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.