Dedication held for new Ewa community park

“Ewa families can now enjoy a community park that’s been more than a decade in the making.”

City officials and community members dedicated the new district park Monday morning,

located at 91-201 Kaimele Place at the corner of Keoneula Boulevard and Fort Weaver Road.

The 18.75-acre space is filled with amenities, including basketball courts, volleyball courts, a baseball field, comfort station and a parking lot with more than a hundred stalls.

“I am very excited to see the families in our community enjoy this much needed and anticipated new park,” said Honolulu City Council member Kymberly Pine, who represents the district. “Our children are able to have their little league practice and play games immediately in the park because of the generous giving of our community partner… The park will impact our community for years to come.”

 

“I am very excited to see the families in our community enjoy this much needed and anticipated new park,” said Honolulu City Council member Kymberly Pine, who represents the district. “Our children are able to have their little league practice and play games immediately in the park because of the generous giving of our community partner… The park will impact our community for years to come.”

The improvements were gifted to the city by developer Haseko totaling over $5 million.

The opening of the new park comes at a critical time for the Ewa Community.

The James Campbell High School athletic field will close for repairs this month. With a shortage of playing fields in the area, athletic programs were scrambling to find a place to hold practice had the park not opened this month.

The park has not yet been officially named.

KHON2 News Article

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