Creative Communities Funding
The Creative Communities Scheme is a relationship between Creative NZ and local authorities and supports opportunities for New Zealanders to participate in the arts in their local community.
The Carterton Community Arts Council administers this scheme on behalf of the Carterton District.  Applications for the next funding round will close on Friday 27 November 2015.
Application forms and funding criteria are available from the Carterton District Council or by contacting Sandra Hayes on 06 379 4030 or can be downloaded below.
CCS Brochure
CCS Application Guide

CCS Application Form
CCS Project Completion Report Form

Carterton District Council Guidelines for UAV (drones) Over Council Reserves 
Due to the interest and increased use of UAV (drones)  Council has introduced guidelines for UAV (drones) over and within Council reserves. Please view here

Long Term Plan 2015–25

The Carterton District Council’s Long Term Plan 2015–2025 has been adopted and is now available here. The Long Term Plan is the Council’s key planning document. It sets out the short, medium, and long-term priorities of the Council and shows how the Council will contribute to its community outcomes. The Plan is also the annual plan for the 2015/16 financial year. This Plan replaces the 2012–2022 LTP, which was produced in 2012.

Pursuant to Section 80 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012, Masterton,
Carterton and South Wairarapa District Councils advise that they have adopted the
Provisional Wairarapa Local Alcohol Policy (LAP).  Please click here for more information
For More information about the appeals process is available here

Carterton Community Notice Board Requests
If you are a local organisation, club or group that have a notice you would like to share with the community on the electronic notice board located at Carrington Park Click here

Visiting Carterton

Planning on visiting the Carterton region or have family coming to visit and need somewhere to stay? The Carterton Holiday Park offers a park like setting with individual private sites. It is close to the shops, parks, swimming baths and the entrances to the Tararua ranges. The park offers 24 powered sites, numerous non-powered and tent sites. It also boasts 6 fully furnished, heated and carpeted self-contained units sleeping up to six people (bring your own bedding or hire from us) plus 4 budget cabins. The park also has well equipped communal facilities. Click here to find out more.....…..