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Department of Parks and Recreation
Michele K. Nekota Director Designate
Jeanne C. Ishikawa, Deputy Director

1000 Uluohia Street,
Suite 309
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Phone: (808) 768-3003
Fax: (808) 768-3053

The PEOPLE'S OPEN MARKET Programs on Saturdays

The Kamehameha POM

Kamehameha Community Park
800 North King Street
POM site is located mauka of the H-1 freeway and makai
of North School Street.  From the H-1 Freeway east or
west bound take the Likelike Highway off ramp.  Proceed
to the left lane and turn left on North School Street.  Turn
left at the next stop light on Leilani Street.  Parking is
limited on site.  There is some street parking nearby.


The Kalakaua POM

Kaumualii Street
at 700 Kalihi Street
POM site is mauka of Dillingham Boulevard and makai of North King Street on Kalihi Street. Street parking and parking at Kalakaua District Park lot on McNeil Street. Parking is also available at Kalakaua Intermediate School on Kalihi Street. This is the largest of the POM's. The POM is held on the "closed" to traffic portion of the tree-lined Kaumualii Str


The Kam IV POM

Kalihi Valley District Park
1911 Kam IV Road

From North School Street, go mauka past Dole Intermediate School and the Kalihi Police sub-station. Street parking with some parking on site.


The Hawaii Kai POM

Hawaii Kai Park-n-Ride
300 Keahole Street

From Kalanianaole Highway turn mauka into Keahole Street. The site is across City Mill and Costco. Parking in both "mauka" and "makai" lots of the City's Park-n-Ride facility. Last POM of the day but still lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.

The Salt Lake POM

Salt Lake Municipal Parking Lot
5337 Likini Street

From Salt Lake Boulevard (Peltier Avenue) turn into Ala Napunani Street then go two short blocks into Likini Street. Metered parking, parking meters MUST be fed - most of the meters are only a dime per hour. The neighborhood consists of a mixture of walk-in apartment and condo dwellers in the immediate area and the single family homeowners driving to the site. They also come from across the freeway, Moanalua area.


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Last Reviewed: Friday, April 12, 2013