Does the Legal Department provide legal advice to residents?
No. The office can only advise municipal departments, agencies, boards, commissions and officers. If you cannot afford a private attorney, you may call South Middlesex Legal Services toll free at (800) 696-1501
Where are City Ordinances?
Some of the City of Marlborough's various regulations, ordinances and codes may be read on line at other sites on this web site. Any one looking for a certified copy of any of these document must get them from the City Clerk's office in person.
How do I file a claim against the City for damage to my property or injury to my person that I believe is the fault of the City?
A claim form may be picked up in person from the City Clerk's office or it can be obtained online from the City Clerk's website.
How can you make a request to purchase or seek abandonment of City-owned property or purchase an abutter’s lot?
Contact the Chief Procurement Officer via phone request to 508-460-3707, in person at City Hall, 140 Main Street – 3rd Floor or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for either a Request to Purchase or Have City-Owned Property Abandoned form or Abutter Lots Request to Purchase Application form. The appropriate form will be determined based on value and/or use. All City-owned property made available for disposition is sold “as is”. The City makes no representations or warranties with respect to
suitability of any lot for any particular purpose, or as to the applicability or effect of any local, state, or Federal law. Selection of a proposal and sale of real property by the City pursuant to M.G.L. procedures do not ensure that zoning or other approval will be granted.
Information is also available at the Procurement Office website.