When required, the Kāpiti Coast District Council undertakes, or is supplied with, reports and surveys on the district and its environment.
The reports below vary from reporting on the performance of Kāpiti Coast District Council through to management of the environment.
The Annual Report comments on the performance measures for delivering on Council activities contained in the Long Term Plan or the Annual Plan, dependent upon which document was in place for the previous financial year.
Amendments to the Local Government Act 2002 introduced a new requirement for the Chief Executive to prepare a Pre-Election Report providing information for the community and prospective candidates to use during the election process.
The Pre-Election Report brings together information previously published in Council's Long Term Plan, Annual Plans, Annual Reports and associated summaries. It provides information to promote public discussion about the issues facing Council and is intended to enable a better informed election debate.
Latest report: 2016 Pre-election Report
Previous report: 2013 Pre-election Report
The reviews below look at the performance of Kāpiti Coast District Council from independent organisations.
The surveys below were commissioned by Kāpiti Coast District Council.
It is important for us to know how residents feel about our performance over a range of services and activities.
The results of our survey are a key part of how we assess our performance at the Council. Targets are set in many areas through our long term and annual planning process and results form part of our annual report each year.
Independent research company Research First conducts our residents' survey with a statistically representative sample Kāpiti residents to establish levels of satisfaction with a selection of council’s services and activities. Research First carries out similar surveys for other local authorities in New Zealand.
Our latest survey:
The 2017 residents' opinion survey shows satisfaction of local residents with the Kapiti Coast District Council’s performance is continuing to improve.
Key results from our survey include:
* Our survey uses adjusted satisfaction scores. This is the percentage of people that are either satisfied or very satisfied as a proportion of those that expressed a clear opinion on the question. People who responded that they didn’t know or are neither satisfied nor dissatisfied are not included in this measure. Full details of all responses are in the Resident Satisfaction Survey document.