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February

Hark! Funding for creative art projects available again
24 February 2023
Hark! Funding for creative art projects available again
Calling Kāpiti creatives!    Kāpiti Coast District Council is pleased to announce the Creative Communities Scheme will open for applications on Tuesday, 28 February.   In this round of the...
Independent chairperson sought for Kāpiti Coast Airport Noise Community Liaison Group
23 February 2023
Independent chairperson sought for Kāpiti Coast Airport Noise Community Liaison Group
Kāpiti Coast Airport Holdings Ltd and the Kāpiti Coast District Council invite applications for the position of independent chairperson of the Kāpiti Coast Airport Noise Community Liaison Group. The...
Council calls additional meeting
22 February 2023
Council calls additional meeting
Kāpiti Coast District Council will be holding an Additional Council Meeting on Thursday 2 March to discuss the future of the Te Uruhi (Kāpiti Gateway) project at Maclean Park, Paraparaumu. Agenda...
Opinion: Local government a key part of the resource management system
22 February 2023
Opinion: Local government a key part of the resource management system
Mayor Janet Holborow There’s no doubt that New Zealand’s natural environment is under significant pressure. Across the country, water quality and biodiversity are in decline, climate change is...
Over the Fence Cuppa events to connect communities
21 February 2023
Over the Fence Cuppa events to connect communities
Kāpiti Coast District Council are calling for community-minded people to run Over the Fence Cuppa events for their neighbourhood or street to help grow connected communities. Kāpiti Coast mayor Janet...
Annual Plan 2023/24 workshop recap
20 February 2023
Annual Plan 2023/24 workshop recap
Last week we held our first Annual Plan 2023/24 workshop with elected members. Annual plans are how we deliver our long-term plans. They identify our activities, the resources to deliver them and...
How you can help those affected by Cyclone Gabrielle
16 February 2023
How you can help those affected by Cyclone Gabrielle
It's been heartening to see Aotearoa New Zealand rally around the communities most impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle – and our people here on the Kāpiti Coast are no exception. Ka mau te wehi! Regions...
Potential avian botulism cases found in birds at reserve in Waikanae Beach
03 February 2023
Potential avian botulism cases found in birds at reserve in Waikanae Beach
Signs of avian botulism, a disease that causes paralysis and death in birds, have been identified in multiple dead and dying ducks found at Waikanae Beach’s Pharazyn Reserve today. Kāpiti Coast...
Arts and heritage funds to boost cultural sector
03 February 2023
Arts and heritage funds to boost cultural sector
Two new development funds to support the Kāpiti arts and heritage scenes are now open for applications.  Kāpiti Coast District Council has created the Museums and Heritage Development Fund ($30,000...
Building inspectors head north to support the recovery effort
02 February 2023
Building inspectors head north to support the recovery effort
The Kāpiti Coast District Council building team is doing their bit to support the mammoth recovery effort in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland by sending staff to support the rapid building assessment...
Kāpiti Coast community wellbeing $5.26 million better off
02 February 2023
Kāpiti Coast community wellbeing $5.26 million better off
Kāpiti Coast District Council has secured $5.26 million Better Off funding, as part of government’s investment to support councils to transition to the Three Waters Water Service Entities on 1 July...