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A list of Hawaii events and services canceled or postponed due to approaching Hurricane Douglas

  • JAMM AQUINO / 2018
                                A Hawaiian Airlines B-717 takes off at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Hawaiian Airlines is canceling all neighbor island and mainland flights to and from Hawaii on Sunday.

    JAMM AQUINO / 2018

    A Hawaiian Airlines B-717 takes off at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Hawaiian Airlines is canceling all neighbor island and mainland flights to and from Hawaii on Sunday.

  • BRUCE ASATO / JUNE 28
                                Bicyclists, walkers and joggers along Kalakaua Avenue for Kalakaua Open Street Sunday in Waikiki. The event has been canceled this weekend.

    BRUCE ASATO / JUNE 28

    Bicyclists, walkers and joggers along Kalakaua Avenue for Kalakaua Open Street Sunday in Waikiki. The event has been canceled this weekend.

Editor’s Note: Bookmark this page. This story will be updated as cancellations and postponements are announced due to the approaching hurricane. Email cityeditors@staradvertiser.com with any announcements.

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EVENTS AND ATTRACTIONS

Statewide:

>> The state Legislature offices will be closed Monday. Offices will reopen on Tuesday.

>> All state forest lands will be closed Sunday. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Division of Forestry and Wildlife advised the public to avoid travel and other activities in forest reserves, game management areas reserves, wilderness preserves and on Na Ala Hele trails.

>> All state public libraries are closed.

>> University of Hawaii Oahu and Kauai campuses will be closed Monday. UH campuses on Maui and Hawaii island will reopen Monday.

Closed campuses and centers are:

University of Hawaii at Manoa

University of Hawaii West Oahu

Kapiolani Community College

Windward Community College

Honolulu Community College

Kauai Community College

Leeward Community College

Waianae Moku Education Center

>> Judiciary facilities on Oahu and Kauai will be closed Monday. Hearings or trials canceled due to the hurricane will be rescheduled to the next available date.

>> The Department of Education schools and offices in the City and County of Honolulu and Kauai County will be closed Monday. HIDOE schools and offices in Hawaii island and Maui counties will remain open.

Oahu:

>> Kalihi-Palama Health Center will be closed Monday. The health center will reopen Tuesday. For more information call (808) 848-1438.

>> After-Hours Care Clinic at Moanalua Medical Center closed Sunday. Moanalua Medical Center remains open and operational.

>> The Honolulu Planning Commission public hearing scheduled for Monday has been canceled. No new date for the hearing has been set.

>> The City and County of Honolulu’s legislative branch will be closed Monday.

The legislative branch includes:

Honolulu City Council

Office of the City Clerk

Office and City Council Services.

>> Voter Service Centers at Honolulu Hale and Kapolei Hale will be closed Sunday. Reopening day and time have yet to be announced.

>> City and County of Honolulu offices will be closed Monday.

>> International Market placed closed Sunday. For more information go to www.shoptinternationalmarketplace.com

>> Ala Moana Center closed Sunday. It will reopen Monday and resume hours from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

>> The Honolulu Museum of Art will close at 4 p.m. today and remain closed Sunday through Wednesday, reopening Thursday.

>> The City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Transportation Services has canceled Sunday’s Kalakaua Open Street.

>> Pearl Harbor Visitor Center will be closed Sunday and Monday.

>> USS Arizona Memorial programs are suspended today.

>> Honolulu Zoo will be closed Sunday. Normal zoo closure days are Mondays and Tuesdays.

>> Waikiki Aquarium will be closed Sunday.

>> Municipal golf courses on Oahu will be closed Sunday and Monday.

>> Iolani Palace will be closed for tours on Saturday and reopen on Friday, July 31. Guests with confirmed reservations will receive full refunds or the option to reschedule their tour to a later date. For more information, contact the Iolani Palace reservations office at (808) 522-0832.

>> The Battleship Missouri Memorial and Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum will be closed on Sunday.

>> The Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace will be closed Sunday.

>> No camping will be allowed on Oahu starting today. All state parks will close beginning Sunday until an all-clear is given and storm damage assessments have been conducted.

>> All City and County of Honolulu beach parks including shoreline parks such as Ala Moana Beach Park and Kualoa Regional Park will be closed Sunday. Officials will determine whether beach closures need to be extended based on weather forecast models in the coming days.

>> All permitted city park events that include picnics and sports events and competitions are canceled Sunday and Monday.

>> Honolulu Botanical Gardens, Koko Head Shooting Complex and city pools will be closed Sunday and Monday.
>> People’s Open Markets are canceled Sunday and Monday.

