HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - What views in urban Honolulu should be preserved?
That’s what the city hopes to glean from a new online survey of residents.
The survey is being conducted as part of a study to determine the key views of natural and man-made features in the urban core that need to be protected.
The city said the survey’s results will be used to help decision-makers “give due consideration to the preservation of valued public views when making land use decisions.”
"As our central core area ― from Diamond Head to Red Hill ― matures, we need to continue to protect those views that help define the form of our city, provide us with wayfinding clues, and symbolize our unique history and culture,” said Kathy Sokugawa, acting DPP director, in a news release.
To take the survey, click here.