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7826 Wimbledon Drive

Marlborough, Missouri  63119

Telephone: 314.962.5055   Fax: 314.962.3453   Email: villagemarlborough@sbcglobal.net  

 

Welcome to the official website for the Village of Marlborough, Missouri!

Our mission is to support a quality of life that facilitates growth, safety, health, and prosperity for our residents, businesses, and visitors with a safe and thriving environment to live and work.  Village officials are committed to providing responsible and efficient services.

 

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU

 

 

 

PATH OF TOTALITY

Marlborough was in the path of totality for the solar eclipse that occurred on August 21st.  Did you get some great photos?  Send us your best and we will be happy to showcase them.

These photos are courtesy of

Bob Drennan.

 

 

 

 

 

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There is a new business in town at 8088 Watson Road.  It is

ABIGAIL'S APPAREL!

If you are in need of new outfit, check out this independently owned shop.  For more information, click on the Village Business tab at the left and then on the Abigail's Apparel button!

 

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GOT MOSQUITOES?

     Ready or not - they are back! 

 

Don't let mosquitoes ruin your outdoor plans. Check under the "Information You Can Use"   section on the left hand side for information to help you deal with these pests.

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"Happening Around the Village"

 

 

Street Improvements     

 

UPDATE:

Village representatives met with contractors to get bid proposals to repair streets and sidewalks. 

 

 

Street Commissioner Keary Harrison & Chairman Skip Bornmueller have been working through the summer heat on the village streets. 

·         Replacing signs, painting poles, and patching small potholes. 

·         Sidewalk repair inventories have been completed.

·         Survey of larger potholes and sinkholes on the village streets.

·         Cleaning out the municipal garage and inventorying sign supply.

·         Filled sign needs following the MUTCD federal regulations.

·         General maintenance of village truck and skidster.

·         Meeting with contractor for street repairs on potholes and sinkholes.

 

If you have a concern about the streets or sidewalks, please give us a call at

314.962.5055.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHECK OUT THE CALENDAR TAB FOR UPCOMING MEETINGS / EVENTS! 

 

 

  DEA Drug Take Back Program

WHEN:  Saturday, October 28, 2017 

TIME:  10:00-2:00 

WHERE:  Village Hall Boardroom

St. Louis County Police will be taking part in the DEA Drug Take Back Initiative.

   The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse and medications.  There is a debate regarding putting old meds down a drain or toilet as an acceptable method of disposal.  Many feel this leads to minute traces of drugs in drinking water. 

For more information on the proper disposal of medications, please refer to the tab under "Police Department" on the left hand side of this page. 

County Night Out - October 3rd!

 

Come to Village Hall at

7826 Wimbledon Drive between 6:00-8:00 pm and meet your neighbor, community police officers, elected officials, and staff.  We will be serving hot dogs, snacks, soda.

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There is a new officer in town!  Officer Jonathan Brannan is our new community officer.  Meet Officer Brannan by clicking on the Police Department tab on the left hand side of this page.

 

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Do you know what the open garage door said to the thief? 

"Yes, you can come in and take whatever you want!"

Our community police officers are asking that everyone, PLEASE, close your garage doors!  It isn't a joke, but an open invitation to be burglarized.

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Suspicious Activity or Person?
If you see or hear anything that is suspicious.....call the police immediately!   If you believe it is an emergency situation call 911. If you believe it is not an emergency, but needs to be reported, call

636-529-8210.

Do not wait until the next day or the morning. Our officers are constantly patrolling the village; they could be one block from your house at the time of the incident. If you don't call, we can't help.

No concern is too small to check out.

For emergencies:

CALL 911

 

For non-emergencies:

Call 636-529-8210

 

If there is something in your neighborhood or business that makes you uncomfortable, please call the police department first.

 

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CAR CLOUTING

 

There have been incidents of car clouting reported all over the St. Louis County and City. 

 

Car clouting is a smash and grab crime.  It, also, occurs when a driver leaves the car unlocked, or windows down, or anything that makes the car accessible.  This is easy for those who want to take your belongings.  All they have to do is just reach in and take your possessions.  No alarms go off alerting people of a break-in.

 

Easy way to prevent this from happening to you...

 LOCK YOU CAR NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE PARKED, EVEN YOUR DRIVEWAY!

 

  

   

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Peddlers and Solicitors

     Recently, the ordinance regulating door to door salesman and solicitors has been updated.  Anyone knocking on your door to sell you something is required to have a license issued by the Village and a photo ID.  

     If they don't, call our neighborhood police at the non-emergency number 636.529-8210. 

     If you prefer not to be bothered, place a "No Soliciting" or "No Trespassing" sign on your front entrance.

     Please not charitable organizations, such as the Girl Scouts, are NOT required to get a license.

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