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New district park to open with expansive amenities for ‘Ewa community

NEWS RELEASE

MAYOR KIRK CALDWELL

COUNCILMEMBER KYMBERLY MARCOS PINE

CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

‘EWA BEACH – The ‘Ewa community will soon be able to enjoy 18.75 acres of open park space furnished with amenities and improvements including athletic courts and a baseball field ready for use.

 

A park dedication ceremony will be held on Monday, December 15, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at the long awaited new District Park in ‘Ewa at the corner of Keone‘ula Boulevard and Ft. Weaver Road.  The park’s official address is 91-201 Kaimele Place.

District Park in Ewa Arial View

 

Over ten years in the making, the park will open with improvements including basketball courts, volleyball courts, a baseball field, comfort station, and a parking lot with over one hundred stalls.

 

The improvements were gifted to the city by developer Haseko totaling over $5 million dollars. “We are very happy to give this beautiful park to the community to enjoy for years to come,” said Haseko President Tom Sagawa.

 

“I am very excited to see the families in our community enjoy this much needed and anticipated new park,” said Councilmember Kymberly Pine. “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,” and added, “The park will impact our community for years to come.”

 

“This new park is a great example of a public private partnership benefitting O‘ahu residents. With millions of dollars of improvements by Haseko, the developer of homes in the area, and with the assistance of the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation, we are pleased to open this new park that ‘Ewa families will enjoy for years to come. I thank Councilmember Kymberly Pine for bringing this project to the finish line so we are able to open the park now.”

 

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.


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Councilmember Pine represents residents of District One (Ewa, Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Honokai Hale, Ko Olina, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, Makaha, Keaau, Makua). More information at http://www.councilmemberpine.com/

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Click here for directions to the park. Note that the Google satellite image shows the park under construction, and it is now completed. Current photos are attached. The park has not yet been officially named.

 

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