Community Engagement and Partnerships

Last updated: 05 Mar, 2020 02:47pm

The Carterton District Council partners with many community organisations, and is committed to a community-led approach to developing community strengths and assets, and responding to issues that adversely affect the community.  The Council recognises that people are the most important asset in our community, and seeks to empower them to participate in building a resilient, healthy, safe community.

Community Engagement Groups

The Community Services Team regularly consults with Community Engagement Groups to seek advice and guidance, particularly on issues that affect minority groups such as youth, seniors, disabled persons, and Māori.  If you are interested in being part of a Community Engagement Group, please contact Gerry Brooking, Community Development Coordinator, Ph 06 379 4083 or email

Community Partners

The Council is assisted by many people and groups that volunteer their time, knowledge, and services to help build a wonderful community:

  • Keep Carterton Beautiful Group
  • Go Carterton
  • Carterton Lions
  • Carterton Rotary
  • Carterton Food Bank
  • Hurunui O Rangi Marae
  • Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi
  • Rangitāne Iwi
  • Rangatahi 2 Rangatira
  • Wai Art
  • Sport Wellington/Wairarapa
  • Wairarapa Bush Rugby
  • Mangatārere Restoration Society
  • Carterton Swimming Club
  • Neighbourhood Support
  • Resilient Carterton
  • Carterton Plunket
  • St Marys School
  • South End School
  • Carterton School
  • Destination Wairarapa
  • Enviroschools
  • Heart of Arts
  • Connecting Communities Wairarapa
  • Wairarapa Youth Council
  • Carterton Community Patrol
  • Youth in Education, Training and Employment (YETE)
  • St John
  • Red Cross
  • SPCA
  • District Community Hall volunteers
  • CDC Holiday Programme volunteers
  • Carterton Library volunteers
  • Joy for Generations

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