Residents Association Vision Statement

Paremata – where community and environment are in harmony, protecting the best of what we have and embracing the best of what’s new.


Executive Committee 2018

The Paremata Residents Association Executive Committee manages the affairs of the Association on behalf of the residents and ratepayers in the Association's area. 

Current (2018/19) Committee members are:

        President             Tony Shaw

        Vice President      Russell Morrison

        Secretary            Judi Doornbos

        Treasurer            Francesse Middleton

        Members             Francesse Middleton

        Minute Secretary  Geoff Neill               

        Communications   Leina Isno    

        Members              Ray Baker-Underhill

                                   Ian Barlow                       

                                   Michael Black

                                   Maureen Gillon 

                                   Coralie Morrison

                                   Caroline Van Halderen 

Councillor Ross Leggett represents the Porirua City Council (PCC), and Councillor Jenny Brash represents the Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) at our Committee meetings. Both councillors provide regular liaison between those Councils and our Association.

The Executive Committee meets on the third Wednesday of each month at the Mana Cruising Club (upstairs) commencing at 7.15pm. Anybody is most welcome to attend those meetings.

If you wish to contact the Committee about any matter concerning the Association, click here (Contact Us).

Our Area

Our Area

Our village covers all households in the area shown on the map, bounded by Whitford Brown Avenue in the south, the Porirua Harbour in the west, Plimmerton and Camborne in the north, and Whitby and Ascot Park in the east.  Click on the map to enlarge.

The well-established and leafy residential areas, substantially surrounded by the harbour and the Pauatahanui Inlet and containing Aotea Lagoon, afford many residents stunning rural, hill, and water views.

The area has a busy central shopping centre in Mana that includes a supermarket, post office, restaurants and cafes, and extensive medical services.  It has substantial sporting facilities at Ngati Toa domain and features a large marina. The area also incorporates two primary schools, two kindergartens and four early childhood education centres.

It sits astride State Highway 1 and the southwestern end of SH58, and the North Island Main Trunk railway runs along its western boundary.  Train stations at Mana and Paremata serve passengers on the Kapiti sector of the Metlink regional rail services operating between Wellington and Waikanae.

Our Facebook Page

The Association also maintains a Facebook page, Paremata Residents Association, and we encourage you all to visit it and have your say on any local happenings, issues, or news.  This would be a good place to discuss any matters that the Association may be able to take action on to improve our Village.  We will visit it regularly, comment where appropriate, and most importantly, we’ll listen to what you have to say! 

Click here to go to our Facebook page

Neighbourly Website

Another Web site which could have good relevance in our Village is Neighbourly, a safe and secure community-oriented place to share information, place ads, make friends, and so on. 

Click here for more information.

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