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Everything Kāpiti
Your weekly update from the Kāpiti Coast District Council
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Your weekly update from the Kāpiti Coast District Council
Ngā Pitopito kōrero mai i te Kaunihera o Kāpiti

Kia ora Kāpiti

Welcome to your weekly update from the team at the Kāpiti Coast District Council. We look forward to sharing news with you each week.

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Keep expressing yourself Kāpiti!

Thousands took the opportunity to engage with us at the Kāpiti Coast ExpressDay! We loved seeing so many Kāpiti folk and visitors visit the Council marquees at Te Roto Drive in Paraparumu and Te Moana Road in Waikanae. People really embraced the opportunity to talk with members of our team! Good news, it's not a one-off. We’re after more input from our communities to help shape our work and give us feedback on how we’re doing - sign up for our Express yourself forum to continue shaping future Kāpiti.

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Rebuild gets going

Ōtaki Pool will be closed for 8 months to undergo a $5.4m redevelopment. The pool's closing this Friday for the upgrade, which includes the pool hall being rebuilt, access into the building improved, a ramp added to the main pool and the filtration systems between the toddlers and main pool will be separated.

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Spark up!

SparkPlugs are coming to the Kāpiti Coast! We're partnering with Spark to extend electric vehicle chargers, or SparkPlugs, to phone boxes in the district. The new chargers will be free to use for the first 12 months with five plugs being installed in Waikanae, Paraparaumu Beach, Raumati Beach and Paekākāriki.

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Paekākāriki seawall

The Paekākāriki seawall replacement project is progressing well, with residents checking out the design and artists impressions at a recent community meeting. The seawall's expected to be completed by mid-2019 and will be a combination of concrete, timber and rock with a walk/cycleway along the top.

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Ōtaki Memorial Hall

A detailed assessment of Ōtaki Memorial Hall has confirmed it's earthquake prone. There's signs on the building letting people know. Being assessed as earthquake prone doesn't prevent people from using or occupying the building, but we want you to know any earthquake risk if you're entering or close to it.

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Rates instalments due soon

By now ratepayers may have received invoices for their third rates instalment, which is due for payment by 6 March. There are plenty of ways to pay, including direct debit, internet banking, credit card, or in person at Council service centres or NZ Post or Westpac branches. 

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Creative communities scheme applications closing soon

Feeling creative and wanting some help to flourishing in our culturally diverse community? We're accepting applications for Creative New Zealand funding for Creative Communities Scheme up until Friday. Projects may be large, complex and involving many people or they can be smaller-scale projects involving just a few individuals. We're committed to supporting opportunities for Kāpiti folk to engage in the arts whatever their circumstances.

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Raumati Road

Improvements to Raumati Rd at the Hillcrest Rd and Goldsborough Ave intersection are in full swing! Work's expected to be done in June with improvements at the Weka Rd triangle and the Matai Rd T-junction starting later this year.

Kāpiti Coast District Council
Private Bag 60601
Paraparaumu 5254
04 296 4700 | 0800 486 486
kapiti.council@kapiticoast.govt.nz
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