Nanawale Community Association, Inc.
14-855 Kehau Street
RR3 Box 2250
Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
Phone 808-965-8080 / Fax 808-965-6664
bizoffice@nanawalecommunity.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.    How do I find Nanawale Estates? 
Q.    Is membership in the association mandatory?
Q.    How do I know if property is in Nanawale Estates
Q.    How much are the Association dues?
Q.    What do I need to know before building a home?
Q.    Are multiple family dwellings allowed on NCA lots?
Q.    Who can use NCA facilities?
Q.    How do I gain access?
Q.    Where can I find the Bylaws, CC&Rs and other Association documents?


Q.    How do I find Nanawale Estates?
A.    From Hwy 11, turn on to Hwy 130 (Kehau & Pahoa Hwy).  Continue on Hwy 130 until it intersects with Hwy 132 (Kapoho-Pahoa) – turn left.  Proceed on Hwy 132, approximately 1 mile.  Turn left onto Nanwale Blvd.  The Longhouse is located at the intersection of Nanawale Blvd. and Kehau Street. Click here to see a Google Map of Nanawale Estates.

Q.    Is membership in the association mandatory?
A.    Yes, if you purchase property within our boundaries, you automatically become a member of the Association.

Q.    How do I know if property is in Nanawale Estates?
A.    If you are purchasing property through a Real Estate Company, they should provide you with all related information. You can also check with the County Planning Department or call our business office.  Click here to see street map of Nanawale Estates.

Q.    How much are the Association dues?
A.    The Annual Assessment for 2017 is $ 99.00 per lot, due on January 1, 2017.  Property owners are notified before any fee increase.

Q.    What do I need to know before building a home?
A.    The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) sets forth the requirements for building.  Plans need to be brought to the Business Office for Architectural Review & approval, the builder must show proof of a building permit.  The minimum square footage for a house is 880 sq. feet.

Q.    Are multiple family dwellings allowed on NCA lots.
A.    All lots are for single family residence purposes only.

Q.    Who can use NCA facilities?
A.    Any member, his or her family, guests or tenants are entitled to use all common areas, subject however, to rules and regulations adopted by the Board of Directors.

Q.    How do I gain access?
A.    You will need to complete and application and return it to the NCA Longhouse.  A pool card will be issued.

Q.    Where can I find the Bylaws, CC&Rs and other Association documents?
A.    Association Documents can be found on this web site or you may come in to the office for a copy.