Find out about Council services affected by the COVID-19 event including closures, how to contact us, public transport, and refuse and recycling; useful links for individuals and businesses; welfare information; and latest updates.
Marlborough District Council information on Council services during the COVID-19 event.
Council is currently consulting on: Annual Plan Update; Specialist Change Facilities Policy; Tree Policy.
Official site for New Zealand information about COVID-19 - latest updates, help available for individuals and businesses, and how to stay safe.
Online access to Marlborough's property, building and resource consent files
Search for rates information for properties in Marlborough
Search burial records of MDC-administered cemeteries
Search information by location: property, consents, refuse/recycling, planning, biosecurity and more
Floodwatch, irrigation status, graphs, river, rainfall, groundwater, bathing water and other data
2020-21 Annual Plan Update - submissions close 5.00 pm 4 May.
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Find out more about emergency management
Read decisions on the Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan.
(U200230) Simon David O’Grady at Snake Point, Bay of Many Coves, Queen Charlotte Sound. Submissions close Monday 4 May 2020
(U200237) Talleys Group Limited at Deep Bight, Port Underwood. Submissions close Friday 1 May 2020.
(U200244) Talleys Group Limited at Jerdans Bay, Port Underwood. Submissions close Friday 1 May 2020.
The submission period closes at 5.00 pm on 4 May 2020.
Please provide feedback by 5.00 pm on Thursday 30 April 2020.
Marlborough District Libraries may be closed but there are thousands of ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers and more for Marlburians to access online.
Mayor John Leggett welcomed councillors’ support today for a range of measures to help Marlborough get through the COVID-19 crisis, outlined in its Annual Plan Update 2020-21.
Whether you’ve got two legs or four, if you’re out exercising with your family, all members, including your dog, need to stay in your ‘bubble’.
Following a spate of cooler temperatures and some rain, the upper tracks of the Wither Hills Farm Park have been reopened. Mountain bike parks, public toilets and playgrounds are closed.
Kerbside collections that fall on a public holiday will now be picked up on that public holiday, not an alternative day as previously occurred.
Please do not drop off any items to your local op shop during the current lockdown.