Board of Water Supply
|Water Waste Hotline
|To start, stop or transfer water service
|Water service - New home construction
|Cross Connection/Back Flow Prevention
|Questions about water bills:
|To report broken water mains and fire hydrants
|Tours of water facilities/classes
|Water quality complaints/inquiries:
Color, particles, chemical testing
Odor, taste, bacterial testing
Hawaiian Electric Co.
The island is divided into five battalions which include 42 engine companies, 15 ladder companies, two rescue companies, two hazardous materials companies, one fireboat company, five tankers, two helicopters, and one helicopter tender. Haz Mat 1 and 2, the hazardous material companies, are dispatched to all incidents involving petroleum, radioactive substances, and toxic chemicals.
Kahuku Fire Station
|56-460 Kamehameha Hwy.
Kahuku, Hawaii 96731
Waialua Fire Station
|66-420 Haleiwa Road
Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712
Wahiawa Fire Station
|40 California Avenue
Wahiawa, Hawaii 96786
Crime Statistics reported by Honolulu Police Department
District 2 - Wahiawa / North Shore
District 2 is located in central Oahu and is bounded by Kipapa Gulch and Waiahole Stream on the south, the Waianae mountains on the west, the Koolau mountains on the east, and the shoreline from Kaena Point through Sunset Beach on the north.
The district includes the communities of Mililani, Kunia, Wahiawa, Whitmore, Waialua, Haleiwa, Waimea, and Sunset Beach. Within the district are several military installations: Wheeler Army Air Field, Kunia Communications Center, Schofield Barracks, U.S. Navy Communications Center, and U.S. Army at Helemano.
The district's administrative offices are located in the Wahiawa Police Station located at 330 North Cane Street.
District 4 - Kaneohe / Kailua / Kahuku
Community Policing in District 4:
Leading the Way!
District 4 is the largest patrol area of HPD, extending from Makapuu Point to Kawela Bay on the Windward side of Oahu.. The many unique communities have their own special needs for police services. The men and women of District 4 and the Community Policing (CP) Team are dedicated to providing the best possible police service in each community.
District 4 and the CP Team are committed to the philosophy of community policing and identifying innovative solutions to reduce crime and the fear of crime. Active community and police partnerships will help us work together to discover new ideas that will have a real impact in creating safer neighborhoods.
Some of the successful projects, programs, and initiatives in our community include
• Citizens Patrols
• Mobile Patrols
• Neighborhood Security Watches
• Community Traffic Awareness Partnerships
• Seniors Against Crime
• Neighborhood Clean-ups
These joint efforts have had a profound impact in empowering citizens to build better and safer lives in their neighborhoods, and in reducing crime. Thefts and burglaries are down. Traffic deaths have been reduced and lives saved. Much of this progress can be traced to active community involvement. The citizens who participate and support community policing are pioneers in building a better future and their efforts will lay the foundation for securing a safer future for our families.
Opala (Waste & Recycling)
Opala.org (the Hawaiian word for garbage) is the website of the City and County of Honolulu's Refuse Division, providing you with information and guidelines for TAKING CARE OF GARBAGE. By taking care of garbage, we take care of our environment, preserving the health and beauty of our island home.
Call The Bus Information Specialists for information about routes, schedules, and trip planning assistance.
Please give location you are departing from, your destination, time of day you would like to travel and what time you need to arrive. Have paper and pencil handy. Call between 5:30 am and 10 pm daily.
Senior Citizens and Persons with Disabilities
For information about purchasing or renewing passes or ID cards call The Bus Pass Office. 848-4444
Customer Services Office 848-4500