Do you know the people in your neighborhood? If not, but want to change that, there’s something you can do about it.
The Neighborhood Board Elections are currently underway.
It was created in 1973 under Mayor Frank Fasi. It was a way for the community to get involved in the decision making of government.
There are 33 Neighborhood Boards island-wide and 437 volunteer board members.
Voting started on April 26 and ends on May 17 at 11:59 p.m.
It is an online election.
Registered voters in contested race areas received a passcode in the mail. It is to be used to access the online election.
For those without access, or cannot use a computer, a paper ballot option was available.
Voters can vote on any computer or mobile device with internet access. Kapalama Hale, Kapolei Hale, KEY Project in Kahuluu and any State Library on Oahu with a public computer can be used as a voting station.
For more information, call 768-3710, or visit the website at www.honolulu.gov/nco