Marble Hill is a fourth-class city in central Bollinger County in Southeast Missouri. Located at the intersection of State Highway 34 and State Highway 51, it is the largest city in Bollinger County and serves as the county seat. The population was 1,477 at the 2010 census.
In 1985 it was suggested that both towns of Marble Hill and Lutesville merge. Lutesville, which had been founded in 1869 and later became the main business and shipping center for the area, merged with Marble Hill and maintained the name of Marble Hill because it was the current county seat. The portion of Marble Hill that was the former city of Lutesville is the portion southwest of Crooked Creek. Crooked Creek has flooded the town on many occasions.
The Woodland R-IV School District serves the educational needs of most of the city's residents and nearby throughout central Bollinger County. According to the Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, there is one elementary school, one middle school, and one senior high school in the district.