Supervisor's Office

From the desk of the Supervisor:

Welcome to our website for the beautiful Town of Marlborough. It has been designed with the goal of making information readily available to visitors and residents.

Marlborough was named for John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough and officially became a Town in 1788. Marlborough is a historic farming community located in the beautiful Hudson Valley, about 70 miles North of New York City. The fertile land and close proximity to the Hudson River helped Marlborough become a successful farming community and is abundant with fruit and vegetable farms along with first class vineyards. The Route 9W commercial corridor runs North and South of the Town connecting the hamlets of Marlboro and Milton. Marlborough’s unique proximity to the Hudson River brings with it recreational, historic and cultural opportunities like our Milton Landing Park and Pier, the restored 1886 Milton Train Station, marinas, spas, restaurants, music venues, pick your own farms and Wineries.

Our community is a mix of historic farming and business families, combined with people looking for a better place to live and raise their families. Marlborough has a unique balance of old and new traditional values which attracts a diverse mix of individuals and businesses to our quant little Town on the Hudson

I am honored to serve as Supervisor for the residents of the Town of Marlborough. My goal as Supervisor is to improve the social, economic and overall quality of life for our Towns residents. I believe that by working together, as a community, we can accomplish many great things for our Town. I look forward to making that happen with the help of our Town Board, Town employees and all the individuals that volunteer their time to make Marlborough a better place.

I can be reached at Town Hall my calling (845) 795-5100 Ext. 2 or by Cell or text message at (845) 309-3719 and by email at

Thank you,

Scott Corcoran
Town of Marlborough Supervisor