Marlborough District Council's Customer Service Centres at 15 Seymour Street, Blenheim and 67 High Street, Picton, are the first point of contact for information about Council activities, services and facilities.
|All Enquiries (24 Hours)||03 520 7400|
|Facsimile||03 520 7496|
|Noise Control (24 Hours)||03 520 7400|
|Picton Service Centre and Library|
2 Dublin Street, Picton
|03 520 7493|
|Marlborough District Library (Blenheim)|
33 Arthur Street, Blenheim
|03 520 7491|
|Stadium and Swimming Pool||03 577 8300|
|Building Inspection Bookings||03 520 7405|
|Civil Defence Emergency Management||03 520 7490|
|Dog Control||03 520 9033|
|Marlborough Roads||03 520 8330|
|Resource Recovery Centre||03 577 9420|
|Rivers Information Line||03 520 7488|
|Harbourmaster enquiries||03 520 7400|
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Customer Service Centres
Marlborough District Council operates Customer Service Centres in Blenheim and Picton to handle all counter and telephone enquiries.
Customer Service Centres are staffed from 8.00 am-5.00 pm Monday to Friday in Blenheim; and 8.00 am-5.00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9.00 am-5.00 pm Wednesday in Picton. Outside these hours the main Council phone number is staffed 24 hours a day to handle urgent issues such as noise control.
A duty building officer is available by appointment only at Council's Blenheim office for enquiries related to building consent requirements. 15 minute appointments are available between 1.00 pm and 2.45 pm and 3.30 pm and 4.30 pm. Please ask one of our customer service team to arrange an appointment time. You will also need to complete the duty builder enquiry form. This will give the officer the details needed to research and respond to your question.
The Duty Planner Service is available for enquires related to resource consent requirements. Please refer to the information on the Duty Planner Service Information page for more details. Please complete a Duty Planner enquiry form; this will give the officer the details needed to research and respond to your question. If you are unable to complete this form please contact Customer Service for assistance.
Marlborough District Council
PO Box 443
Blenheim Customer Service Centre
15 Seymour Street (Seymour Square)
Picton Library and Service Centre
67 High Street
Mayor and Councillors
Marlborough District Council's elected Mayor and councillors can be contacted directly. Their contact details are in the Councillors section under Your Council.
Maataa Waka Enterprises undertakes Animal Control functions, including dog registration. Payments can be made at their offices at 56 Main Street.
If you wish to make a complaint about a dog nuisance, report a problem dog or you have found or lost a dog, please call Animal Control.
Remember, some dog owners may not be aware that their dog is creating a problem. Before making a complaint you may wish to read the dog behaviour information on our Dog Education page.
Library information can be found on the Marlborough Libraries website.
Direct Contact with Council Staff
It is best to make contact via the Council's Customer Service Centres. However, if a staff member provides you with her/his direct DDI phone number and/or e-mail address you can contact them directly.
Call today: 0800 777 181
New Zealand Relay Service
Customers who are Deaf, hearing impaired, Deafblind or speech impaired can choose to use the New Zealand Relay Service to contact us