Aloha from Waialae Iki Ridge Community Association (WIRCA)
Waialae Iki Ridge, Units 1-5 are invited to the 2023 WIRCA Eggstravaganza!
When: Saturday, April 8, 2023
Time: 10 a.m. til noon
Where: Kamole Mini Park
- Egg hunts
- Face painting
- Hat/Costume contest with prizes
Meet your neighbors and the Easter Bunny at this family friendly event. Click here to RSVP and learn how you can help.
News & Events from the WIRCA Member Website
About Waialae Iki View Lots Units 2-4
The subdivision was originally known as Waialae Iki View Lots Units 1-4. We are a community of 625 homes, which runs from Kalanianaole Highway up to, but not including, the gated community at the top of the ridge. Waialae Iki Ridge Community Association represents Waialae Iki Units 2-4, starting right after the first water tower on Laukahi St.
Click here if you need information on the Waialae Iki Ridge community located behind the gates – Wai’alae Iki 5. That community is not represented within this website.
We are a quiet, yet vibrant mix of working families, retirees and military personnel. As the original community name states, our most valued tangible assets are our views. While our CC&R’s differ between the three units of the development, all are intended to preserve these striking views. Our Resources Page provides information on the specific similarities and difference. Our board and owners support the upholding of these CC&R’s to maintain our views and quality of life.
- Beautiful and dramatic views
- Quiet Streets
- A family-friendly environment
- Sunshine, rainbows, breezes and showers
- Caring neighbors
- An active and involved neighborhood association
If you’re looking for a place to live in East Honolulu, we encourage you to consider one of the homes on our ridge. Our organization does not keep records of homes for sale or rent, but you can click here to visit Zillow, or choose your favorite real estate search app. We have realtors who are specialists in the area. Look for the ads below.
PO Box 240911
Honolulu, HI 96824
Among the Safest Communities on Oahu
Crime rates in our community are typically lower than all the surrounding non-gated communities. The primary reason for this is our Security Patrol. Officers make random passes through our streets watching for unsafe conditions, and helping members with safety and security concerns. This patrol is paid for through the minimal dues, which are a fraction of the amount of the average gated community.
In addition to the security patrol, member dues pay for a small number of administrative expense, such as limited mailings, banking fees and maintenance of our website. The bulk of operations are done by our volunteer Board of Directors and Committees. WIRCA membership is not a requirement, but the vast number of the households opt to join.
WIRCA dues are the best value ever and I can’t understand why everyone doesn’t join!!!!!