Village of Marlborough

Welcome to the official website for the Village of Marlborough  located in south Saint Louis County, 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.

7826 Wimbledon Drive

Marlborough, Missouri  63119

314-962-5055

314-962-3453 (fax)

Calendar
Notices
Hours

August 3, 2020: Board of Trustees Work Session @ 6:15pm -CANCELLED

 

August 10, 2020: Board of Trustees monthly meeting @ 7:00 pm

September 07, 2020 - Labor Day, Building Closed

September 08, 2020 - Work Session, if needed @6:15pm

September 14, 2020 - Board of Trustees meeting with Public Tax Rate Hearing @ 7:00 pm

October 05, 2020 - Work Session

@ 6:15 pm

Face masks and social distancing are required at all meetings and when conducting business at Village Hall offices.

 

PLEASE NOTE!

The Village is seeking residents with an interest in serving on the Planning & Zoning Commission or on the Board of Adjustment.  If interested, please call village hall (314) 962-5055.

If you would like to get on the blast calls from Republic, please call Customer Service at 636-947-5959.  Tell them you want to be on the Village of Marlborough's blast calls.

 

You will ONLY get a message when there is a change or interruption to the normal schedule.

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TRASH CANS, bring them in!

During a recent inspection of the village, it was noted that many are NOT bringing in their trash cans after they are emptied.  Please, get the trash cans off the street.

Thanks.

Village Hall hours

Monday- Friday

11:00-3:00 pm

These hours will be effective starting on Monday, August 17th for the next 6-8 weeks.

Please call or check on our hours as they may change.

 

If posted hours are not convenient to your schedule, please call and an appointment can be made.

 

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Village Hall phone number is

(314) 962-5055

 

 

CENSUS 2020

Please, please, please fill out your CENSUS.  Shared revenue is determined by our population count.  BE counted!

www.2020census.gov

HEEGE ROAD OPENED!

St. Louis County and MO American

Water project has been completed and is opened for traffic!

Need a mask?

St. Louis county is has free distribution in various areas.  Please follow the link for addresses of distribution events.

https://www.ksdk.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/where-you-can-get-free-masks-in-st-louis-county/63-5eb354a4-fc67-4e43-9c81-02aba692b74a

Want to make your own?  Follow the link for instructions or Google DIY Face masks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8OyV15ua24

       "Happening Around the Village"

WHAT IS GOING ON??

 

Beginning on July 3, 2020 at 7:00am,

St. Louis County and City now require masks when in public.  This includes indoors and outdoors where social distancing is not feasible.

For more information and exclusions to this order, please follow this link to the St. Louis County website.

https://stlcorona.com/sites/default/assets/pdfs/dph-orders/st-louis-county-face-mask-guidelines-07012020-0.pdf

The State of Missouri will make a new announcement on  regarding the opening up the state from COVID-19 restrictions on June 13, 2020

For more information, please check out Missouri's website at:

https://health.mo.gov/living/healthcondiseases/communicable/novel-coronavirus/

HOWEVER...

St. Louis county may differ  from the State.

St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page has started reopening St. Louis County beginning May 18th.  This will be a phased reopening.

Go to https://stlcorona.com for more information.

CDC Recommendations

As businesses and life begins to reopen, the following link is the CDC's recommendations for cleaning and disinfecting our homes ad businesses.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/reopen-guidance.html?deliveryName=USCDC_2067-DM26911

The CDC has recommended the wearing of some type of face mask when outside and in grocery stores.  For more CDC information please go to their website at:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

https://www.cdc.gov/media/dpk/diseases-and-conditions/coronavirus/coronavirus-2020.html

St. Louis County Corona Virus Dashboard

For St. Louis County corona virus updates, use the following link:

https://stlouisco.com/Your-Government/County-Executive/COVID-19

To receive text alerts when content is changed you can subscribe below by texting: 

STLOUISCOALERT to 67283

    BE AWARE OF CORONA VIRUS AND COVID -19 SCAMS.  THERE HAVE BEEN REPORTS OF PHONE CALLS, ANDROID PHONE APPS, AND TEXT MESSAGES TRYING TO SEPARATE YOU FROM YOUR MONEY.

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

The Village participates in St. Louis County's Community Development Home Improvement Program.  This program assist eligible homeowners in the municipality with a maximum expenditure of $5000 per household.  Those who meet eligibility requirements can apply for funds (not to exceed $5000) to be used for major items, such as roof, furnace, air conditioner repairs / replacement, foundation work, etc.

For more information, please contact: Office of Community Development

314.615.4405

and reference the Village of Marlborough and the Home Improvement Program.

 

AMEREN MISSOURI WARNS OF CONTINUED SCAMS!

Please see "MORE NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS" for more information!

 

 

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ALDERSHOT STREET & SEWER PROJECTS:

Both of these projects have been completed!

 

**Thanks to the residents of Aldershot for their cooperation during these two major projects!  Without your cooperation this never could have been completed.**

FROM AMEREN UE:

 

To our valued Community Partners,
 
Ameren Missouri understands the critical role that natural gas and electricity play in our customers’ daily lives. As a 24/7/365 business and provider of an essential product to our customers, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 coronavirus situation. To ensure we can continue providing safe and reliable service to our customers, we are taking daily measures as this situation evolves to protect our co-workers from exposure and secure our facilities.
 
We also know  COVID-19 is having a significant impact  on the people and families living in the communities we serve because of local business closures, lost wages, , and the reduced hours of essential services or amenities like  restaurants, theaters, daycare facilities, and stores. During this time, we want to continue providing all the support we can, and ensure you are aware of various resources being developed which may be of help to you or your constituencies.
 
Below we are providing a number  of links to federal, state and local resources or tools meant to assist in  local community planning and response, and welcome you to share with your community If you are aware of any additional resources, please feel free to share, and we will update our list  for future communications. Please take care to stay healthy in the coming days and weeks, and let us know if there are other ways that we can be of help to you or your community.
 

Statewide Resources

 

Utility Assistance Resources

  • HeatUpMissouri.org (314-241-0001): Focused on helping area elderly, physically disabled people, and low-to-moderate income families with Ameren Missouri utility bills.

 

St. Louis City/County Resources: 

 

Small Business & Employee Resources  

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH 

Officer Jon Brannan, Marlborough's community officer, has SUSPENDED Neighborhood Watch bimonthly program until further notice.

 

 

 

Call Village Hall at 314.962.5055 if you need further information OR check Facebook page at

​https://www.facebook.com/groups/142440416419212/

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.

 

 

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!

DOOR TO DOOR SOLICITATION

 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 know that this does not apply to charitable organizations, such as the Girl Scouts.  They are NOT required to get a license.

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