The Three Issues That Just Won't Go Away:

Parking, parking, and parking!

Parking in Ocean Pointe

What’s the issue? Too many cars and not enough parking places!  Although it may tell my age, I grew up when most families did not have more than two cars. Today many families have a car for every member of driving age, but not enough space to park them all. Of course, we receive complaints of people using the visitor parking spots for their personal use, and others who use their garage for storage so there is not enough room for the cars and trucks. What we all need to remember is there are limited spaces to park, so please use the visitor spaces for the visitors.

 

The other thing is to clear out the garage so you can park cars inside. And always remember, a happy community is made of a lot of good neighbors.


All of the streets in Ocean Pointe in Ewa Beach, Hawaii have been turned over to City and County. The only exception is the section of Kai’oli Street which runs through Townhomes at Fairway’s Edge. That part of Kai'oli Street will always remain private.

HPD is responsible for the enforcement of street parking rules. All vehicles that are parked within the community must adhere to all City and County parking regulations. No part of any vehicles may be parked on any part of the lawn including graveled areas.

Vehicles parked in the driveway may not block the pedestrian right-of-way (sidewalk) to the degree that pedestrians are forced into the roadway. ADA standards require a minimum of 4' clearance between the vehicle bumper and the edge of the driveway. All vehicles that are parked visibly on the street or driveway must be in operating condition, currently registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles of the City & County of Honolulu, and have the current safety inspection sticker in a clearly visible location.

Please note, parking is not permitted in the alleyways and fire lanes. You are allowed to park temporarily in order to unload packages, wash vehicles, etc.  However, unattended vehicles are subject to tow.

How to obtain a Parking Pass

Obtaining a guest parking pass is easy and depends on where you live in Ocean Pointe. The Ocean Pointe Community Center does not issue Parking Passes.  Please see the guest parking pass contact information below:
  • Ke' alohi Kai: 836-0911, Associa Hawaii
  • Ke Aina Kai: 836-0911, Associa Hawaii
  • Ke Noho Kai: 539-9777, Hawaiian Properties
  • Fairway's Edge: 206-617-0127, Site Manager
  • Spinnaker Town Homes: 629-7132, Site Manager
  • Mariner's Place: 836-0911, Associa Hawaii

Abandoned Vehicles

To report an abandoned vehicle please call 808-733-2530, or submit online by clicking here