The Blizzard of 2013 dropped roughly a foot of snow on the area and it simply takes time to clear that amount of snow, say officials.
"We are going to be spending all week pushing back the streets," said Marlborough General Foreman of Streets Kenneth Calder.
The snow fell at a steady clip throughout the night, prompting a massive dig out Saturday. That dig out will continue for the Department of Public Works all this week, said Calder.
Residents will need to be patient as the clean up continues, he said. However, he urged residents to clear storm drains in their neighborhoods.
"They are talking the possibility of rain on Tuesday," said Calder. "You'll have flooding everywhere if water can't get to the drains."