Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Marlborough Township

A relatively small community with a population of about 3,200, Marlborough Township is largely rural and unspoiled and remains protected by ordinances that promote- responsible development. Large areas are permanently preserved as Open Space and will remain forever green. The Township works to sustain the character and lifestyle treasured by residents and visitors while respecting the rights of property owners.

Current Issues

Administrative Office - For up to date Township office information click here. Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00-4:00 - other hours by appointment.

Police Department - For up to date Police Department office information please click here.

2023 Proposed Budget

The proposed 2023 Marlborough Township Budget is available for public review. The Board of Supervisors will consider adoption of the final budget and tax levy resolution at the Board of Supervisors Meeting on Wednesday, December 14, 20222 at 7:00 PM. To view the Draft Budget click here.

Annual Holiday Toy Drive - Marlborough Township, Upper Perk, and East Greenville Police Departments are hosting their 7th annual holiday toy drive. Donations will be accepted up to December 15, 2022. Please click flyer for more information.

Park and Recreation Board Meeting - will be held Wednesday, December 7th at 7:00 PM at the Township Municipal Building - Agenda

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Home Energy Assistance applications are being accepted for the 2022-2023 winter heating season. Apply through COMPASS online, or download the application, fill it out and return it to the local county assistance office.

NOTICE - Planning Commission Vacancy - If you are interested in serving as a member of the Planning Commission, send a letter of interest to Marlborough Township 6040 Upper Ridge Rd. Green Lane, PA 18054 or email

To see the full description of the duties of the Planning Commission - click here

PennDOT - Road Concerns and Complaints - If you have a maintenance concern related to a State-Maintained Roadway, such as potholes or dead deer, please call 1-800-FIX-ROAD or click here.

PECO - If you experience low hanging wires, power outage or smell gas in the area you are urged to call PECO Emergency at 1-800-841-4141. To report dead trees or assistance with trees and vegetation fill out the online form - Click Here

2022 Skymount Lake Fishing Permits - Fishing permits are available during normal business hours at the Township Office, the Police Department, Boulder Woods Campground or by mailing the application with the necessary information and fees.

Act 44 - The annual disclosure form must be posted in accordance with the requirements of Act 44 for each contractor that provides services to the Pension Plan. Click Here

2022 Adopted Budget - Budget

2022 Meeting Schedule - view

Tax Collection Hours - View