• Artmapper

    The mission of MOCA (Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts) is to promote the value of arts and culture throughout communities in the City and County of Honolulu. MOCA's objectives are to attain per-eminence in culture and the arts; to perpetuate the artistic and cultural heritages of its entire people; to promote a community environment, which provides equal and abundant opportunity for exposure to culture and the arts in all its forms; and to encourage and provide equal opportunity for the development of culture and the artistic talents of the people of Honolulu. Use this website on your smartphone to locate public artwork throughout Honolulu!
  • DaBus

    No more getting caught in the rain waiting for the bus! No more scratching your head and wondering if you had missed the bus! No more guessing when the next bus will arrive. The DaBus app takes the guess work out of catching the bus on the island of Oahu. It uses the near real-time arrival information, courtesy of the Oahu Transit Services, to provide the best estimated time on when the next bus will arrive. This app also tracks the current location of the bus you are interested using the GPS device installed on many of the buses. In addition, it also provides options to explore different bus routes and take a virtual ride to better understand its route. This app is fun, simple and intuitive to use. Best of all, it is absolutely FREE!
  • Adopt a Stream

    The Adopt-a-Stream app allows citizens to adopt a section of the stream in their neighborhood. They can improve water quality by participating in a cleanup event. These events help to protect Hawaii’s streams and ocean, which are homes for fish, plants, and other aquatic life, as well as fun places to play and relax. By signing up on the app, citizens will be notified of future cleanup events planned for their stream, to enable them to take an active role in the stewardship of their environment. Thus, supporting the development of everyday environmental heros. E Malama I Ka Wai Ola, Help Protect Our Waters… For Life.
  • Tsunami

    In the event of an emergency, time is of the essence. The Honolulu Tsunami Evacuation Zones app allows you to quickly and easily discover if you are in an tsunami evacuation zone. Search for your loved ones (via address) and share the app so they can do the same. It can even help you navigate to the nearest refuge or shelter.
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  • Honolulu 311 Honolulu 311

    CitySourced Honolulu 311 creates user generated data and is a real time mobile civic engagement platform. CitySourced Honolulu provides a free, simple, and intuitive platform empowering people to report broken streetlights, cracked sidewalks, derelict or abandoned automobiles, stored property violations, and more via your smartphone. A picture tells a thousand words and CitySourced Honolulu makes it snap.

  • Crime Incident Data Crime Incident Data

    Crime Incident data is an active feed provided by the Honolulu Police Department. It reflects historical data dating back to Aug 2012 to the present. The crimes reported include theft, larceny, burglary, motor vehicle theft, break-ins and vandalism. This data has been used by CrimeMapping.com to help law enforcement agencies such as the Honolulu Police Department provide the public with valuable information about recent crime activity in their neighborhood.

  • Rail Station Footprint Rail Station Footprint

    Station envelope footprints for the 21 Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project (HHCTCP) stations from East Kapolei to Ala Moana Center as presented in preliminary engineering (PE) drawings prepared for RTD/HART by Parsons Brinckerhoff and subconsultants in 2009/2010. These footrpints were traced in ArcMap over rubber-sheeted PE station area, architectural, and civil site plan drawings, and are not intended to be exact. To be used principally for station area land use planning.

  • Warning Sirens Warning Sirens

    Warning sirens data provides locations of all the sirens on the island of Oahu. The Adopt-a-Siren app uses this data and allows citizens to adopt a tsunami siren in their neighborhood. They will be able to take responsibility for the siren by checking to ensure its functionality and report on the status of the siren to the City. The application also allows citizens to name their siren and receive an email notification alerting them when the siren will be tested. Help save lives by keeping our sirens in top shape.

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