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Marlborough's Green Community and Environmental Sustainability Efforts
Contact TypeContact Information
Conservation Officer
DPW Commissioner
City Hall- Conservation Dept.
140 Main St; 3rd floor
Marlborough, MA 01752
508-460-3768 Priscilla Ryder
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Tree City USA (coming soon)
Marlborough Community Gardens (coming soon)
Municipal Building Projects (coming soon)
The City of Marlborough is striving to be smarter and more resourceful about the manner in which its buildings use energy, people and goods are transported, and waste is managed.~ Marlborough is applying many existing technologies and approaches to address this situation and to take advantage of emerging trends and resources in energy, transportation, land use and waste management that can change for the better the way our city works and the way we live.  This is the goal set out the city’s Sustainability Action Plan.

In 2010 the City received the “Green Communities” designation from the state of Massachusetts because we took  some important steps already, and committed to  reducing energy use in municipal properties by 20% by fiscal year 2015.  

As a way to help take the steps needed to become more energy efficient and more sustainable, the following are various links to city, community, and state wide programs and projects and resources that may help  the city and its residents and businesses take steps to becoming more sustainable!


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