Useful information on Council facilities for those visiting Marlborough this summer, including responsible camping.
The Marlborough District was revalued by Quotable Value on 15 August 2020. These values will apply from the 2021-2022 rating year.
Have your say on: PMEP aquaculture provisions and the sports facilities strategic plan 2021-2031.
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
Variation 1: Marine Farming and Variation 1A: Finfish Farming are now open for public submissions.
See the Appeals Version of the Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan.
Find out more about emergency management
The Economic Action Marlborough (TEAM) group has brought together Council and representatives from industry, support agencies and central government.
A yellow special mark with light has been deployed in Waitata Reach mid channel between Post Office Point and Keep Clear Rock to indicate the location of scientific instruments.
Public Notice for Renewal of On Licence - BYO at Zone B, 91 Weld Street Blenheim, Marlborough District known as Four Seasons Shanghai Restaurant.
With the summer season upon us, it’s important that accommodation and hospitality providers think about being prepared for an emergency.
Variation 1: Marine Farming and Variation 1A: Finfish Farming are now open for public submissions. Submissions close 5.00 pm on Friday 26 February 2021.
A draft of the Sports Facilities Strategic Plan 2021-2031 is now available for public submissions. Submissions close 5.00 pm 29 January 2021.
A busy year looms for Marlborough’s TEAM (The Economic Action Marlborough) Group which will reconvene at the beginning of February to consider its key focus areas for 2021.
A project to extend the life of Renwick’s watermain by 100 years is continuing with work getting underway again on 25 January.
Mayor John Leggett welcomes new Crown funding to start turning plans into action for restoring the health of the Te Hoiere/Pelorus catchment.
The final whistle blows soon on public consultation for the Council’s Draft Sports Facilities Strategic Plan.
An aviation theme at a Blenheim playground has local children taking to the skies while not leaving the ground.
Let’s keep glass recycling clean - that’s the message from Council’s Solid Waste Manager Alec McNeil