Chatham Health District in collaboration with the Senior Center to hold an outdoor flu clinic, click here for details.
September 16, 2020
Effective immediately, Town Hall Offices are accessible by appointment only. Unlike a grocery store, we do not have greeter staff to monitor customers entering and exiting, to turn away those not wearing a mask, to monitor 6’ social distancing and hand hygiene. I want to reassure the public that we continue to provide essential services by appointment. The Tax Collector is accessible by an outside window. Citizens with business at departments other than the Tax Collector should call ahead and leave a voicemail if no one is available at the time of the call.
Once cleared to enter the building:
Department Phone Numbers:
Assessor, Marie Hall
Town Clerk, Lauren Griffin
Tax Collector, Barbara C. Murray
Town Planner, Peter Hughes
First Selectman, Gregory Lowrey
Building Inspector, Bob Roraback
Parks & Recreation Director, Ray Bull
Registrars of Voters, Ann Kilby & Dorothy Denniss
Greg Lowrey, First Selectman
Work will begin Monday, September 21st and will be complete Friday, September 25th with the possible exception of driveway aprons. If driveway aprons are not complete, that work will be done the following week. Alternating traffic will be permitted except during short durations at various times of the day.
If you are interested in voting by absentee ballot, we encourage you to get your application in for processing as soon as possible.
For a fillable version of the application,Click here
There is a large white drop box that says "State of Connecticut Official Ballot Box" on it outside of town hall for your application, or you can mail it to:
PO Box 29
Marlborough CT 06447.
DEADLINES AND CRITERIA TO
REGISTER TO VOTE
FOR THE AUGUST 11, 2020 PRIMARY
Marlborough registered voters who are currently Unaffiliated or Marlborough residents who have never registered to vote, have the following options to register in time for the August 11, 2020 Presidential Preference Primary:
By Mail - Voter Registration must be postmarked by August 6, 2020.
In Person – Must register by noon August 10, 2020. Please call the Registrar of Voters’ office at 860 295-6166 if you need to register in person.
The Marlborough Arts Center (231 N. Main St.) is holding its final concert of its 2020 summer series on Saturday, Oct. 10, starting at 1:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the Arts Center. The rain date is Sunday, October 11, at 1:30pm.
The concert will be a musical variety show featuring individual performances by Bruce Phelps - One Man With A Horn, and a few members of the Modern Riffs. Musical selections will include pop, jazz, swing, and country.
People should plan on bringing their own chairs/blankets to sit on and any refreshments they wish. While the concert is free and open to the public, donations are always welcome. Social distancing will be in place and people must wear masks.
2020 HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DATES
• AUGUST 22, 2020 - MANCHESTER
• SEPTEMBER 19, 2020 - MANCHESTER
• OCTOBER 17, 2020 – OUTREACH IN STAFFORD
• OCTOBER 31, 2020 - MANCHESTER
• NOVEMBER 14, 2020 - MANCHESTER
THE ABOVE SCHEDULE IS DEPENDENT ON THE COVID LEVEL AT THE TIME OF THE COLLECTION DATE.
EXPECT LONG LINES FOR THE AUGUST 22ND DATE. IN ORDER TO KEEP WAIT TIMES TO A MINIMUM EXTRA STAFF AND POLICE WILL BE ON-SITE .
IN ORDER TO KEEP WAIT TIMES TO A MINIMUM YOU ARE URGED NOT TO BRING:
PAINT WHICH YOU CAN DISPOSE LOCALLY BY GOING TO PAINTCARE.COM TO FIND A LOCAL STORE THAT ACEPTS PAINT
BATTERIES, FRION, MOTOR OIL & FILTERS, OR TIRES WHICH YOU CAN DISPOSE AT THE TOWN TRANSFER STATION.
To view full postcard with complete information click here.
Vision Government Solutions Inc has been hired by the Town of Marlborough to conduct the 2020 Revaluation. For the next several weeks, Data Collectors will be looking at all properties that have taken out a building permit or any outstanding permits issued last year. Due to Covid-19, there will be no interior inspections or face to face meetings at this time.
Please keep dogs tied to avoid injuries of revaluation staff.
Marie P. Hall, Assessor
Town of Marlborough