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.
Toxic Algae Toxic algae can be prolific in summer. Learn to recognise and avoid this algae in our rivers.
The Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan sets out what people can do on their land and how it may be developed.
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
The next Second-Hand Sunday is Sunday 11 February 2018. Registrations close 1.00 pm Friday 9 Feburary.
Shows the known distribution and information about different pest plants in Marlborough
See what Council is currently consulting on.
Are you prepared for an emergency?
(U170942) - Marlborough District Council, 62 Queen Charlotte Drive, Havelock. Submissions close Monday 19 February 2018.
(U171042) - AgCulture Limited, Te Rou Road, Northbank. Submissions close Monday 19 February 2018.
(U170994) - Aroma Aquaculture Limited, Catherine Cove, Rangitoto ki te Tonga/D’Urville Island. Submissions close Friday 16 February 2018.
Taylor River Reserve path between Beaver Road and High Street bridge will be closed for up to a month during daylight hours.
Marlborough District Council has approved the appointment of chartered accountant Alexandra Barton to the boards of MDC Holdings Ltd and Marlborough Airport Ltd.
The New Year has seen work start at the new Seddon water treatment plant, after years of consultation and discussion with the Seddon and Awatere communities.
The Women’s Refuge and Sexual Assault Resource Centre provides advocacy, support, information and referral to women and children.
Did you know ... Moth Plant is a declared total control pest in Marlborough?
The Harbourmaster’s patrol vessels are back on the water this summer to promote safe boating and compliance with navigation bylaws.