Government, including the City and County of Honolulu, the State of Hawaii, and the Federal government of the U.S., is well represented in Kapolei.
The City does much of its business at Kapolei Hale, the region’s satellite city hall. In addition to city hall services, the facility houses the departments of Human Resources, Information Technology, and Parks and Recreation.
The City also has a law enforcement presence at its Kapolei Regional Police Station.
The State of Hawaii’s footprint covers a broad range of government services being delivered at a number of locations across Kapolei.
State Office Building (Kakuhihewa) houses eight state departments.
Kalaeloa Barbers Point Harbor, the state’s second largest harbor.
Hale Kalaniana'ole, East Kapolei (Department of Hawaiian Home Lands)
Kapolei Judiciary Complex (Ronald T.Y. Moon Judiciary Complex) includes the Family Court, the Waianae District Court, and the Kapolei Juvenile Detention Center.
Department of Education (Leeward District schools – K-12)
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)’s new Honolulu Field Office is the first federal agency to be headquartered in Kapolei. The office has jurisdiction over Hawaii, Guam, and American Samoa.