Innovation, partnerships and a commitment by the Council to build a stronger Coromandel are keys to our vibrant district economy. On this page you'll find all you need to know about our district, our economy and our plans to create an even better environment to retain and attract more investors, holiday-home owners, families, retirees, visitors and businesses to the Coromandel. Council's Mission and Vision Our Council has established a very important mission and vision, which is driving positive momentum and opportunities in our district. Understand our direction here. Our Communities The Coromandel is home to over 50 diverse communities. Find out more about our district's communities and what they have to offer here. Communities have also developed Community Plans, which are being implemented in partnership with Council. Read the Community Plans here. Our 6 Visitor Information Centres and Destination Coromandel (our regional tourism organisation) are also great places to find out more information about our settlements and communities. Statistics, demographics and our investment profile Government Business Growth Agenda - Regional Analysis Coromandel economic profile - Infometrics Growth Projections Waikato regional economic profile (Waikato Regional Council) Coromandel statistics Our Communities and Community Profile Our Peninsula - a district profile Coromandel Blueprint demographic statistics Coromandel Blueprint economic profile Statistics NZ information about the Coromandel and Waikato The Long Term Plan Our Long Term Plan is the document which sets out Council's vision, objectives and work programme for the next 10 years, with a detailed focus on the first three years. The Long Term Plan is redrawn every three years. It has a major focus on economic development projects and initiatives. Read more about it here. Find our about commitment to building world-class infrastructure here. Our District Plan The District Plan is a critical document to understand, it tells developers and landowners the sort of things that can be developed. Our Proposed District Plan was adopted in 2016. It reduces red tape and encourages sensible and sustainable development on the Coromandel.