Parking pass


Lanikai Park is dependent on membership fees from the membership dues of the Lanikai Association. Therefore, if residents would like to use the Park for parking during the special Holiday weekends, we ask that you first become a member of our Association in order to facilitate it's upkeep. If you'd like a permit to park and are not yet a member of the Lanikai Association, please go to our website and click on the link "membership form" and apply.

If you are a member, please contact us at to apply for your permit for your placard(s). We will need your name, address, if you'd like one or two placards, the license plate(s) you'll put on the placard(s) and a contact phone. After you apply and are accepted, the Park Committee will issue you a placard number and record this number with your information in our log. Please print your own placard(s) from the site with the permit number we give you written in the top right corner.

Each permit will allow up to two placard(s) which are to be exhibited on the dash of each vehicle when parked at the Park during the parking ban. Up to two license plate numbers can be listed on each placard, and vehicles with license plates that do not match the placard as well as any vehicles which are using a tampered placard will be towed. (To sum up, each TMK/address permit will allow up to two placards which each can have two license plate numbers listed on it.)

Permitted cars may park from 9 AM – 4 PM (assuming the parking ban is 10 - 3), and vehicles parked outside these hours will be subject to towing, as well as any car parked inside the Park without a placard.

The permit runs until December 31, 2020.

If for some reason you have a problem online, or if you have any questions, please feel free to email

Note: This placard is only good if you are issued a number to go along with it, as we are keeping the master list. Also, there may be a wait to get a pass before a long holiday weekend, so please allow several days.
Vice President,
Feb 12, 2020, 2:01 PM