DHHL Reminds Hawaiʻi County Beneficiaries of Halted Permits, ReservationsPosted on Sep 4, 2020 in Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Media Releases, Slider
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 4, 2020
DHHL Reminds Hawaiʻi County Beneficiaries of Halted Permits, Reservations
(Kapolei, Hawaiʻi) – In line with the County of Hawaiʻi and Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) closures in Hawaiʻi County, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) is reminding beneficiaries that permits and reservations for camping at parks, pavilions, and halls on DHHL land remain on hold as the state faces the continued rise of COVID-19 cases.
The following Hawaiʻi Island parks and facilities are impacted:
- Kūhiō Hale
- Puhi Bay
- Keaukaha Beach Park
In addition to the Hawaiʻi Island impacts, DHHL parks and facilities on Maui, Molokaʻi, Oʻahu, and Kauaʻi also remain affected.
- Ka Hale Pōmaikaʻi (Paukukalo Community Center)
- Moʻomomi Beach Park
- Kapuāiwa Grove
- Kalanianaʻole Hall
- Hale Ponoʻī
- Anahola Beach Park
Hawaiʻi County’s closure of all beach and shoreline parks runs from September 4, 2020 through September 19, 2020. In addition, the DLNR Division of State Parks has closed all State coastal and beach park areas on Hawaiʻi Island, effective September 4, 2020 through September 18, 2020.
About the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands:
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands carries out Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole’s vision of rehabilitating native Hawaiians by returning them to the land. Established by U.S. Congress in 1921, with the passage of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, the Hawaiian homesteading program run by DHHL includes management of over 200,000 acres of land statewide with the specific purpose of developing and delivering homesteading.
Information and Community Relations Officer
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands