Mount Pleasant is the highest elevation in the eastern Port Hills in Christchurch, New Zealand. It once held a Māori pā, but there was little left of it when European settlers first arrived in the 1840s. The hill was first used as a sheep run, and is now home to a vibrant and friendly community with lots going on!

Mt Pleasant

Become a Member If you are new to the area or have only just discovered our website, the Association invites you to join us on any of the following levels. Become a financial supporter of the Association - only $30 or a household or $20 single person household.  A strong membership base is needed for us to do our job and is also a good sign that what we do is considered of value by the community. You can join by clicking here.  

 

Joining In If you'd like to join in community activities, there's lots of ways for you to get involved. Come along to one of our community groups, book in to one of the many classes or come and have a coffee at the Front Room Cafe and mingle with your neighbours. 

Volunteer in Your Community One great way to get involved is to volunteer and there's plenty of ways you can do that with us! 

Come along to our AGM Our most recent AGM was on March 24th, 2021 You can find the minutes here. Our most recent audited financial performance report is here

We regularly consult with our members and the Mt Pleasant Community to make sure we are aligning with the wishes of the community. You can see the results of our latest Community Consultation in July 2021  here (Powerpoint download).

Stay in the Loop The Resident's Association also publishes a hard copy newsletter called the Pleasant News that comes out three time per year. This is delivered to every letterbox in Mt Pleasant and there are extra copies available in the Centre.  You can download the latest copy from JULY 2021  here. (PDF)

E-News We also put out an e-newsletter every fortnight. You can sign up to get all the Mt Pleasant news that's fit to print in your inbox using the form below.