May 7, 2020

Citizens of Marlborough,

On April 26, 2020 my office proposed a budget to the Board of Finance (BOF) that reflected a mill rate decrease of (0.63) and fully funded the road repair investments suggested by our consultant, the library grant, the AHM budget and firefighter recognition. At the April 29, 2020 BOF meeting, the BOF decided to cut the town operations budget proposal by $70,730 and the local Board of Education budget (BOE) by $100,128. These demands were a surprise to many as the BOE and the Board of Selectmen (BOS) had made cuts from the original departmental requests at the suggestion of the BOF. At the May 5, 2020 BOS meeting, the BOS unanimously agreed to sacrifice road materials, payroll, library grant, AHM grant and firefighter recognition in an effort to meet the demand of the BOF. The capital spending plan is unchanged at this time. Please note that the BOS unanimously agreed that we would prefer, if cuts are necessary for FY21, that they be made from additions to capital reserves and not from operations. The BOF was made aware of the BOS preference to make cuts, if any, from town additions to capital reserves rather than town operations. The summary of cuts to operations as well as the operations (revised) and capital spending (unchanged) plans are available here.

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Greg Lowrey
First Selectman, Marlborough

Preliminary Budget Document

20 21 Capital Budget Document

BOS Budget Reduction  20 21 Document

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

03 Jul 2020;
07:00AM - 04:30PM
Independence Day Observed
04 Jul 2020;
12:00AM
Indepence Day Transfer Station Closed
07 Jul 2020;
07:00PM -
Board of Selectmen
08 Jul 2020;
07:00PM -
Board of Finance
08 Jul 2020;
07:00PM -
Zoning Board of Appeals Cancelled
09 Jul 2020;
07:00PM -
Zoning 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.

    Animal Control: 860-455-8126
    ST DEEP: 860-424-3011                          

     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.

Town Links

  • Car Breakin
    Over the past few days there has been an increase in nighttime car larcenies in Marlborough and numerous surrounding towns. Outside of Marlborough, several cars have also been stolen.
    Please be aware of anything unusual in the early morning hours and  IMMEDIATELYcall 911 if it is suspicious.

    LOCK YOUR CARS - TAKE YOUR KEYS - EVERY NIGHT