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Aloha and Welcome to the Kihei Villages Community website.
 
Here you will find the answers to common questions regarding the House Rules, have the ability to view and print common forms and requests, see upcoming events or meetings, post a classified ad, and so much more.
 
Just click on the area you choose to view. If you wish to request a classified ad, go to the classified area and click on the submit an advertisment.To contact the association, please use the Contact us page to do so.
 
Many areas do not require a log-in, for instance the forms and  House Rules sections is open to owners and tenants alike. For other areas such as Owner Documents you will be prompted to register as an owner for access.
 
Mahalo Kihei Villages AOAO 
  
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm, Closed weekends and Holidays. Security available on weeknights, 4pm to 8am and 24 hours on weekends and Holidays. 808-874-5454
 
~ News ~
New Informational Flyer Boxes
Posted on Mar 29th, 2017
New informational flyer boxes are being put up around property.  Please note that not all dumpster enclosures will have one, and some will be on free-standing posts closer to mailboxes.  Keep an eye on these boxes for informational updates.  
 
Property Signs
Posted on Mar 24th, 2017
New Building/Directional Signs have been installed around Property! Enjoy! 
 
 
Common Area Grounds Upgrades
Posted on Mar 20th, 2017
Check out our updated photo album of different areas that are being replaced.  
 
2017 Tenting/Fumigation Schedule
Posted on Dec 15th, 2016
Please click on link below to view the Tenting/Fumigation schedule for 2017.
 
 
Nylofume bags are available at the Office, for bagging food stuff and open medications/vitamins - anything that the factory seal has been open and is ingestible.  Clothing, bedding, cookware, etc. does not need to be bagged.  
 
*** Please note that Buildings 44 and 45 have been rescheduled for April 13, 2017.
       Building 48 has been rescheduled for March 23, 2017.
 
Solar Policy and Application
Posted on May 31st, 2016
The approved Solar Policy and Application are available to owners wishing to install solar to their unit.  Go to the "General Office and Request Forms" area in the leftmost column.  Click on "Solar"  and both items are there to view and/or print.
 

 
~ Notes from the Community Manager ~
Happy New Year!
I would like to take this time to wish all of you a happy and prosperous 2017. I would also like to welcome all the new owners to our community. I hope you will soon feel at home in your new surroundings and that you find much to enjoy and appreciate at Kihei Villages. After all, you are in paradise.     ALOHA!
 
Annual Owners' Meeting
The annual owners' and Board of Directors meeting will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Lokelani Intermediate School, 1401 Liloa Drive, Kihei, HI. Registration will begin at 8 am and the meeting begins promptly at 8:30 am. Among the purposes of the annual owners meeting is to elect Directors to fill the vacancies on the Board . I encourage all owners to attend.
 
Safety & Security
Due to the shear size of the property and the close proximity (ingress and egress) to the Pi'ilanai Highway, we have had some  issues with attempted vehicle thefts and a few unlawful entry into motor vehicles. We have also had issues with vehicles being "dumped" here after being stolen from other areas of the island. I have been working with MPD and have instructed security to increase the frequency of patrolling the property. Sandi and I actually caught a subject trying to steal a motorcycle. The following are a few reminders in helping us with this issue:
  • Lock your vehicles and do not leave valuables in plain view.
  • Motorcycles- Use a cable and padlock through the wheels. Do not count on a locked steering column to deter these individuals. You may contact the office for additional ideas on securing the bike.
  • This also includes bicycles. Make sure they are locked in the racks provided and not to the common areas.
  • If you see anyone walking or driving around property that looks suspicious, please do not hesitate in calling MPD and security. MPD is aware of the issues here and are providing additional patrols.
Together, we can provide a safe environment for the entire community.
 
BE SAFE!
Bob
 
 Never say" That won't happen to me." Life has a funny way of proving us wrong.      
 
 

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