The Napier City Council Community Profile provides city-wide and neighbourhood profiling to inform community groups, investors, business, students and the general public. It’s formatted to present data in simple, clear tables and charts with concise factual commentary.
Napier City Council Community Profile includes population statistics from the 2001, 2006 and 2013 Census of Population and Dwellings.
Napier City Council Community Profile provides city-wide and neighbourhood profiling to inform community groups, investors, business, students and the general public. To achieve this, the Profile is formatted to present population data in simple, clear tables and charts with concise factual commentary.
Understand our community
What are our characteristics?
How have we changed?
How do we compare to other areas?
The Pulse of Napier is a data dashboard that provides a huge range of Napier-specific social, economic and environmental measures in one dashboard.
The dashboard includes data such as housing affordability, housing deprivation, eftpos data, pedestrian and cycling activity, mental wellbeing, business resilience, crime rates and locations and benefit claimants. Information is sourced from several different public and private entities. The great majority of the data is already publicly available. All sources are listed in the relevant dashboards.
Community Advice provides support, information and resources to the local community, not for profit and voluntary sector in Napier.
Every two years NCC's Community Services team asks Napier citizens a series of questions to assess their current quality of life. The findings from this survey help us formulate policies and initiatives to enhance the social wellbeing of our community.
Learn more about - Napier Social Monitor Survey
The Napier City Socio-Demographic profile has been prepared for the Council by the National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis (NIDEA)to provide an overview of how our demography has changed over the last couple of decades primarily due to migration and ageing, how it is likely to change over the next 20 years, and the impacts this may have for future planning.
Some of the key findings of the study are:
Napier city offers a range of activities and opportunities for young people. Napier City Council encourages youth development in several ways including providing recreational facilities, leadership development, programmes, events and activities.
Developed over several years, the new Napier Youth Strategy was formally adopted in December 2018. It prioritises six objectives which build on the Youth Services Plan and have been further shaped by the Napier Youth Council.
Napier City Council supports several Youth Centre Pop-ups during the year. For a few days at a time, in a Napier suburb, we transform a trailer into a funky youth centre, a music studio, skating base, to a computer hub and everything in between. The pop-ups are facilitated by Zeal on our behalf, who employ local young people to run the project.
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