Heeia Plan and Rules

Heeia Plan and Rules

On July 8, 2011, Act 210 was signed into law creating the Heʻeia Community Development District (Heʻeia CDD).  The HCDA was designated as the local redevelopment authority of the district to facilitate culturally appropriate agriculture, education, and natural-resource restoration and management of the Heʻeia wetlands.

Title 15, Chapter 220, HAR, propose the following uses within the Heʻeia CDD: (1) agriculture and aquaculture with ancillary facilities; (2) cultural facilities and uses; and (3) educational facilities and uses.

The Heʻeia CDD Plan and Rules is based on background research of Heʻeia and the Heʻeia ahupuaʻa; analysis of site resources and constraints; and consultations with key stakeholders, community members, and government agencies.

The manaʻo hoʻokō (intent) of the Heʻeia CDD Plan is:

Recognizing the value of ahupuaʻa management principles, promote and cultivate ʻāina momona (abundance) for the lands of Heʻeia for present and future generations through culturally-appropriate agriculture, education, natural resources restoration and management. 

Plan and Rules

He’eia Community Development District Master Plan
HAR CH 220 Title 15 He’eia Community Development District Rules