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Welcome to Marlborough’s newly updated website! Hopefully, you’ll find it reflects the true personality of our town while providing all the important local information. We hope it will be a place you’ll want to visit often.

F.6 SIDEWALKS – 12/88

Sec. 1 The First Selectman shall provide for an inspection of Town accepted sidewalks and shall order the owner or occupants of property adjoining any defective sidewalk to repair the same. If such defect is not repaired within thirty (30) days from the date of order thereof, the First Selectman may order the repair of such defect and cost of such repair shall be collected by the Town of Marlborough from the defaulting property owner. (12/88)

F.3 PARKING
3.1 No parking shall be permitted on any highway or town road between the hours of 12 midnight and 6:00 a.m. commencing November 1st of each year and ending April 1st of each following year.  Any person violating this ordinance shall be subject to a fine of twenty-five ($25) dollars for each violation.

Downed utility lines, power company blackouts, heavy snow falls or summer storms can all lead to power outages. Many people turn to a portable generator for a temporary solution without knowing the risks.

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Portable generators are useful when temporary or remote electric power is needed, but they can be hazardous. The primary hazards to avoid when using them are carbon monoxide poisoning, electric shock or electrocution, and fire.

Click here for some tips from the U.S. Fire Administration.

Contact information for:
State Senator Cathy Osten: 860-240-0579
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State Representative Robin Green: 860-268-6369
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  • Chip seal provides the opportunity to maintain the roads for very low cost.
  • A chip seal is about one fourth to one fifth the cost of a conventional asphalt overlay.
  • By extending the time between asphalt overlays, chip seal results in lower costs over the long term.
  • By placing a chip seal sooner than asphalt overlay would be placed, the traveling public benefits from roads maintained in better condition.
  • Chip seals eliminate the need to crack seal.
  • Chip seal enhances safety by providing good skid resistance.
  • Chip seal provides an effective moisture barrier for the underlying pavement against water intrusion by sealing cracks in the pavement.
  • Chip seal prevents deterioration of the asphalt surface from the effects of aging and oxidation due to water and sun.
  • DOT has successfully used chip seal for over 25 years to maintain state routes.
  • Chip seal is used only on low traffic routes, less than 2,500 vehicles per day.
  • Chip seal virtually eliminates black ice.
  • In hot weather chip seal reseals cracks by flowing back together.

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Be Bear Aware Sign for Hiking Trails (PDF)

Black bears are becoming increasingly common in Connecticut as the population continues to grow and expand. Reports of bear sightings, even in heavily populated residential areas, have been on the rise. The Wildlife Division has also seen an increase in the number of reported problems with black bears. The primary contributing factor to bear nuisance problems is the presence of easily-accessible food sources near homes and businesses. Fed bears can become habituated and lose their fear of humans. Bears should NEVER be fed, either intentionally or accidentally. Connecticut residents should take the following simple steps to avoid conflicts and problems with black bears:

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Town Hours of Operation

Monday            8:00 - 4:30
Tuesday           8:00 - 7:00
Wednesday      8:00 - 4:30
Thursday          8:00 - 4:30
Friday              8:00 - Noon

Marlborough needs volunteer Board and Commission members to help local government make the important decisions that will determine our quality of life. If you’re interested in contributing your service and talent to our community, please consider applying to serve as a local board or commission member!

APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS OR COMMITTEE

Current Events

17 Jan 2019;
09:00AM -
Cemetery Committee
21 Jan 2019;
12:00AM
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
21 Jan 2019;
06:00PM -
Fire Commission
22 Jan 2019;
07:00PM -
Planning Commission
23 Jan 2019;
07:00PM -
Nature Trails & Sidewalks Commission
04 Feb 2019;
07:00PM -
Conservation Commission

Emergency Contacts

  • Connecticut State PoliceMarlborough Police Information

    911 - Fire, Police, Medical Emergency Vehicle Dispatch

    Resident State Trooper – Office (860)295-9098
    Email Trooper Dunshee: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Constable/Director of Public Safety Services - Jay Kehoe  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    CT State Police Troop K
       Emergency - 911
       Non-emergency – (860) 465-5400

    Sewer Alarm & Repair
       Emergencies & Alarms: FR Mahoney & Associates (508)765-0051
       Routine Information: Marlborough Building Department (860)295-6202

    Middlesex Hospital
    Blue Hospital SignMarlborough Medical Center
    Emergency Service
    24 hours a day - 7 days a week
    (860) 358-3200
    12 Jones Hollow Rd
    Marlborough, CT 06447
       Need to Schedule an Appointment?
       With SmartER you can book your Marlborough Medical Center Emergency Room visit in advance.