The refuse stations island wide including the Hanalei station have new hours. They will be open seven days a week, 7:15 am to 3:15 pm. Help monitor the consistency of the green waste, recycling and garbage service by calling the county solid waste department when ever you find the green waste closed or the recyling dumpsters full. Letters of complaint regarding long term problems or inconveniences can also be mailed to the county. Follow this link to connect with the county refuse station information page. Refuse Station information
Anaina hou Community Park is in the formative stages of offering the Kilauea community and the island in general all kinds of socially beneficial programs and facilities. Follow the “read more link” to connect with all of their current information including progress and commitments on a Auditorium, commercial kitchen and future public school. Anaina hou
The Kilauea Neighborhood Center building is available for public use upon availability. For scheduling and information call Center Manager: Braxton Caminos
Ph. 808-828-1421 Click on “read more” for a active link for more information; Kilauea Neighborhood Center links.
Click “read more” to reach the hotline for, HI5 details
KNSCF’s four community service priorities are to enhance education and culture, youth and seniors, health and wellness, and public spaces. The group is currently focusing on establishing a public highschool on the North Shore. You can help by writing a letter of support. Click “read more” to find a hot link.Kauai North Shore Community Foundation
Our July meeting is Tuesday the 7th. We meet at 7pm in the Kilauea Nieghborhood Center. We will have a county official explaining the situation at the local waste transfer station, discussion about a proposed North Shore high school and more. To activate the agenda link press “read more”. 2015_July Agenda
Kilauea, Kauai is the most northern inhabited point in the Hawaiian island chain. It’s just us humans and thousands of seabirds soaring above the cliffs and the lighthouse at the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge.
With its shoulders wrapped in a green shawl of rain forest and its toes dipped in the big, blue Pacific Kilauea is irresistably beautiful. This town was established around the Kilauea Sugar Plantation in 1877. The families who worked and lived here chose not to forget the close bond of a small community as the plantation faded away. Besides a propensity towards including new neighbors in pick-up softball games, driving around town with an Ukelele band in a flatbed truck singing joyfully at Christmas and cleaning up beaches together we gather monthly to discuss more serious but no less entertaining issues.
So as the sun sets and you are faced with the fact that this is a rural community without many night life options, consider a gathering that takes place on the first Tuesday of every month just after sunset. Come join us at the monthly KNA meeting and connect with your neighbors.