Kāpiti Coast District Council is responsible for supplying safe water to approximately 20,000 connections for household and commercial water use in the District.
Our water is sourced from various locations around the district and council is responsible for the management and maintenance of its assets such as treatment plants, reservoirs, pump stations and the reticulation network.
Watch our video 'Household Water - water use and savings' on YouTube to see how to read your meter and manage water use around your home.
We work with our communities to ensure people in the district have reliable access to clean water, now and in the future.
The water supply on the Kāpiti Coast is being secured for future generations. View information about the water supply project, including the river recharge scheme here.
This page contains information about potable water sources and consumption rates, what to do if you have a water leak and water meters.
This page includes information on the water retrofit service, water conservation advisor and water conservation tips
This page contains information on the water education units for schools and a short film for students about "Our safe drinking water"
In addition to Council-operated water supplies, there are many hundreds of private bores throughout the district. View information about the process for installing a private water bore here. Raumati, Paraparaumu and Waikanae water supply The Waikanae...
All you need to know about water supply application forms, links to council guides, policy documents and a list of water-related online resources.
Annual reporting by Council on the Waikanae River Recharge Scheme is a requirement of resource consents issued by Greater Wellington Regional Council on 7 October 2013. The relevant consents are WGN130103 ,  and . The period of...
This page contains answers to frequently asked questions relating to the supply of potable water. Water charges | Cross lease properties | Water leaks | Water meters | Water Conservation | New water service | No water | Low water pressure | Supply o...