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Home styles range from renovated early Americans and older colonials to contemporaries. Commercial growth is beginning to develop in the town's industrial park off Route 2, although strict land use laws will assure new buildings are consistent with the town's rural charm and character.
Numerous dedicated civic organizations, a library, senior center and an arts center and museum offer social and cultural programs for residents of all ages. The Salmon River State Forest, which comprises 6,000 acres in five towns, including Marlborough, has field sports, fishing, hiking, picnicking and mountain biking.
Marlborough is part of Connecticut Regional School District 8. Local children attend an elementary school in town, followed by the regional middle and high schools in Hebron.