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We are currently in Alert Level 2.

For an update on the council buildings and facilities which will be operating from Thursday 14 May, click here

Retail, cafés, restaurants and gyms can reopen from 14 May, but social distancing and strict health and safety protocols will apply.

On Thursday 21 May, bars can reopen but strict rules apply. For more information on level 2 click here

Our council COVID-19 page has other important information here

These rules still apply

Wash your hands often with soap. Then dry them. Cough and sneeze into your elbow.

If you are sick, stay at home and quickly seek advice from your GP, or Healthline about getting a test.
There is no stigma to COVID-19. We will only be successful if everyone is willing to play their part in finding it wherever it is

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Community Grants Funding now open

Community Grants Funding now open

Applications are open to community organisations for funding to support charitable, cultural, philanthropic, recreational and other activities that are beneficial to the Carterton community. Two funds are available: The Local Community Grants Fund is to support local...

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Tomorrow the Infrastructure and Services Committee & Policy and Strategy Committees will be meeting.

You can find the agendas to both meetings here

We will also live stream the meetings through our Facebook page.
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Carterton’s Small Business Grant Fund will be open for applications next month.

The Carterton Small Business Grant Fund was designed to help our small local businesses recover from the economic effects of COVID-19.

From 1 June, small-sized, locally owned and operated businesses in Carterton will be able submit an application to the fund, giving them the opportunity to tell their story of how COVID-19 has affected them and how the grant will help keep their business going.

The fund was generously set up by Carterton District Council’s Chief Executive Jane Davis, who decided to give up 10% of her salary for the next year towards the fund.

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