new videos—Smart biking around Lihue & Helmets

The team that coordinates free monthly Bikes on Rice rides offer tips in this short video
to help you ride around Lihue's quiet streets more confidently.

Reporting Issues on Ke Ala Hele Makalae

Please use this free "SeeClickFix" archiving service to let folks know about issues on Ke Ala Hele Makalae.

 

 

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Survey on Ke Ala Hele Makalae

What is your impression of Ke Ala Hele Makalae? Please take a few moments to tell us about how you use the path.

Click here to take the brief survey.

All responses are anonymous, confidential, and no e-mail addresses are collected.

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What does Ke Ala Hele Makalae add to our community?

 "Absolutely loved the video of the path and will share it with my family and friends both here and on the mainland.  Bill and I have been walking segments of it to help him recover from his lung procedure, and I hope he learns to love walking and becomes addicted to the scenery.  He's not a natural exerciser, so maybe the beauty of the path and the friendliness of fellow users will hook him.

Recruiting Friends of Kamalani for 2020 community work days

Join The Friends of Kamalani and Lydgate Park for their 16th annual Earth Day on Saturday, April 18 or Make a Difference Day on October 24 2020 at the Main Pavilion, 7:30 AM start, treats & lunch served.

Please click here to register if you'd like to volunteer.

Bicycling Skills for Adults Registration

Mahalo for your commitment to safer bicycling!

The Arayza Sabay Incident and Solutions Meeting

On the morning of January 11, 2018, in Hanamaulu, Kauai, twelve-year-old Arayza Sabay was struck by a motor vehicle as
she was walking to her bus stop to go to school. Arayza recovered consciousness at Queens Hospital on Oahu with
brain injuries and a fractured jaw.

She still has vision impairment as a result of the injuries, but has mostly recovered from the physical trauma.

Arayza’s case was covered by local media and drew concerned citizens’ attention from around Kauai.

Kauai Snags $13M TIGER Complete Streets & Revitalization Grant

The Garden Island | October 27, 2015

 

‘Historic day for Kaua’i’

County awarded $13M grant for Lihue revitalization

LIHUE — Kauai County learned Monday it landed $13 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The funds will be used for the revitalization of the Lihue Town Core.

Mayor Carvalho Supports South Side Path Systems Planning

Community bands together for safety

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