Kāpiti Coast District Council is the territorial authority for its area. It employs approximately 261 staff and is responsible for water and waste water, local roads (including streetlighting), parks, leisure facilities, community facilities, stormwater management and performing statutory duties such as compliance and development management. Council manages the direction and wellbeing of the district through its democratic and strategic planning functions. Council is committed to the principle of sustainable development, including protecting the environment, and seeks to manage and reduce its carbon footprint as part of this.


  • Toitū carbonreduce certified organisation

Contact details

175 Rimu Road Private Bag 60601 Paraparaumu 5254, NZ

Phone: +64 4 296 4700

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Kapiti Coast District Council: a CEMARS case study