Waimea Pier, Kaua‘i’s Westside. Photo by Léo Azambuja

The County Planning Department has launched a website for the Waimea 400 Master Plan and encourages the public to take the online survey in anticipation of the community planning process which will begin during the spring, according to a county news release.

The Waimea 400 Master Plan refers to the 417-acre parcel on the mauka side of Kaumuali‘i Highway, between Waimea and Kekaha, which the County of Kaua‘i purchased in 2018.

In anticipation of this master plan process, the county has launched a project website and survey at www.waimea400.com. Community members, especially those who live and work in the West Kauaʻi region, are encouraged to participate in the online survey to indicate their preferences for park and recreational amenities and housing.

Comments can also be dropped off at businesses around West Kaua’i, including Waimea Big Save, Umi’s Store, Da No Booze Shop, Ishihara Market, Waimea Subway, Kekaha Thrifty Mini Mart, Salt Pond Country Store, and ʻEleʻele Big Save.

The Waimea 400 Master Plan process is being facilitated by PBR Hawai‘i and the county Planning Department. Community meetings are expected to start at the beginning of March, offering both virtual and in-person platforms to participate in the site design process. More information on these meetings will be announced at a later date.

For more information on the Waimea 400 Master Plan, please visit www.waimea400.com or contact the Planning Department at 241-4050 or by email at waimea400@gmail.com.

If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodation due to a disability, contact the Planning Department Long Range Division at 241-4050 or waimea400@gmail.com as soon as possible. Requests made as early as possible will allow adequate time to fulfill your request. Upon request, this notice is available in alternate formats such as large print, Braille, or electronic copy.


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