*established 1979

 

 

Aloha Estates Association was established in 1979
for the orderly development of roads in Unit 1 (Roads 1 - 6) in the Aloha Estates subdivision in Mountain View, Hawai‘i.



Aloha Estates

Association

P.O. Box 566

Mt. View, HI

96771-0566

 

(808) 968-6897

 

info@alohaestates.org


 

ALOHA ESTATES ASSOCIATION

 

HELP KEEP ALOHA ESTATES SAFE

Aloha Estates community members can help keep the subdivision safe from crime and help prevent accidents.

 

Want to get involved?
Send an e-mail to info@alohaestates.org.

2018  OFFICERS   & BOARD   MEMBERS

President:

Grant Blakeman

 

Vice-President: John Pacheco

 

Asst. Treasurer/Secretary:

Mahealani Kane

 

Treasurer:

Leilani Kruger

 

Secretary:

Penny Blakeman

 

Board of Directors:

Kelvin Kane, Glen Barfield

 

Alternate Board Member: Barbara Levin, Tom Hoots

 

 

WARNING: LITTLE FIRE ANTS ARE HERE!
PLEASE CHECK MULCH OR ANY OTHER ORGANIC MATERIAL
THAT YOU BRING INTO OUR SUBDIVISION 
THAT IT IS FREE OF LITTLE FIRE ANTS. WE KNOW THIS IS NOT EASY, BUT WE ARE AT THE BEGINNING STAGES OF HARBORING THESE TINY TERRORS -THE INTRUSIVE LITTLE FIRE ANTS!

BIISC (BIG ISLAND INVASIVE SPECIES COMMITTEE)

WILL ASSIST US THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS BUT FIRST THEY NEED TO CONFIRM ITS PRESENCE. CHECK OUT THIS LINK AND NOTIFY AEA OR BIISC ASAP. 

 

http://www.biisc.org/lfa/

 

 

 

 

NOTICE

 

The Aloha Estates Association is made up of volunteer property owners.

 

Call 808-968-6987 for information. Leave a message. Someone will return your call as soon as possible. 

ATTENTION

A message from COUNTY OF HAWAII:

Hawai’i Volcano Observatory has cautioned about the possibility of an explosive eruption at Halemaumau. This is caused by the withdrawal of lava from Halemaumau’s summit lake, which leads to a steam-driven eruption. Such an eruption could generate ash plumes as high as 20,000 feet. The area affected by ash plumes could be as wide as 12 miles.

 

Should this occur, the following are advised:

  • The danger from this eruption is ash fallout. The major response is to protect yourself from fallout.
  • If this event occurs while you are at home, stay indoors with the windows closed. Turn on your radio and listen for updates from authorities.
  • If you are in your car, keep the windows closed. Ash fallout may cause poor driving conditions, due to limited visibility and slippery driving conditions. Drive with extreme caution, or pull over and park. After the hazard is passed, do check your home, and especially your catchment system, for any impact that may affect your water quality.

This is precautionary information for your safety in the event that there is a Halemaumau explosive event. We want everyone in the area to be ready, and to remain safe. Do keep yourself informed and on the alert.

CAUTION