The Jackson Street Programme is an incorporated society set up in 1993. It promotes the street as a destination for shopping, eating out, professional services, commercial services and socialising. It also organises promotional and community events.
Its main source of funds is a targeted rate levied by the Hutt City Council on commercial ratepayers in the street. Every three years these businesses are polled to see whether they still support the rate. Funds also come from charitable donations and subscriptions paid by supporters and associate members.
Two part-time staff run the activities of the JSP from its office in the Historic Police Station, 274b Jackson Street, Petone.
The board of the JSP is elected at an annual general meeting held each spring.
Our Staff and Board
027 528 6799
Look at our plaques on some of our buildings, plaques along the Walk of Champions, and soak in our heritage as Petone is the home of NZ’s first English settlers and NZ’s first planned settlement! We have events planned all of September – NZ’s Heritage Month…… Read More
The JSP office is open Monday-Friday generally 9am-3pm but hours may vary: Historic Police Station, 274b Jackson Street, Petone (phone: (04) 939 2811).
OLD JAIL MUSEUM:
Is behind the JSP office, and is open during JSP office times.
The JSP office also operates a small Visitor Information Point, so pop-in – we’d love to see you!