REPORT A COMMUNITY ISSUE
BULKY ITEM PICKUP
The City & County of Honolulu has moved to a new system for bulky item pickup. The City will NO LONGER be picking up all bulky items left at the curbside if you have not made an appointment for curbside pickup. If you want to make an appointment for bulky items, please make the request here: BULKY ITEM PICKUP. Please report illegal dumping HERE.
TRAFFIC, STREET SAFETY, AND POT HOLES
Traffic continues to be a problem in our community, with sidewalks and streets often in disrepair, traffic signals malfunctioning, and hazardous roadways posing a threat to pedestrians. If you encounter a problem with our streets or sidewalks, please report the problem here: TRAFFIC REPORT.
REPORT AN ISSUE TO HPD
Nothing is more important than the safety of our residents. Over the past year, we've seen an increase in violent crime in our community. We've also taken steps to crack down on illegal gambling and sexual exploitation, so that our families can feel secure in their neighborhoods. To report criminal or suspicious activity to HPD, click the following link: POLICE REPORT.
Abandoned vehicles are a common problem in our district. We've taken steps to address illegal dumping on land controlled by the Agribusiness Development Corporation, which included the removal of numerous abandoned and stolen vehicles. Yet, abandoned vehicles continue to litter the landscape of our farms and the streets of our neighborhoods. If you see an abandoned vehicle, please report it here: VEHICLE REPORT.
TREE SERVICE REQUEST
In Whitesell v. Houlton, a Hawai'i appellate court adopted what is known as the “Hawai'i Rule” for trees, which holds that when there is imminent danger of overhanging branches causing sensible harm to property, the tree owner is liable for the cost of trimming the branches, as well any damages. You can review a list of guidelines for inquiries relating to trees here and, if necessary, report a tree emergency at the following link: TREE REPORT.
FOOD SAFETY COMPLAINT
Food safety is vital to the preservation of public health. As the coronavirus has shown, our ability to protect our food supply from contamination is essential to the well-being of our community, which needs safe and nutritious meals at all times. Vulnerable populations, like our keiki and kūpuna, are especially in need of safe food options. If you believe a food establishment is in violation of safety requirements, please report it to the Hawai'i Department of Health's Sanitation Branch using the following contact info: FOOD SAFETY REPORT.
MILITARY NOISE COMPLAINT
For years, military activities around our community have created concerns about the long-term health impact of loud noise. At times, it sounds like we are living in a war zone, which studies show can leave a lasting psychological toll on our children. As we work to mitigate the noise caused by military exercises, it is important to know when problems arise. You can report noise concerns with the military at the following link: MILITARY NOISE REPORT.