HONOLULU (KHON2) — There are several City and County of Honolulu operations and County of Kaua’i facilities that will be closed on Friday, Aug. 19, to observe the Statehood Day holiday.

The City’s operations holiday schedule is as follows:

  • Emergency medical services, fire, lifeguards, medical examiners, and police services will be available.
  • TheBus will operate on a state holiday schedule. Visit thebus.org for route and schedule information as well as guidelines for riders.
  • Refuse will be collected and transfer stations, convenience centers, H-POWER, and the Waimānalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill are open. Visit honolulu.gov/opala for information.
  • Parks and botanical gardens are open. Visit honolulu.gov/parks for guidelines on using parks.
  • Municipal golf courses are open. Visit honolulu.gov/des/golf for revised play information.
  • The Honolulu Zoo will be open. Visit honolulu.gov/zoo for more information.
  • The Neal S. Blaisdell Center box office will be closed. Visit blaisdellcenter.com/ for more information.
  • People’s Open Markets will not be held.
  • The COVID-19 Response Line (808-768-CITY) will be closed.
  • All satellite city halls and driver licensing centers will be closed.
  • The City and County of Honolulu’s COVID-19 testing site at Honolulu Hale will be closed.

The City’s traffic and parking regulations will be in effect:

  • Motorists are cautioned that parking will be restricted in Lanikai over the three-day holiday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • On-street parking will be free, except for the meters on Kalākaua Avenue along Queen Kapi‘olani Park, metered parking lots, and meters on specific Waikīkī streets. View the list of Waikīkī streets here.
  • Traffic lanes will not be coned for contraflow.

Here is the following facilities that will be closed on Kauai:

  • COVID-19 mobile testing at the Kalāheo Neighborhood Center;
  • COVID-19 testing at the Kaua‘i War Memorial Convention Hall;
  • All neighborhood centers;
  • The Puhi Metals Recycling Center;
  • The Reynolds Recycling HI5 Redemption Center in Līhu‘e;
  • The Kekaha Landfill;
  • All refuse transfer stations; and
  • The Waimea swimming pool.