Wellington City Council is urging pedestrians to complain if they have issues with slippery footpaths.
The terracotta-coloured tiles line Wellington's Golden Mile, which runs from Courtenay Place to Manners Street, Willis Street and Lambton Quay.
When wet, the tiles can become slippery, and the council wants to hear from anyone with issues.
"A few people have raised the 'slippery tile' issue with us recently," council spokesperson Richard MacLean said.
"We've used tiles that are considered fit-for-purpose for pedestrians along the Golden Mile but when we become aware of any slippery footpaths, we do investigate."
The council has received nine complaints over the past three years about the slippery tiles in the CBD, but Mr MacLean said the council suspected more incidents have gone unreported.
If a number of complaints were to slide into the council, they would look to fix the issue.
"Various surface treatments can be applied in problematic areas to increase grip - this includes machine grinding, waterblasting or sandblasting or chemical treatment to roughen the surface."
Mr MacLean asked people to contact Wellington City Council and tell them about any incidents.