Waianae Connections Flyer v2

I would like extend a warm mahalo to residents that recently came out to attend Pili O Waianae Po’e— A Waianae Community Connections Meeting on March 30, 2016 at the Kamehameha Schools Community Learning Center at Mā‘ili.

With nearly 70 attendees representing local businesses, civic groups, and community organizations throughout our Waianae neighborhoods, the event was a success.  Following a beautiful pule and introduction from former City Council Chair John DeSoto, residents got the chance to receive an update on City and State projects, transportation, parks, affordable housing, and cultural sustainability for the Waianae Coast. Residents also got the chance to network and meet other residents in the Waianae area!


Legislative Update –  Senator Maile Shimabukuro

Transportation Update –  Senator Maile Shimabukuro

Pili o Waianae Poe –  Councilmember Kymberly Marcos Pine

An update on Councilmember Pine’s ongoing initiatives to connect Leeward Coast residents with City’s resources, so we can continue to grow as a community. Priorities include funding long-requested City improvements, revitalizing parks and preserving open spaces, supporting public safety and homeless solutions, expanding transportation options, and creating opportunities for cultural enrichment.


Waianae Budget Project Handout

Learn what’s happening in our City’s CIP Budget and what projects are being worked on in Waianae

Waianae Adopt a Park Handout

Want to get involved with Adopt-A-Park?  Learn more here.

Photo Gallery of Pilo O Waianae Poe

March 30, 2016