been temporarily relocated to the Auditorium, located on the 3rd floor of City Hall. If you need assistance, please contact () option 5 or via email at [email protected]
To schedule an appointment or for further information, visit https://www.nashuanh.gov//City-Clerks-Office
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
All Community Development offices will be open as usual from 8 a.m p.m. The Building Permit counter will close at p.m., but a Dropbox will be available to drop information off after For more information, visit https://www.nashuanh.gov//Community-Development or call
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
Nashua’s Economic Development Department has continued to operate as normal for the past year and will continue to do so moving forward. For information about the department or to contact, visit: https://www.nashuanh.gov//Economic-Development or call
MOTOR VEHICLE DEPARTMENT
Nashua’s Motor Vehicle Department will continue to offer the following services beginning on Monday,
June 7th. Department hours will be 8 a.m. to p.m.
- Registration and title transfers of newly purchased vehicles.
- New residents who have moved to Nashua from another State.
- New residents who have moved to Nashua from another town or city in New Hampshire
Customers are still encouraged to make an appointment for these services. For your convenience, appointments can be made up to three weeks in advance. Please report in a timely manner for your assigned appointment, but not early to limit overcrowding.
Walk-in service will be available. Please be advised that there may be lines and longer wait times for Walk-in service.
To make an appointment, visit https://www.nashuanh.gov//Motor-Vehicle-Registration and click on the blue button that says “schedule an appointment.”
PLEASE NOTE: All other motor vehicle registrations can be processed online, by mail or drop off. Drop off should only be used for renewals and please make sure your name and phone number are on your envelope.
Citizens may email us at [email protected] call us at for Motor Vehicle Registration questions.
PROPERTY TAX OFFICE AND WASTEWATER DEPARTMENT\
Nashua’s Property Tax & Wastewater Department will be open to the public for general services related to property taxes and wastewater and will also continue to accept online, mail-in and drop off service. Department hours will be 8 a.m. to p.m., Monday through Friday.
If you still wish to use online, mail-in or drop off service for payments, we recommend that you include the bottom portion of your tax bill with your payment in order to insure payment is applied to the correct account.
You can also use the secured drop off box at the back entrance of City Hall (Elm Street). We highly recommend you do not mail cash or place cash in the drop off box. Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you need a paid receipt, a cancelled check or mortgage statement will also suffice as a receipt for federal tax purposes. Payment receipts will be provided after the tax payment time period is complete.
Citizens may email us at [email protected] or call us at for tax questions.
OTHER CITY DEPARTMENTS (NOT LOCATED WITHIN CITY HALL)
NASHUA PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Nashua Public Library is open and curbside pickup is available Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m p.m. Library staff are available by telephone and chat from Monday – Thursday and on Friday and Saturday.
The Adult, Teen and Children’s areas are open for browsing during all of the hours the library is open and computers are available for use during those same hours. The Chandler wing and our meeting rooms remain closed at this time.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES:
The Division of Public Health and Community Services will be moving from their temporary location at
Main Street beginning on June 8, and the move is expected to be completed by June 14, There will be no onsite services available, however mobile clinics will still be in operation. Hotline services will also be available. For more information about services during this time,visit www.Nashuanh.gov/DPHCS
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Nashua’s Department of Public Works has continued normal operations throughout the pandemic in regards to trash and recycling pickup and the Four Hills Landfill has also remained open. DPW offices will open to the public on June 7, should residents need in-person assistance. More information can be
found here: https://www.nashuanh.gov//Public-Works-Division or by calling
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