>> Waimea Valley will be closed Sunday and Monday. The Oahu attraction will reopen Tuesday if there is no major damage to the area.

>> Aloha Home Market in Kailua has rescheduled this weekend’s markets to Aug. 9.

Maui:

>> Maui Lani Medical Office Same Day Care Clinic closed Sunday.

>> All landfills and recycling centers will be closed Monday. There will be no curbside trash pickup.

>> All county parks and pools will remain closed until further notice, as well as the Waiehu Municipal Golf Course.

>> Haleakala National Park will temporarily close starting at 5 p.m. today until further notice. All sunrise reservations scheduled for Sunday and Monday have been canceled.

>> All state parks on Maui are closed today.

Kauai:

>> State parks will be closed on Sunday. All campers in Kalalau are instructed to hike out of the valley. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Conservation and Resources Enforcement Division will also instruct all campers at Polihale State Park to vacate on Sunday.

>>The Kauai Bus will suspend service early Sunday due to Hurricane Douglas.

The final trips for each route are as follows:

Route 200, Lihue to Kekaha: 9:20 a.m.

Route 500, Lihue to Hanalei: 9:30 a.m.

Route 100, Kekaha to Lihue: 10:15 a.m.

Route 30, Koloa Shuttle: 10:15 a.m.

Route 400, Hanalei to Lihue: 10:15 a.m.

Route 60, Kapahi Shuttle: 10:28 a.m.

Route 70, Lihue Shuttle: 10:55 a.m.

Call (808) 246-8110 or visit facebook.com/CountyofKauai for more information.

Hawaii island:

>> All state parks on the east side of the island from MacKenzie State Park to Kalōpā State Park are closed today.

>> Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will reopen at Sunday at noon. There are no reports of damage to the park. The Kahuku Unit will remained closed for Sunday.

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

>> The landfill and refuse transfer stations will be closed Sunday at noon. Refuse service collection has been postponed until Friday.

>> TheBus and TheHandi-Van will end service Sunday at noon. Riders are asked to visit thebus.org for further updates.

>> Maui Bus routes will be suspended starting Sunday. The Maui Bus Fixed Route, Paratransit, Commuter and Human Services Transportation services will be suspended.

>> Garbage pickup and all bulky item pickup on Oahu are canceled on Monday. All refuse convenience centers, transfer stations and the Waimanalo Gulch landfill will be closed Sunday and Monday.

>> Summer Fun Program has been canceled Monday.

>> All city camping permits will be suspended through Wednesday, July 29. There are 16 campgrounds with 87 campsites. Anyone who registered for those camping permits will receive an email and qualify for a permit fee refund.

>> The House Select Committee on COVID-19 Economic and Financial Preparedness meeting at 10 a.m. Monday is postponed to a date and time to be determined.

>> The Ambulatory Care Center and all VA Pacific Islands Health Care System Community Based Outpatient Clinics will be closed for face-to-face appointments from Saturday, through Monday. However, all Telephone and Veteran Video Connect (VVC) appointments will continue as scheduled. Face to face appointments will be converted to Telephone or VVC if appropriate. Call 1-800-214-1306 for more information.

ORGANIZATIONS AND BUSINESSES

>>Alaska Airlines has canceled Sunday evening flights between Seattle and Honolulu. Afternoon flights will be operating. Travelers can check their flight status at alaskaair.com/flightstatus.

>> The Bishop Museum will be closed starting Sunday. Updates on its reopening can be found at bishopmuseum.org.

>> All YMCA of Honolulu Branches will be closed on Sunday. On Saturday, YMCA will decide whether to extend the closure to all its branches along with Summer Day Camps, YMCA Feed Kids Grab and Go sites through Monday.

>> Hawaiian Airlines has canceled all neighbor island flights on Sunday in addition to select Saturday flights between Honolulu, Maui and Hawaii island. In addition, all Sunday flights between Hawaii and the mainland including Los Angeles, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco and Seattle have been.

The airline said it will provide guests the flexibility to change flights without fees. All travelers are advised to monitor their flight status at HawaiianAirlines.com/flight-status. Click here for updates on flight information.

>> Bank of Hawaii’s Call Center operations will close at noon Sunday and reopen at 7 a.m. Monday.

>> All UFC gyms will be closed Sunday.

>> All 24 Hour Fitness locations will be closed Sunday.

>> Zippy’s Restaurants will temporarily close statewide. The Kahului location has closed, and 21 Oahu locations closed 11 a.m. Sunday. Last online orders will be accepted until 10 a.m. Sunday. The Prince Kuhio Plaza location is open with regular hours.

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