Take a guided tour online with our biodiversity specialist Rob Cross, and learn more about the natural highlights and history of the dunes of Kāpiti.
Park to Path is back for 2019! Registrations open now.
We've launched our summer #LoveMyPark series, packed full with great events at local parks for you and the whole crew.
Work's well underway to create a plaza with reading gardens, seating, and more places to socialise.
We’re running a pop-up library service in Mahara Place while we work on options for how we deliver our Waikanae services in 2019 and beyond.
We're proposing to reduce the speed limits of more than 60 roads across Kāpiti so they're more appropriate for the type of road. Consultation closes 18 March
In order to undertake your development, you may need to apply for both a building consent and a resource consent.
Read this week's e-newsletter and sign up to get the latest on council activities, upcoming events and opportunities to get involved.
Greater Wellington Regional Council is advising that toxic algae in the Ōtaki and Waikanae Rivers is elevated. Please click the link for more info.
We regularly monitor our beaches and rivers in partnership with GWRC. Find out more about local water quality and if it's safe to swim.
If you're looking for exercise, recreation or swimming lessons, look no further, come along to Kāpiti Coast Aquatics facilities!
Find out all you need to know about the Kāpiti Coast District Libraries.