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What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for Prince Kūhiō Day 2018

Your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana‘ole Day on March 26, 2018.


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Photo: Charcoal artwork by J. Ewing, photograph reproduced by J. J. Williams

AVAILABLE SERVICES

  • Emergency ambulance, fire, lifeguard, medical examiner and police services will be available.

  • TheBus will operate on a state holiday schedule. Visit thebus.org for routes and other information.

  • Parks, municipal golf courses, botanical gardens and the Honolulu Zoo will be open.

  • Refuse will be collected. 

  • Transfer stations, convenience centers, H-POWER and the Waimānalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill will be open.

 

CLOSED OR CANCELED SERVICES

  • The Neal S. Blaisdell Center box office will be closed.

  • The People’s Open Markets will not be held.

  • All Satellite City Halls and Driver Licensing Centers will be closed.

 

TRAFFIC AND PARKING REGULATIONS

  • Free on-street parking, excluding the meters on Kalākaua Avenue along Queen Kapiʻolani Park and metered parking lots.
     

  • Traffic lanes will not be coned for contraflow. 
     

  • Parking in Lanikai will be restricted over the three-day holiday weekend as follows:
     

‣ Saturday, March 24 through Monday, March 26: No parking on all Lanikai streets/shoulders from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
 

If you would like to access Lanikai Beach and/or the Lanikai Pillboxes Trail during this time, the City and County of Honolulu recommends walking, biking, taking TheBus Route 70 or being dropped off.

 

Lanikai parking restrictions

Image: Courtesy of the City and County of Honolulu

 

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