Entrepreneurship has been considered mostly in terms of individuals who are defined as "people who specialize in taking responsibility for and making judgmental decisions about the coordination of scarce resources in economic process". On the other hand, more than economic actors some entrepreneurs appear as social representatives who are defined as social or community entrepreneurs. They consider the development of the community as their main personal goal and possess an innovative idea for social change. In local sustainable development concern, community entrepreneurs appear as crucial actors who act as leaders to motivate groups and individuals to voice their demands and interests, and to achieve the goals of sustainable development at the local level. In this paper the experience of community entrepreneurship in the form of collaborative actions of local authorities, local volunteers, special women groups and university members related with Local Agenda 21 (LA21) formation in Dzmir-Karaburun Peninsula is being explored.