Hawaii Reserves, Inc. manages property affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, primarily in the small community of Laie. Consequently, we frequently work with the following:
Brigham Young University Hawaii
BYU-Hawaii is a four-year comprehensive undergraduate university with a student body of approximately 2,400, about 46 percent of whom come from 70 different countries outside the United States, making it the highest per capita diversified school in the nation.
This calendar shows BYU-Hawaii and other community-related activities. It is updated each work day.
The world-famous PCC attracts almost one-million visitors to our small community every year. The Center, BYU-Hawaii and Hawaii Reserves work closely together.
The Laie Hawaii LDS Temple
Entrance inside the Temple is restricted to qualified members of the LDS Church, but the beautifully landscaped grounds and the recently renovated Visitors Center are open to the public. The LDS Family History Center, with online links to millions of genealogical records and access to other microfilm and microfiche records, is also located on the Temple grounds and is open to the public during posted hours.
LCA collectively represents the residents of Laie and participates in a wide range of activities, including the annual Laie Days celebration during the month of July.
Envision Laie represents a diverse group of residents and stakeholders of Laie and Ko'olau Loa working together to study Laie and plan for its future possibilities, a future that protects quality of life and emphasizes the values of the people who live in the Ko'olau Loa region.
Kaleo o Koolauloa (back issues)
Prior to the redesign of this website and the creation of its newsletter Ho'omua, HRI published monthly for nearly 10 years the Kaleo o Koolauloa newspaper (the "Voice of Koolauloa"). The community newspaper was hand-distributed free to all households and key locations in Laie, Kahuku and Hauula with an average distribution of about 3,700 per publication.