Planning a small town takes creativity, problem solving, and thoughtful consideration of an area’s local assets – its character, history, and sense of place. More importantly, it involves people and a shared vision on what they want their community to be.
Since 2017, the grassroots envisioning process called “reWailuku” has served as a public forum for the community to help shape the future of Wailuku.
We encourage you to attend our upcoming events and meetings, participate in our public surveys, and share what’s important to you and your ‘ohana. We value your feedback!
We learned so much and used many of the community’s ideas – everything from the big-picture thinking to personal stories that were translated into design ideas.
Share what you'd like to see and experience at the proposed Hālau of ʻŌiwi Art project. Participate in this Programming Activity!
Currently, efforts are underway to establish portions of Wailuku Town as an official “Arts District. Learn more and share your feedback.