Pi‘iholo Tree Removal, Road Closure to Start March 26

March 22, 2018, 6:10 AM HST · Updated March 22, 6:13 AM
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Emergency tree removal along Piʻiholo Road will begin on Monday, March 26, according to an announcement from the Department of Public Works.

Piʻiholo tree removal. PC: file (7.14.17) Susan Miller

The project will result in the closure of a portion of Piʻiholo from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, except weekends and most holidays. *(Please note that although March 26 is Kūhiō Day, a state holiday, work will still move forward)

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The project consists of cutting approximately 300 eucalyptus trees along Piʻiholo Road down to 1- to 2-foot-high stumps. Completion is set for June 2018.

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During the workdays approaching vehicles will be detoured onto Olinda Road. Three electronic signs will notify motorists of the Piʻiholo project, which is near the Piʻiholo Ranch Zipline.

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