A - Z council services and facilities

You can locate some of our facilities and services here.



Kāpiti Coast District Council operates four public cemeteries at Ōtaki, Waikanae and Paraparaumu, and maintains a small historic cemetery at Mackays Crossing. Enquiries and Bookings For all enquiries regarding cemeteries, contact our Sexton or Customer...

Changes to the Building Act

Build It Right - New Licensed Building Practitioners Scheme From 1 March 2012 , if you apply for a building consent you'll need to make sure all restricted building work is carried out or supervised by a licensed building practitioner (LBP). The Minist...

Citizenship Ceremonies

New Zealand citizenship ceremonies are held in Kāpiti several times a year.

Civil Defence | Emergency Management

All New Zealanders are now asked to be prepared to manage on their own - or as a family group - for the first three days after a disaster. It can simply take that long for help to arrive, so making preparations in advance can ensure self-sufficiency an...

Coastlands Aquatic Centre

SwimKāpiti Welcome to Coastlands Aquatic Centre, whether you're looking for exercise, recreation, swimming lessons or a nice cup of coffee, Coastlands Aquatic Centre can cater for you. Coastlands Aquatic Centre is a stunning new state of the art facili...

Code Compliance Certificate

A Code Compliance Certificate is issued when a job is finished and the Council is satisfied building and plumbing work under the consent complies with: the New Zealand Building Code at the time of issue of the building consent (for consents issued prio...

Community venues

The Kāpiti Coast District Council supplies and maintains a number of buildings for community use. These buildings provide suitable venues for residents to meet for leisure, recreation, sport, cultural, social, and educational activities.

Cycleways, Walkways and Bridleways

Our network of cycleways, walkways and bridleways is currently being reviewed as part of the Town Centres and Connectors Project to improve the way we get around Kāpiti. Te Ara o Whareroa - Queen Elizabeth Park Cycleway Te Ara o Whareroa  was officiall...