Waimānalo Regional Plan Update (2023-2024)

 

 

Waimānalo Regional Plan Update (2024)

 

Regional Plans are a part of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands’ tiered Planning system, and focus at the homestead community and regional level. Regional Plans are prepared through extensive beneficiary engagement and are approved by the Hawaiian Homes Commission. Across the islands, there are a total of 23 Regional Plans, and the last regional planning process for Waimānalo taking place in 2011. This update to the Waimānalo Regional Plan will include four (4) beneficiary consultations where a vision, community values, and priority projects will be identified. The Regional Planning process is meant to help build capacity and a sense of community, stimulate partnerships that aid the homestead community in reaching their goals, and give beneficiaries an opportunity to work together with DHHL in planning for their future.

The existing Waimānalo Regional Plan was approved in 2011 and is being updated to reflect the current needs, vision, values and priorities of the homestead community.

If you have any questions, or for more information, please contact Lillie Makaila, DHHL Planning Office at [email protected]

  • Beneficiary Consultation #2 – Confirm Vision, Values, & draft Project Idea List
    • Meeting info:
      • Monday, April 1, 2024
      • From 6:00PM to 8:00PM
      • at the WHHA Hālau 41-253 Ilauhole Street
      • *Dinner & Refreshments provided
  • Beneficiary Consultation #3 – Refine Project List
    • Meeting info:
      • Monday, April 15, 2024
      • From 6:00PM to 8:00PM
      • at the WHHA Hālau 41-253 Ilauhole Street
      • *Dinner & Refreshments provided
  • Priority Project Selection Poll – TBA
  • Beneficiary Consultation #4 – Review Draft Plan & provide comments.
    • Meeting info:
      • Monday, July 8, 2024
      • From 6:00PM to 8:00PM
      • at the WHHA Hālau 41-253 Ilauhole Street
      • *Dinner & Refreshments provided
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