Spring is a great time to explore the parks and reserves in our region.
Currently we are consulting on the Proposed MDC Navigation Bylaw 2017.
The Follow-ME website keeps you up to date with what’s on in Marlborough as well as providing an event toolkit to help when planning your next event.
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 Council-held information by location: property, consents, refuse/recycling, planning and more
Floodwatch, irrigation status, graphs, river, rainfall, groundwater, bathing water and more
Are you prepared for an emergency?
The Marlborough Cruise Guide is an interactive guide to the Marlborough Sounds - get the app or visit the website.
See a list of Marlborough's parks and reserves. Search on a keyword, for example 'playground', to see a list of reserves with playgrounds.
Information for those affected by the Kaikoura earthquake.
As part of the next stage of the Boulevard Park on Taylor Subdivision, some trees are being removed and public access will be restricted while the work is being done.
Boil water notice for Awatere and Seddon drinking water.
Read the draft bylaws and have your say on the changes being proposed. Submissions close 5.00 pm 31 October 2017.
A daily bus service between Blenheim and Renwick is being explored by the Council as it reviews the Blenheim Bus contract for 2018.
Council is advising people fishing for the delicacy in the urban Ōpaoa (Opawa) River in Blenheim to thoroughly wash their catch in fresh water, due to raised E. coli levels in the river.
Malayan Veterans’ Day and the 77th Battle of Britain Anniversary and a commemoration of all New Zealand's airmen who served in the Second World War.
Marlborough Repertory Society creates and fosters community theatre in Marlborough.
A street parade in Picton and a welcome for Emirates Team New Zealand members bringing the trophy to the South Island will be held in Picton next month.
We’re considering extending the Blenheim bus service so Renwick residents can take the bus into town from next year.