Welcome to Pualani Estates at Kona Official Web Site

CONTACT MANAGING AGENT
CONTACT MANAGING AGENT
CONTACT MANAGING AGENT

TO CONTACT
THE ASSOCIATION

Pualani Estates at Kona
MANAGING AGENT
c/o Pacifica Realty
Management, Inc.
75-1029 Henry Street, #202
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Tel. 808.334.1610
Fax 808.334.1609
Email: managingagent@
pualaniestatesatkona.com




(Design Review Committee)



PET OWNERS
Please observe the
County's pet leash and
waste laws.

KEEP ANIMALS ON THEIR LEASH

Respect the properties
of others, including vacant
lots. Manage your pets properly
and responsibly.

More info is available
on this web site.

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COQUI FROGS

Suspected invasive species should be reported to the State's toll free pest hotline at 643-PEST

More Information
on invasive species reporting

HOW TO TAKE ACTION!
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
HOW TO REPORT IT ON-LINE

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HAWAII COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS AND CC&Rs

The Hawai`i County Planning Department has issued a notice regarding building permits that may/may not comply with CC&Rs.

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DO YOU RENT YOUR HOME?

Homeowners who rent their property should make sure their tenants are also aware of the Association's rules and regulations (CCRs).

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NOISY DOG PROBLEM?


(including who to call)
Questions: 808-329-1175

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OIL SPILLS ON STREETS

See Hawaii County Code, Chapter 22 - County Streets, Section 22-2.3 - Damage

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SKATEBOARDING

"No person shall ride a coaster, roller skates, roller blades, skateboard, or any similar device upon any sidewalk or sidewalk area..." (Hawaii County Code Chapter 24
Vehicles and Traffic
)

SPEED KILLS


DRIVE SAFELY!

KONA POLICE CRIME BLAST REPORT
YEAR-TO-DATE BIG ISLAND TRAFFIC STATISTICS - DRIVE SAFELY - SHARE THE ROAD.

Mental Health Access Line

Did you know there is a Mental Health Access phone number you can call if you see adults who may be a danger to themselves or others, are experiencing an acute mental health problem, or feel they are in need for any reason? You can call the Access Line. This is a toll-free number, at 1-800-753-6879, where the Department of Health's dispatch center will determine if an outreach call is needed.

If the person is damaging property, trespassing or threatening you, please call 911.

9/1/2015 - ENERGY INDEPENDENCE

Learn how decisions that we are making today, here in Hawai'i County, will affect the future of clean energy jobs, livability, and the health of our communities.

Learn about the latest developments on NextEra's $4.3 billion purchase of Hawaii's multi-island private electric utility – and who will determine Hawaii's energy future: HELCO/NextEra, or ratepayers and Hawaii's emerging clean energy stakeholders?

  • Hear about successful, utility/grid-independent, examples of clean energy systems working for Hawai'I today.
  • Learn if going "off-grid" with solar and other homegrown energy options is a practical and cost-effective alternative to HELCO.
  • Discover how individual citizens can have an effective voice in today's decisions now being made that will decide the energy changes ahead for the state and Hawai'i County.
  • How will a statewide 100% renewable energy mandate affect your electricity costs?
  • Will a full energy transition from dirty fossil fuels to solar, wind, hydrogen, and thermal prepare Hawai'i for life in a changing global climate, and ensure the stewardship of our island environment on which we all depend?

These are just a few topics that will be explored by a panel of experts on a subject that affects communities across Hawai'i County.

WHEN? Thursday, September 17th, at 6:00 pm at the County Council Chambers, West Hawai'i Civic Center to hear from the event's featured speakers:

  • Henry Curtis Ililani Media (Event Moderator)
  • Vincent Paul Ponthieux Blue Planet Research, CTO
  • Robert Harris SunRun, Director of Public Policy
  • Ryan Hanley Solar City, Sr. Director Engineering
  • Will Rolston Hawai'i County, Energy Coordinator
  • Tom Travis Local resident energy expert, PUC intervener

Doors will open at 5:30 pm. This program is free and open to the public. For more information contact West Hawai`i Forum

8/24/2015 - IMPROVING STREET SAFETY

Hawai`i County crews installed one of two safety measures on Puapua`anui Street. The mirror, installed at the intersection of S. Mea Lanakila Place - Mea Lanakila Street - and Puapua`anui, is to improve pedestrian and left turn driver views of this corner's blind curve.

Electronic speed control signs will also be installed along Puapua`anui to educate drivers of their speed and the need to slow down. We thank the Traffic Committee for working with the County to improve safety in our community.

8/17/2015 - NEW HEIAU WEB SITE

The Association is pleased to announce a NEW web page dedicated to providing news and information about Heiau Keau Kukui `Ula (aka "The Sacred Kukui Grove") that is surrounded by the Pualani Estates development. The heiau is designated a historical preserve.

The heiau's preservation responsibilities were recently transferred from D.R. Horton-Schuler Homes, LLC to the Pualani Estates HOA, in compliance with the Association's CCR Section 8.1(8).

A Heiau Preservation Committee has been created to carry out the requirements of the Archaeological Site Preservation Plan, and is expected to bring challenges and opportunities, as well as rewards of cultural importance. We invite everyone to visit this new web page to learn more about this historical treasure.

Go to the new web site now!

8/17/2015 - PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FRAUD

Con artists are targeting you and the people you care about. Learn how to fight back and spot the crooks before they spot you. Come to Hawai`i Civic Center August 20...

ARE YOU RENTING YOUR HOME?

Homeowners who rent their Pualani Estates home to others should be aware of ACT 326.

ACT 326 requires operators (owners) of transient accommodations to submit relevant information to the Association and the Association must provide this information to the State of Hawai`i's Department of Taxation by December 31 of each year. Changes must be reported within 60 days.

A form, for your convenience, can be downloaded from here.

PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CRIMINAL ACTIVITY

On this web site, we post the weekly crime report from the Kona Police Department. Click on the link above marked "KONA POLICE CRIME BLAST REPORT - Read More"

REPORT VANDALISM IN OUR COMMUNITY!




BECOME A VOLUNTEER!

Your Association is always in need of more volunteers! Please consider joining one of our community committees! We ALL BENIFIT from lending a hand now and then--even if it is for just one year!

 
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