Pāhoa Plan Working Groups

Orientation Meeting

Saturday, May 19th, 2 – 4 p.m.

The Pāhoa Village Museum

(Across from Luquin’s Restaurant & the Akebono Theater)

Help write the Pāhoa Plan! (The Pāhoa Regional Town Center Plan)

The Working Group orientation meeting is taking place on Saturday, May 19th, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Pāhoa Village Museum. Please come and check it out! Sign-up sheets will be available if you
choose to get involved. The Working Groups are listed below with examples of focus topics pertaining
to Pāhoa Town. The precise focus topics for each Working Group will be subject to the results from
the Pāhoa Plan Survey.

Out of Pāhoa
Cultural and Scenic Resources
Parks & Green Space

Land Use & Zoning:
Residential, Commercial, Industrial
Agriculture
Economic Development
Social Services
Housing
Public Safety
Sanitation & Wastewater

Transportation

Preservation of Historic,

Pedestrian Access
Sidewalks & Boardwalks
Parking
Bike Trails
Bus Stops

Pāhoa Design District

A Special District Plan …
for Pāhoa’s Central Corridor
“To preserve & perpetuate Pāhoa’s design
character & natural setting representative of
Pāhoa’s historic development” … and
“To foster a pedestrian-oriented character in
the town center” (Excerpts from the Puna
Community Development Plan)

Results from the Pāhoa Plan Survey will provide the foundation for the Pāhoa Plan – and over
500 Pāhoa area citizens have been heard from so far! The Working Groups will have a good
idea of how the greater Pāhoa community feels on a broad range of topics and will use this
information to help write the plan that will establish policy for growth and development in and
around Pāhoa Town.

The Working Groups are a volunteer effort with an anticipated time span of approximately
6 months. The end result of the effort will be the final draft of the Pāhoa Regional Town Center
Plan which will then be presented to the County of Hawaii for acceptance as a legally binding
document.

Come and share your mana’o with others!
Setting is casual … please bring a chair or pillow for seating.

Learn More: www.tinyurl.com/pahoaplan

Questions? pahoaplan

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