The U.S. Department of the Interior's Office of Native Hawaiian Relations and Bureau of Land Management Cadastral Survey Program's California & Hawai‘i Office, in cooperation with the State of Hawai‘i's Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, are conducting a boundary survey of Hawaiian home lands.
The boundary survey will:
Nānākuli (white lines)
Lualualei (red lines)
Wai‘anae (red lines)
Project Phase I - Nānākuli, Lualualei, Wai‘anae
Phase I of this Federal Boundary Survey Project begins with Hawaiian home lands in Nānākuli, Lualualei, and Wai‘anae as identified in the maps. The boundary lines that will be field surveyed by local land surveying contractor ControlPoint Surveying, Inc. are identified in white on the Nānākuli map; red on the Lualualei map; and red on the Wai‘anae map. For a closer look, the maps may be opened as larger images in another browser tab or window.
Activities and Projected Timelines
March - April 2019
November - December 2019
March 19, 2020
Additional Information and Updates
For more detailed information about the Federal Boundary Survey Project, please follow the links below.
This page and its links will be updated as the Project progresses.
Presentations the Office has given about this Project are listed in reverse chronological order so that the most recent and updated version appears at the top. We will continue to revise the presentation and our webpages to be responsive to the issues raised and questions asked.
Background and Related Links
Technical Documents Links