Submissions on the 2019-20 Annual Plan Update closed 5.00 pm 6 May 2019. Hearings are scheduled for 4-6 June 2019.
Find out about adding the cost of solar power installation to your rates.
Current consultations: proposed changes to RMA and Building Act fees; Annual Plan Update.
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
Fire and Emergency New Zealand is responsible for all urban and rural fire seasons. See Check It's Alright for current fire season information.
Are you prepared for an emergency?
Information and data from trial meters in households in Renwick and Havelock.
The Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan sets out what people can do on their land and how it may be developed.
Public Notice for Renewal of Off Licence at 487 Middle Renwick Road Fairhall, Marlborough District known as Caythorpe Farm Limited.
Interested parties are invited to register their interest and submit information and pricing on willow-leaved hakea and woolly nightshade control on Rangitoto ki te Tonga/d’Urville Island.
(U190226) Publicly Notified Resource Consent Application
Submissions close 5.00 pm 28 June 2019.
Seddon’s Awatere Community Memorial Hall is set for a revamp so it can once again become a multi-use community hub, fit-for-purpose and available for all community groups.
Three new playgrounds are under construction, reflecting the Council’s commitment to improved facilities for children
The new Marlborough Volunteer Community Awards are a partnership between Volunteer Marlborough and Marlborough District Council.
Looking for an excuse to let your hair down with your girlfriends for a couple of hours?
Over a hundred submissions were received on the Council’s 2019-20 Annual Plan, covering a wide variety of issues.
Seddon’s Awatere Community Memorial Hall had been looking a bit worse for wear, having served the Awatere East Coast community well for nearly 40 years.