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Here are the official links to local and national websites where you can find accurate and up-to-date information on the Covid-19 virus, ways to protect yourself and others and the many services being offered both by the government as well as by private entities:


The current situation in Hawaii - The status of the virus outbreak in the Islands and links to information about precautions, closures and travel to and from Hawaii.


The KBPA listing of business in Kaimuki and their current operating status


The City and County of Honolulu listing of closures related to the virus.


The official CDC website with the latest news and information about the virus.


The CDC travel advisory international, national and local travel.


Trees for Kaimuki is a community-led project to increase the urban canopy in Kaimuki. The organization is part of KBPA’s partner Envision Kaimuki and aims to mobilize the community in partnership with the City to create tree-lined streets, parks with increased tree canopy, and a vibrant business district that celebrates trees and plants.


How can you get involved?


Follow Trees for Kaimuki on Facebook and sign up for their newsletter to stay updated. Watch for informational community meetings and more details on how you can help care for new street trees.

The 2020 Census is here!


The US Constitution requires a national census every 10 years that shows state population counts and determines representatives in the US House of Representatives, how billions of dollars are distributed for schools, roads, hospitals and more. The count consists of all US residents including people of all races and ethnic groups both citizens and non-citizens alike.


Questionnaires will be delivered or mailed to households throughout Hawaii via US Mail in March. Respondents can fill out the census online answered by telephone or mail back the questionnaire.


If nothing is received from a household, census workers will visit in person to get the information.

2019 KAIMUKI CHRISTMAS PARADE - television coverage



The television broadcast of the parade is available on-demand at





Our 2020 Membership Drive is underway and our membership directory is being updated for the new year.


Interested in becoming a KBPA member?


Membership dues for KBPA help fund projects throughout the year that benefit the businesses and residents of Kaimuki: the annual Christmas Parade, the Puu O Kaimuki Christmas Tree, our scholarship program, park clean-ups, t-shirt sales and other events throughout the year.



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