Kakaako Mauka Area Rule Amendments

Kakaako Mauka Area Rule Amendments

The Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA) was established by the Hawaii State Legislature in 1976 to plan and redevelop Kakaako and other areas of the state that are in need of renewal, renovation, or improvement.

HCDA’s plan and rules provide a framework for planning and development within the Kakaako community development district. The Kakaako Mauka area plan and rules were first adopted in 1982. The next major repeal and replacement of the Mauka area plan and rules came in 2011.

After nearly a decade, the HCDA is embarking on a process of evaluating enhancements to the Mauka Area Rules and possibly amending several of these Rules. Based on a framework of community engagement, HCDA Staff will make recommendations on the possible amendments to the Mauka Area Rules. The goals of the enhancements are to improve the development of a vibrant and resilient Kakaako Community Development District.

Community Engagement Invited

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Thursday, December 2nd
5:30 pm via ZOOM

On December 2, a virtual meeting was held with an informative discussion on the current Kaka‘ako Mauka Area Rules − Ch.15-217, Hawaii Administrative Rules −and the opportunities in which they may be enhanced to better serve Kaka‘ako and its surrounding communities.

If you were unable to participate but would like to provide input, we are also accepting written comments. Please email your comments to:  CHAPTER.217.MAR@gmail.com

 

Dec 2 Presentation

2011 Mauka Area Plan
2011 Mauka Area Rules