All watches and warnings have been cancelled with the exception of the High Surf Warning along the coastline of the Big Island. Thank you for following the alerts and being prepared. We are only midway through Hurricane Season so please stay prepared and alert! Mahalo!
Welcome to Leilani Estates......
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 East 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.
Build An Emergency Kit on a Shoestring Budget
Map of Leilani Estates and Directions to Community Center
WOULD YOU LIKE TO EXPRESS YOUR OPINIONS ON THE SQUATTER SITUATION ?
TAKE THE SURVEY!
Councilman Greggor Ilagan has formed a task force dealing with the issue of Squatters/Adverse Possession of Property. He is asking for input on this island-wide problem. Do you have any insights or suggestions about squatting and adverse possession? Please let Council member Ilagan know by filling out either the web form or the printable copy. Your responses will be posted on his website: http://www.puna4.com and will be viewable to the public (personal contact information will be removed). Thank you for your input.
Take the online survey
View a PDF survey
New Online Neighborhood Watch Incident Form
Check out the new Online Neighborhood Watch Incident Form. If you live in Leilani Estates and see suspicious activity, abandoned cars, or something that doesn't look or feel quite right, you can fill out the form and it will be sent to Greg Armstrong, our NW Coordinator, and to our Community Police Officer Davy Kamalii. Of course, if you are in a dangerous situation or feel threatened in any way, please call the police at 9-1-1.
Check it out here!