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What: Monthly Siren Test for January 2018 Who: Hawaii Emergency Management Agency When: January 2, 2018 SIREN AND EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM TEST HONOLULU — The State’s monthly test of the ...
Read More MEDIA ADVISORY: Monthly Siren and Emergency Alert System Test for January 2, 2018

OAHU LANE CLOSURES FOR THE WEEKEND OF DEC. 29 – DEC. 31 PLEASE NOTE: Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting. ...
Read More HDOT News Release: Weekend lane closures

MINIMUM WAGE TO INCREASE TO $10.10 in 2018 New Penalties in Effect for 2018 HONOLULU — The Hawaii State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations (DLIR) today announced that per ...
Read More NEWS RELEASE: Minimum Wage to Increase to .10 in 2018

More housing for local families. Better solutions for homelessness. An innovation economy driven by homegrown talent. A chance for our children to live in a safe, sustainable Hawai‘i. Those are ...
Read More From the Governor: Taking action, getting results for the future

• Focused efforts produce results – While there are no quick fixes to moving people off the streets, evidence shows we’re on the right track to help people “thrive, not ...
Read More Reducing homelessness with better solutions

• More housing units for local residents -The Ige administration is on track to reach its goal of 10,000 housing units by 2020. About 5,300 units have been produced since ...
Read More Building more housing people can afford

“As the nation’s only island state, we in Hawai‘i know climate change is real,” said Governor Ige. “It’s unfortunate that President Trump withdrew from the Paris Accord, but now states ...
Read More Taking the lead on sustainability and clean energy

• Cooled 1,300 of Hawai‘i’s hottest classrooms – Governor Ige exceeded his promise to cool more than 1,000 classrooms with a $100 million legislative appropriation. Students and teachers at over ...
Read More Transforming education for student success

  • Continued building on record tourism and international business development -The Ige administration brought more global travelers to the state and expanded routes from the U.S. mainland and Asia. ...
Read More Growing a strong economy — now and for the future

• Finished more highway projects on O‘ahu and the neighbor islands to alleviate traffic congestion, including Zipper Lane expansion and contraflow lanes on Kahekili and Farrington Highway, completion of Saddle ...
Read More Moving ahead on traffic and transportation