The Lanikai Association - News Alerts

The Lanikai Craft Fair is ON! Lanikai Park, Saturday, November 20 from 9 to 3. Mark your calendars!


Verizon has applied for a permit to install a cell tower at the end of Ko'oho'o Place. Please contact info@lanikaiassociation.com if you wish further information.


The Honolulu Board of Water supply (BWS) is replacing water mains in several areas of Lanikai in phases. The current phase of construction provides limited access in and out of Lanikai; these parking restrictions aim at maintaining emergency vehicle and resident access to and from the neighborhood. The Department of Transportation Services (DTS) is restricting parking in Lanikai June 1 - December 31 Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4 and on holiday weekends from 10-3. Plan accordingly. Go to the BWS website to see more information.

Kaiolena is now one way with parking on the left side. See Map of No Parking

You may go online to https://www.honolulu.gov/rep/site/ocs/Chapter_15.pdf Page 41 to read the applicable traffic code. In summary, there is now No Parking on the entire right hand side, and there are No Parking signs there indicating that. The old rules such as no parking 10 feet from a fire hydrant, 4 feet from a driveway, no parking on a corner, and 30 feet approaching a STOP sign still apply. There is no parking on any part of the striped pavement (this is at the corners and at the fire hydrant).

Specific to Kaiolena one way:

Parallel parking only facing makai (the ocean)

May park on the unimproved sidewalk area (dirt) OR the road providing one leaves 3 feet inside the yellow line so that a wheelchair can pass.

Note: There a rule for no parking on unimproved sidewalks BUT that rule will NOT be enforced here in Lanikai because it isn’t enforced anywhere on the island.

If you have questions regarding parking rules, check out the Revised Rules of Honolulu (ROH) Chapter 15-14.1. https://www.honolulu.gov/rep/site/ocs/Chapter_15.pdf or for just the parking related section see parking regulations.

Since its establishment in 1927, the Lanikai Association has worked to enhance and protect the unique quality of life and character of our beachside community on the Windward side of Oahu for residents, kamaʻaina, and visitors. Learn more about our Association or apply for membership, check out the community calendar to see what's coming up or to find an open date for renting Lanikai Park, and get details about our popular Christmas Craft Fair (2021).

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