This is a general information website created for the property owners of the Leilani Estates subdivision. It is also a good reference for those interested in information about one of the best places to live in Hawaii. The contents of this website is a compilation of documents provided by the LCA Board of Directors, property owners, and other materials gathered on the web that is relevant to Leilani Estates property owners. The website is produced and maintained by one of the happy Leilani Estates property owners and is not an official website of the Leilani Estates Community Association.
A Message From The President
by Jay Bondesen - March 2013
My fellow community members and lot owners:
A new year just started in March for the Leilani Estates Homeowners Association. As the newly elected Association President I plan to carry on the traditions that have served us well in the past. At the same time we will consider and adopt new ideas that will keep us up to date with the current needs of the community. To start us off the last Board of Directors expanded the office hours, now 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM weekdays, and we are trying to keep the lights on at the basketball courts during the evening hours. The Community Center has chairs out and members are encouraged to use it to read, talk story, or join one of the many activities from ukulele to hula. We will also try harder to keep this web site current and informative for those who cannot make it to the Community Center but still want to know what is going on in Leilani. We, the new Board of Directors, plan to do everything we can to make homeowners here both proud and happy to be a member. We will not know how successful we are in that unless we hear from you so we encourage any comments, both pro and con. We all share this community and we all have a stake in creating our future.
Request to Develop a Community Relief Center in Leilani Estates
Leilani Community Association proposes to develop a Community Relief Center to build community resilience and aid residents of Lower Puna (Puna Makai). The proposed facility will allow preparation for and response to any natural or manmade disaster which prohibits access to roadways and the transportation of goods and services to/from the Hilo area. The proposed site of the Community Relief Center is at the Leilani Community Association grounds located on Moku Street in Leilani Estates.
The Leilani Estates Board of Directors (BOD) are asking for member response to the proposal to Hawaii County for your review. Attached you can find the proposal, pictures, and maps that were included in the package submitted to the County.
Members are encouraged to share their comments by submitting them to the Leilani Community Association.
Tel/Fax: (808) 965-9555
13-3441 Moku Street, Pahoa Hi 96778
General Information: Info@LeilaniEstates.Org