Mission Statement: The Marlborough Community Coalition is an association of residents, businesses, and partners for our diverse and historic neighborhood that serves to promote the neighborhood as a healthy, sustainable, and vibrant community by | engaging residents, institutions, and businesses | finding innovative solutions to entrenched urban problems and misconceptions | utilizing housing, green space, and the arts as core revitalization approaches, and | advocating for equitable treatment and resources. Together, we are Marlborough.

Our History

Marlborough's history tells the larger story of Kansas City’s growth, decline, and pursuit of community-building.
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Events

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Welcome to Marlborough

A vibrant neighborhood in southeast Kansas City.

For the last ten years, the Marlborough Community Coalition, a 501(c)(3), has worked hard to bring positive change to the neighborhood. The current focus on linking partners and stimulating new grassroots leadership will continue to strengthen the momentum of the area for years to come. From arts to urban gardening, the community hosts a number of exciting opportunities to get active and involved. Explore this site, and find ways to get engaged! At the end of the day, it takes all of us…residents, businesses, educators, and civic leaders to work together to achieve a common vision.

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Making Marlborough a better place to live and work. Boundaries: Gregory - 89th Street; Troost - Bruce R. Watkins 71 Highway
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Marlborough Community Coalition
Listen up! Listen and Watch the City council at-large candidate forum live on Waldo Tower Neighborhood Associations facebook page ongoing until 8:30 pm!i
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Marlborough Community Coalition updated their cover photo.
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Marlborough Community Coalition
Our good friends at Bridging The Gap have two positions available in their Green Stewards Program! The program is a meaningful, supportive workforce development program for people re-entering the workforce and/or for people interested in receiving training in the expanding field of green infrastructure plant maintenance. The Green Stewards maintain the rain gardens along the streets and sidewalks in Marlborough – so your work even beautifies your own neighborhood and helps to improve water quality! Click below for detailed information.
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