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The Marlboro Town Office is currently closed to walk-in visitors. 

Town Officers will be at work December 21 & 22 and 28 & 29. Season’s Greetings!

  • This is in an effort to reduce our exposure to the COVID-19 virus.  If one of us gets ill, the whole office will likely close.  
  • Please call (802) 254-2181 or email if you have a question. We check phone messages daily and will return your call as quickly as possible.
  • Appointments can be made for records research on Tuesdays & Thursdays by emailing Forrest Holzapfel  Most documents are available digitally, please inquire.
  • If you need to speak with a Town Officer, we are here Monday through Thursday  9 a.m. until 4 p.m.  Generally the Treasurers are here Mondays and Wednesdays while the Town Clerks are here Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Due to the small space we can’t follow social distancing protocols and all work at the same time. 
  • Municipal public meetings will continue to be held on their regular schedule via video-conference.  Zoom links and call-in numbers are posted on public meeting agendas outside of the Town Office and on the website. The public is welcome to attend these video meetings.

Please read this town specific letter from the Marlboro Select Board :

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PLEASE NOTE :  Voting changes for Town Meeting 2021 

After meeting with the Select Board on December 17, 2020 and considering all scenarios, we have decided to mail Town Meeting ballots to all active voters, as was done by the State for the November election.  This means that all 715 active voters will be receiving their ballot in the mail with postage paid in both directions.  

The ballot will contain the election of town officers as well the choice to vote yes or no on ALL the articles on the Town and School warnings.  Brace yourselves, because the ballot will be many pages!!  By Vermont law, the early/absentee ballots will be sent out by February 10, 2021.  Voting in person will also be available on March 2, 2021 at the Town House in Marlboro Center from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.       

~  Forrest Holzapfel, Town Clerk  

Interested in getting involved in your town government? 

There is an opening on the Marlboro Select Board for a three-year term beginning March 3, 2021. If you would like to know more about the position and duties, you can read a summary at the bottom of the page here or speak with a current or past Select Board member. 

The other positions to be elected by Australian ballot at Town Meeting on March 2, 2021 will be Lister, Auditor, Constable, Trustee of Public Funds, and Town Agent, as well as one three-year term and two one-year terms on the School Board. 

Many incumbents for these positions are seeking reelection, but any town voter may submit a petition to be included on the ballot for any position.   

Another law change the Legislature has made for these pandemic times is that candidates for local office DO NOT need to gather signatures to be put on the ballot, only a Candidate Consent form is needed.  

To get yourself on the ballot, please contact the Town Clerk.  The deadline to submit the candidate consent form to the Town Clerk is Monday January 25, 2021 at 5 p.m.

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Starting May 28, 2020, the Marlboro Select Board strongly recommends all establishments located in the Town of Marlboro that invite the public into their premises for the purpose of receiving services, purchasing products, or otherwise transacting business, to encourage both staff and customers (or visitors) wear cloth face coverings or face shields over their nose and mouth while inside the establishment.

Exceptions: Cloth face coverings are not required on young children under age 5; anyone who has trouble breathing; or anyone who is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.

Posting of Recommendation: Each establishment is individually responsible to post signage at the entrance and at other appropriate locations stating that customers (or visitors) are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings by recommendation of the Marlboro Select Board.

Effective Period: This declaration shall remain in effect until the Marlboro Select Board amends, rescinds, or suspends the declaration, or until the Governor declares an end to the COVID-19 State of Emergency in Vermont, whichever occurs first.

Adopted by the Marlboro Select Board at its meeting on May 28, 2020.