Kaka‘ako Our Kuleana: A Free Urban Planning Academy for Everyone was a free workshop series open to the public to learn about the development issues in Kaka‘ako and to engage in innovative placemaking ideas for Kaka‘ako’s future.
The 6-week series of public workshops was held in October and November 2015. Click through to the workshop pages for resources, videos and other materials.
- Week #1 Kaka‘ako Our Kuleana: Planning & Development in Kaka‘ako
[View workshop #1 online at ‘Olelo TV]
- Week #2 Something’s Stinky in Kaka‘ako: Infrastructure in the Age of Climate Change
[View workshop #2 online at ‘Olelo TV]
- Week #3 Affordable Housing in Kaka‘ako: What Would It Take to Build It?
[View workshop #3 online at ‘Olelo TV]
- Week #4 Envisioning A Place for Everyone: From the Shoreline to Small Businesses
[View workshop #4 online at ‘Olelo TV]
- Week #5 Leveraging Rail: How Many Ways Can the Community Benefit
- Week #6 Civic Engagement in Kaka‘ako: Where Do We Go from Here?
Get and Stay Informed:
Kaka‘ako Our Kuleana workshop attendees and speakers asked how this “civic space” of connection can be continued into the future. To help facilitate conversation and information sharing, join the Kaka‘ako Our Kuleana Google group at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/kakaako-our-kuleana
Other key resources:
– HCDA: Calendar: Upcoming HCDA board meetings, hearings, and other events.
– City & County of Honolulu, Department of Planning & Permitting: Calendar or sign up for email notifications of all future City & County public hearing notices by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the Department of Urban & Regional Planning and the Hawai‘i Chapter of the American Planning Association. Powered by students in PLAN 610 community planning and social policy seminar.