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Phase 1 Planning Process Results

Purpose | Identify Priority Recovery Goals
  • We asked the question: "What changes and impacts from the Kīlauea eruption have you seen and/or experienced that have changed and/or affected the Puna CDP Goals?"
Reach | 1,000+ Community Members
  • We engaged community members between December 2018 - May 2019 through community-based non-profit organizations, schools, faith-based organizations, employers, farmer's markets and resident-organized talk story events.
Outcomes | High-Level Priority Recovery Goals
  • The high-level goal areas below were affirmed by the community and unanimously recommended as priority recovery goals by the Puna CDP Action Committee on May 21, 2019, with the following motion:

    The Puna CDP Action Committee affirms the PCDP priority goals -- Village Town Centers, Infrastructure, Natural & Cultural Resource Management, and Health & Well-Being -- that are consistent with its February 8, 2017, letter to the Planning Director and recommends these goals as priority recovery goals for the Kīlauea Eruption Recovery planning process.




 Residential & Economic Development  Livable Spaces  Putting 'Āina First  Resilient Health
Create Village Town Centers that provide residents with greater access to goods, services, educational resources, and economic opportunities in a thoughtful and sustainable manner, including options for marketing locally-produced products. Develop essential infrastructure to provide livable spaces, including increased road connectivity to provide alternative routes for emergency situations and managed traffic flow and increased internet connectivity to encourage employment, educational, and economic opportunities for residents. Preserve native ecosystems, maintain pono uses of natural resources, and protect increasingly threatened forests Promote the development of medical facilities and services, social services and programs, and family economic self-sufficiency services and programs to increase the mental, physical, emotional, and economic health and well-being of communities and families



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