ROADWORK TO IMPACT ENTRY TO DIAMOND HEAD STATE MONUMENT
Park to Remain Open Normal Hours During Work - but be prepared for delays and detours.
This week (10/8 – 12/18) and next week (10/15 – 19/18) the City and County of Honolulu will be repaving Diamond Head Road between Makapuu Ave. and 18th Ave. Hours of work are between 8:30am and 3:30pm, Monday – Friday.
The week of October 8 – 12, the repaving will be between Makapuu Ave and the Kapiolani Community College Chapel. Traffic is being contra-flowed. However, drivers to Diamond Head State Monument may want to use alternative routes via 18th Ave., and Diamond Head Road makai route.
The week of October 15 – 19, the repaving will be between the Kapiolani Community College Chapel and 18th Ave. This work will directly impact vehicle access to the Diamond Head State Monument entry road. Traffic is being contra-flowed, but be prepared for delays and detours.
Administrative Rules are regulations established by the department through an extensive public review and hearing process. The procedure for administrative rules is set by Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 91. A proposed rule (or amendment) is drafted by the department, approved by the Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) for public meetings/hearings, and reviewed by the Department of the Attorney General (AG). Then the draft is taken out to public meetings and/or hearings, where the public can give formal testimony on the draft rule. The rule is revised, if necessary, and then submitted to the Board of Land and Natural Resources for final approval. Then it is reviewed again by the AG, and after signing by the Governor and filing with the Lieutenant Governor, it has the effect of law.
The following administrative rules are provided for general informational purposes only. These are unofficial copies. Official copies may be obtained from the Division Offices and the Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement offices state-wide. Copies of the rules are also available for viewing in State public libraries.
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DRAFT RULES/HEARING NOTICES
|Title||Hearing Date, Location and Time|
|Hawaii State Park System||Title 13, Subtitle 6, Chapter 146|
|Park Acquisition Trust Fund||TItle 13, Subtitle 6, Chapter 147|
|Assemblies, Meetings & Distribution of Literature on Department of Land and Natural Resources' Lands||Title 13, Subtitle 1, Chapter 7|
|Rules for 'Iolani Palace State Monument||TItle 13, Subtitle 6, Chapter 146, Subchapter 5|
|State Parks Fees||Title 13, Subtitle 6, Chapter 146-6 Fees|
PARK RULES FAQ
Park rules are designed to help you and others have an enjoyable visit while protecting Hawaiʻi’s unique and fragile cultural and natural resources. Always observe and follow the regulations on posted signs in the parks. In addition, you can help and increase the enjoyment of others by observing the following rules.
Report suspected law and park rule violations to enforcement officers. On all islands, call 643-DLNR (643-3567), no area code required. For emergencies, dial 911.
|NO DRONES||The use, launching or landing of drones or other types of aircraft is prohibited.|
|NO SMOKING||Smoking, including E-cigarettes, and the use of tobacco products is prohibited.|
|ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES||The use or possession of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.|
|BEGGING AND SOLICITING||Begging and soliciting are prohibited, except pursuant to Section 13-7, HAR.|
|VESSELS||Vessels or any similar buoyant devices are prohibited where posted.|
|FIRES||Where not prohibited, build fires in the fireplaces and grills provided. Portable stoves or warming devices may be used in designated camping and picnicking areas unless otherwise prohibited. Dump live coals only in designated ash pits or receptacles.|
|GENERATORS||Operation or use of any portable electric generator is prohibited, except with a special use permit.|
|PETS||Pets and other animals are prohibited wherever posted, and are not allowed in restaurants, pavilions, swimming areas, campgrounds, lodges, or on beaches. Where permitted, pets are to be crated, caged, on a 6-foot or shorter leash or otherwise under physical restrictive control at all times. Horses prohibited unless otherwise posted. Please clean up after your pet.|
|NUDITY||Nudity is prohibited.|
|NOISE||Do not operate any audio device, television, or musical instrument in such a manner and at such times so as to create excessive noise or nuisance.|
|PLANTS||Leave all plant life undisturbed. Where permitted, reasonable quantities of fruits and seeds may be gathered for personal use.|
|REPORT OF INJURY OR DAMAGE||All incidents resulting in personal injury or death, or property damage must be reported as soon as possible to the district office, and other appropriate agencies.|
|SKATING AND SKATEBOARDS||Skating and skateboards are prohibited where posted.|
|METAL DETECTING DEVICES||Metal detecting devices are allowed on sand beaches only.|
|VEHICLES||Drive and park motor vehicles only on designated roads and parking areas provided for such usage.|
|WASTE DISPOSAL||Place all waste in trash cans and pack out trash from wilderness parks.|
|NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES||Leave all plants, geological, historical, and archaeological features undisturbed.|
|WILDLIFE||Leave the wildlife and their habitat undisturbed except where hunting and fishing is permitted subject to all applicable laws and regulations.|
|LOST AND FOUND ARTICLES||Lost and found articles are to be deposited by the finder at the nearest police station, or at the park visitor facility.|
|SUSPECTED VIOLATIONS||Report suspected law and park rule violations to enforcement officers. On all islands, call 643-DLNR (643-3567), no area code required. For emergencies, dial 911.|