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.
Queen Street Waterline Replacement Work.
Howard Hughes Corporation is replacing a waterline on Queen street from Cooke to Cummins street. Work will commence in May 2021. For more information, click on the link or map above.
HCDA will have public hearings for the adoption of the Heeia Community Development District (CDD) Plan and Rules, Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 220. The proposed Heeia CDD Plan and Rules provide standards and guidelines for the development of culturally-appropriate agriculture, education, cultural practices as well as natural resource restoration and management.
HCDA is proposing to amend the 2018 Kakaako Reserved Housing Rules, Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 15-218, to allow for the payment of equity sharing without sale or transfer of the Reserved Housing unit.
Proposed Kakaako Reserved Housing Rules Amendment
Kamehameha Schools is requesting to amend its Kaiaulu o Kakaako Master Plan (Permit No. PL MASP 13.2.8), adopted on September 2, 2009, and previously amended on August 8, 2012.
Proposed Kaiaulu o Kakaako Master Plan Amendment
HCDA has published a public hearing notice for considering two planned development permit applications submitted by Victoria Ward for development in Kakaako.
The permit applications are for Ulana and The Park.