Information relating to the recent weather event in Marlborough
The 2022 Pre-Election Report provides information to voters and candidates, to encourage well-informed discussion on the issues facing Council
Information about the August 2022 Storm Event.
Council is currently asking for further submissions on the draft Responsible Camping Bylaw 2022.
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
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See the Appeals Version of the Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan.
Find out more about emergency management
The Government is considering how best to regulate and deliver the country’s three water services - drinking water, wastewater and stormwater.
Public notice for the renewal of an Off Licence in respect of the premises situated at 36 Percy Street Blenheim, Marlborough District known as Makers And Providers Limited.
Public Notice for On and Off Licences in respect of the premises at 2692 State Highway 63 Wairau Valley, Marlborough District known as Wairau Valley Tavern. Objections close Monday 17 October 2022.
On Sunday 6 November 2022 the following roads are proposed to be closed to ordinary vehicle traffic for the purposes of Marlborough Car Club Sprint Races:
Further submissions on the draft Responsible Camping Bylaw 2022 are being sought.
Council’s Harbours team put their training to the test at the weekend as they responded to an oil spill in Havelock Marina.
Marlborough Mayor John Leggett today extended the local transition period from the region’s state of emergency caused by the August 2022 storm event for a further 28 days.
Council is calling for further submissions on eight new freedom camping sites and areas across Marlborough.
Yesterday marked the last Council meeting for this electoral term, and with that came a final farewell to several councillors who are not standing for re-election.
Picton’s David Oddie was persuaded to stand for Council in 2010 due to growing frustration with the degradation of the Marlborough Sounds’ waterways.
The 150th anniversary of Marlborough and the completion of the ASB Theatre are highlights for Councillor Jenny Andrews.