- Hawaiʻi is a safe, healthy, and diverse community deeply connected to the ‘āina, our historical roots, and in sustaining our multicultural heritage for future generations. We are invested in enhancing public spaces, natural and cultural assets, and our social systems.
- Communities are safe and protected and residents have access to quality, integrative health and social services to support a high quality of life, decrease health and social problems, and extend life expectancies.
- Public infrastructure and facilities effectively service community needs, are sustainably built and maintained with innovation and pride, promote a sense of community, and support a high quality of life.
- Health is prioritized by providing access to a wide variety of options and facilities that promote physical activity and healthy lifestyle choices for residents and visitors of all ages.
- Responsible and reasonable public access for spiritual, religious, cultural, recreational, and subsistence practices is assured and protected.
- An interconnected, island-wide multimodal trail system is developed and maintained to encourage healthy living and provide links between people and their natural environment.
- Our Hawaiian and multi-ethnic cultural values are preserved and perpetuated in celebration of the evolving diversity that enhances our island way of life.
- The historical integrity and character and scenic assets and open spaces of our communities are protected, restored, and treated as unique assets with significant social and economic value and managed in perpetuity.
Increase the opportunities for collaboration with State and community organizations on community events at school facilities.
Increase the participation in Safe Routes to School program.
Police personnel increase to a minimum of 1.6 per 1,000 residents.
Fire & Emergency Services
Achieve 100% of on time fire and emergency response times.
Health & Social Services
Each community has access to healthcare facilities, programs, or community-based care.
Reduce substance abuse, domestic violence and other social problems through social programs, education, and intervention services.
Recreational Facilities & Programs
Every resident of Urban Service Areas are within a 10-minute walk to a quality park.
Existing and all new regional urban centers include multi-use natural open space and corridors.
Public Access & Trails
Number of public access sites created through acquisition or easement or enhanced with assistance from CZM funding or staff.
Develop and maintain a public access program that integrates recreation, subsistence, and cultural access priorities.
Native Hawaiian Values & Practices
Native Hawaiian language, values and practices are integrated into all County processes.
At least one yearly cultural event is supported by the County in each district.
Achieve 100% preservation of sites identified for preservation by State Historic Preservation Division.