Strategies help guide decision-making and set strategic goals for the growth and development of the town.
Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy
The Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy (ACH) supports our community to lead exciting projects, and facilitates opportunities for the community to connect, perform, create, and learn.
He Hiringa Tangata, He Hiringa Whenua - Wellbeing Strategy
He Hiringa Tangata, He Hiringa Whenua sets out the long-term strategic direction for the Masterton/Whakaoriori district across four development areas: social, cultural, environmental, and economic.
Masterton Cycling Strategy
The Cycling Strategy outlines the work that will make cycling in Masterton safer and more attractive.
Parks and Open Spaces Strategy
We want to ensure that everyone who lives in our District, or anyone visiting us, has easy access to our fantastic parks and open spaces.
The Wairarapa Rangatahi Development Strategy (WRDS) outlines the way councils will work together to improve and integrate their work for rangatahi and young people.
Town Centre Strategy
The Masterton Town Centre Strategy was adopted by Council in August 2018 to bring our community together and create spaces that facilitate connection.
Te Hōkai Nuku Wairarapa Region Positive Ageing Strategy
The Wairarapa Region Positive Ageing Strategy was developed to prepare for the region’s ageing community and help them lead valued, connected and fulfilling lives.
Wairarapa Economic Development Strategy
Wairarapa Economic Development Strategy (WEDS) was developed to maintain momentum in the region’s economy and plan for a future that allows for growth.