Friday, April 30, 2021
2021 Summer Fun Program Registration
Online registration for the 2021 Summer Fun Program will begin on May 5 at 8:00 a.m.
The program will run on weekdays from June 14 to July 23 (except July 5 in observance of the Independence Day holiday), from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Program sites include the Kīlauea, Kapa‘a, Anahola, Līhu‘e, Kalāheo, Hanapēpē, Waimea, and Kekaha neighborhood centers. The cost of enrollment is $50 per child and includes lunch. Masks are required and social distancing guidelines will be observed.
Please visit https://www.kauairecreation.org to register children ages 5 to 11 years old. Enrollment is limited and will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis.
If an auxiliary aid or program modification is needed to participate, email email@example.com at least 10 business days before the program begins.
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Neighborhood Center Application
Beginning April 15, 2021, the Department of Parks and Recreation will be accepting applications for classes, trainings, and meetings at the Neighborhood Centers. The maximum number of participants for classes is 10 and the maximum number of participants for meetings and trainings is 25.
If you are interested in using a neighborhood center, please complete the Application.
For more information, please contact Cindy at (808) 241-4467.
Thursday, April 8, 2021
Storage & Disposal Notices
Friday, February 26, 2021
Black Pot Beach Park Master Plan – Public Input
Comments on the draft Black Pot Beach Park Master Plan are now being accepted until March 21, 2021. Click here for information on the draft plan and instructions on how to submit your comments.
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Sports League Permit Application
Returning leagues have priority for their same dates and locations in an upcoming year. New & returning leagues must apply for a permit before posted deadline.
Step 1: Complete the Application in its entirety, if sections are left blank your application will not be accepted.
Step 2: Submit the completed application along with all required attachments to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3: Your application will be reviewed by the Permit Review Committee.
Step 4: Staff will then follow up with the league contact to follow up on approval or have follow-up questions/reasons for denial.
COVID-19 Safety Plan
As organized team sports are now open on Kauai, the County of Kauai’s Department of Parks and Recreation will now be requiring all applicants to submit a COVID-19 health and safety plan proposal as part of the permit application process. For field and outdoor court reservations, all leagues and teams/clubs applying for a permit will be required to submit an application which can be found on the Parks and Recreation website at Kauai.gov/Parks. In addition to the fillable permit application, all permittees will need to provide their health and safety proposals which will be reviewed by the department. These proposals should be based on guidelines from Centers for Disease Control (cdc.gov) and Department of Health (hawaiicovid19.com).
Leagues will need to submit a new application to obtain a permit for each individual scheduled season. Applicants are asked to submit their permit applications and all appropriate documentation to email@example.com.
In addition, organized teams or clubs may request to reserve county facilities outside of their sports league season. They must also submit a permit application and fulfill the same requirements. Leagues in season will have priority for facility reservations.
Regardless, parks are still open to the public for use without a permit. However, all safety precautions must be adhered to without a league/club permit:
· No groups of more than ten;
· All members social distance;
· Non-participants (eg, coaches, chaperones) must wear masks;
· Wash hands as frequently as possible; and
· No congregating before or after.
Friday, February 14, 2020
Rules & Regulations Governing Commercial Boating Activities at County Beach Parks
The Department of Parks and Recreation has decided to adopt the Rules and Regulations Governing Commercial Boating Activities at County Beach Parks as amended. Click here to view the rules.
Friday, July 19, 2019
Location For Getting Weke Ramp Recreational Use Permits
REMINDER: DOPR has implemented a permit process for the recreational use of the Weke Boat Ramp between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.
To sign-up for a permit, please bring the following documents and information with you to the customer service window at the Līhu‘e Civic Center, Pi‘ikoi Building:
- Boat registration;
- Trailer registration;
- Boater Education Card;
- Vessel number; and
- Trailer license plate number.
The hours of operation are Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., excluding holidays.
For more information, please contact the main office at 241-4460.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
HANAMAULU BEACH PARK CAMP GROUND CLOSED
HANAMAULU BEACH PARK CLOSED FOR CAMPING - Monday, November 25, 2013
Hanamaulu Beach Park is currently closed for camping until further notice. The park is open to the public from 6:00am to 10:00pm daily. Park is closed to the public from 10:00pm to 6:00am daily and park gates are locked from 10:00pm each night and opened at 6:00am each morning.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
COASTAL PATH USAGE REMINDERS
The Coast Pedestrian/Bike Path is now open from Safeway in Waipouli, along Moana Kai Road, to the Lihi in Kapaʻa and on to Kuna Bay. The Lydgate Park portion consists of the section of path from the Kamalani Camp Ground area, through the park and along the Sports Fields and along Nalu Road, north along Wailua Beach and up along Papaloa Road. We would like to pass on the following information. With the safety of the path users in mind, we would like to please ask everyone to obey all county laws regarding the use of the pedestrian/bike path. The pedestrian/bike path and the area surrounding it are considered a county park. All laws governing our parks apply to all sections of the path whether the section is officially open or closed. Signs have been installed at the trailheads and access points to the pathway and more will follow. Motorized vehicles are not allowed to operate on or park on the path
The following are some of the laws governing the use of the designated dog portion of the path . Any dog handler with a dog utilizing the shared use path portion designated to allow dogs must:
- Be in command and control of dog at all times.
- Have no more than two (2) dogs under his control.
- Immediately remove his dog if it exhibits aggressive behavior.
- Visibly carry the necessary instruments required for the removal and disposal of dog feces.
- Pick up and dispose of any and all feces left by the dog.
- Have the dog wear at all times a valid current dog license tag that is clearly and visibly attached to the dog's collar.
- Have the dog on a leash that is no more that six (6) feet in length at all times. Retractable leashes shall not be allowed.
The following are some of the laws governing the use of the path:
- No Animals Are Allowed on the portion of the path located at Lydgate Park from Nalu Road (Lydgate Park rock sign) towards the ponds and pavilions.
- No Motorized Vehicles Are Allowed.
- No Camping Along the Path
- No Open Fires Allowed.
If you are issued a citation for any violations of our Parks Ordinances, you will be required to appear in court and can be penalized up to five hundred ($500.00) for each violation.
Bicyclists using the shared use path are required to stop at all posted Stop signs posted at all path crossing.
We hope you have a safe and enjoyable experience while using the path, Aloha.