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Have your say

As we go from developing ideas to making decisions there are plenty of opportunities to have your say.

We’re always keen to hear your views!

We want to make it easy for you to have your say, so there are different ways you can give us your feedback. Feel free to make comments or submissions or on any or all of the topics we're consulting on.

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Current topics and consultations

Kāpiti Speed Limits Review

A project has begun to review the speed limits on roads across Kāpiti and on some of the roads we share with other regional Councils (i.e Horowhenua, Upper Hutt, Porirua). You can have your say on these proposals through our online survey. The survey i...

Kāpiti 2038

Our long term plans are a road map for the next twenty years. By getting clear on what we value, and reflecting that in our plans, we’ll be able to make the difficult choices we need to about where to focus our resources and activities in the coming years.

Greater Wellington

Greater Wellington seeks public input on a number of issues and documents throughout the year. Some may be specific (eg. proposed changes to a regional park management plan) or it may be about the future of the whole region. The information you provide...

Leases on reserves

We administer a number of lease agreements on reserve land and in some cases, we're required to publicly notify the lease proposals. The purpose of this page is to notify our intent to enter into the following leases.

Ways to provide your feedback

Details of how to provide feedback are on each consultation page. For formal consultations you can generally choose any of these options:

Pick up a submission form from our service centres or council office, or download one from our website, then:

We look forward to hearing from you.


Please note that submissions (including names and contact details) may be publicly available at the Kāpiti Coast District Council offices and public libraries. A summary of submissions including the name of the submitter may also be publicly available and posted on our website.

Personal information may be used for administration relating to the subject matter of the submissions, including notifying submitters of subsequent steps and decisions. Information may be held by the Kāpiti Coast District Council, with submitters having the right to access and correct personal information.

Feedback opportunities coming up soon:

Making the most of the opportunities the Expressway presents

Making Kāpiti safe and enjoyable for all, now and into the future

Establishing community and recreational facilities to make the most of living in Kāpiti

Making priority choices across all our work, for the coming year - and the next 20 years.