The Carleton Place & District Chamber of Commerce supports local business and provides information and resources to the residents and visitors of our community.
The Carleton Place BIA promotes Downtown Carleton Place as a business and shopping area.
Dedicated to the preservation of the documents relating to the history of Lanark County.
United Way is committed to building a strong and healthy community for all. The United Way of Lanark County supports fifteen agencies that serve Lanark County and the Town of Carleton Place.
Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital (CPDMH) was opened in 1955 to serve the residents of Carleton Place and surrounding communities.
Carleton Place Public Library - Your Electronic Library on the Web
We hope to change the way our community looks upon its youth by organizing community events within our community and surrounding area.
New bus service to Ottawa.
The Mississippi Mudds is a Carleton Place community theatre group that aims to expand the skills of its members while having fun and entertaining local audiences. The "Mudds" were founded over 30 years ago.
Carleton Place Canoe Club information site
The Carleton Place Curling Club was first formed in 1886
The objective of the CPGHA is to foster and encourage girls hockey throughout the town of Carleton Place.
Carleton Place Soccer Club Inc. was formed in 1975
The Carleton Place Lions Club has served the community since receiving its Charter in 1963.
Mississippi Little League provides a full range of youth baseball programs in the Carleton Place and Almonte area. We are members of Ontario Little League District 8 the Ottawa Valley District.
Mississippi Squares is an active club for people who are looking for fun and fellowship. Newcomers are always welcome.
Carleton Place High School was founded in 1924 and serves the town of Carleton Place. It is a member of the Upper Canada District School Board.
Carleton Place CECCE French-language elementary school
NDCHS serves the communities of Carleton Place, Mississippi Mills, Beckwith Township and the surrounding areas. Students range from grades 7 to 12
The Victoria School Museum is the local town museum in Carleton Place. It has the local history and holds local artifacts.
The Town of Carleton Place Official web site.
Offering a glimpse into the history of Carleton Place over the last 160 years.
The Mill of Kintail Museum is a heritage building, collection, and a conservation site, on the Indian River in Lanark County, Eastern Ontario, Canada.