Marlborough is at the Orange level of the COVID-19 Protection
Framework (the traffic light system). See information relating to Council services under this alert level.
Have your say on whether the Council should raise a loan to finance Port Marlborough's share of the Waitohi Picton Ferry Precinct Redevelopment.
Links to general recovery information, including the Mayoral Relief Fund, following the recent storm event.
Council is currently consulting on: draft Responsible Camping Bylaw 2022; Waitohi Picton Ferry Precinct Redevelopment Financing Consultation
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.
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.
The Queen Charlotte Yacht Club is holding sailing races north of the Wedge.
Public Notice for the renewal of the On Licence and Off Licence in respect of the premises situated at 54 Main Road Havelock Marlborough District known as Havelock Hotel.
Public Notice for Renewal of Club Licence at 1260 Rapaura Road Spring Creek Marlborough District known as Moutere Rugby Football Club. Objections close Thursday 10 February 2022.
Submissions close 5.00 pm Friday 4 February 2022.
Marlborough District Council has commissioned a survey (through First Research) to investigate what is important to Blenheim households when choosing a place to live.
Submissions close 5.00 pm Monday 31 January.
Every two years the Marlborough District Council takes the ‘temperature’ of the central business district in Blenheim and Picton.
Marlborough District Council is asking Picton and Waikawa residents to limit the use of water sprinklers to alternate days until further notice.
New Zealanders love a road trip but if you’re planning to visit Marlborough on one this summer, it’s important to check the status of the roads where you intend to go.
Over the summer months, you may notice a different taste to your drinking water if you live in Picton. Residents should not be concerned - this is normal and the water is completely safe to drink.
Marlborough Sounds’ residents had an opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives from the Council and Marlborough Roads Recovery Team last week.
Planning to go to your favourite beach or river for a swim this summer?