Aloha from HCDA!

The Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA) is a public entity created by the Hawaii State Legislature to establish community development plans in community development districts; determine community development programs; and cooperate with private enterprise and the various components of federal, state, and county governments to bring community development plans to fruition.  The Authority’s work should result in economic and social opportunities and aim to meet the highest needs and aspirations of Hawaii’s people.

What’s New

Concrete pours scheduled for the Ala Moana
Boulevard Elevated Pedestrian Walkway
Full closure of Ala Moana Boulevard cancelled for this week.
Roadwork has been rescheduled to May 21 and 22, also possibly, for May 24, from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. when all lanes will be closed.

New Community Volunteers Join HCDA Board

Hunt Parcel 10 Improvements

2024 Construction Update in Kaka’ako

Archaeology Solicitation Notice