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COVID-19 Update

Aloha MTA.

The following is the most current information as of 9/13/20.  Please check our website for updates as things change.  We will continue to adjust business operations and policies as needed.  The following actions will affect some of our homeowners:

  • Beginning September 14th, rec centers 1, 2 and 7 pools will be open for lap swim only, one person per lane only, from 7am to 7pm, seven days a week (subject to maintenance closures).  See emergency rules for specifics.
  • Rec 3 is open for the walk up window only, from 7am to 7pm, seven days a week, closed holidays.  Drop offs and mail are accepted.
  • All outdoor open areas are open for exercise, no groups allowed.  This includes Ravine Park, Triangle Park (Ukuwai and Ko’olani), and the exercise equipment by the Mauka Sign.  The Ku’ulako Tot Lot remains closed.  Be aware that HPD may issue citations for groups of 2 or more, even if from the same household.
  • All MTA and independent contractor classes, hall rentals, and meetings are canceled for September and October.
  • All September and October special events are canceled.
  • Tiny Tots and Seniors are canceled for September and October.  Due to social distancing requirements, it may be many months before these programs return.
  • All swim lessons and water aerobics are canceled for September and October.  It is doubtful swim lessons and water aerobics will return while social distancing requirements are in place.
  • The MTA Admin office phone (623-7300) is answered M-F, from 8am to noon, and 1pm to 4:30pm.  The building is closed to walk-in customers.  All departments will be doing all functions Monday through Friday, much of it remotely from home.  Landscaping and Maintenance staff are working on site full-time.
  • Design applications are accepted via mail or email.  You may also drop-off applications at rec 3.
  • Email remains the best method of contact.
  • Any further government mandated or recommended guidance will be reviewed, and may change the aforementioned dates.
  • Management is continuously monitoring the CDC for updates or required changes to procedures, and will err on the side of caution, in order to protect our homeowners and employees.

We will continue to make adjustments as needed, with the number one priority being the safety of our homeowners, and all employees.  If you have any questions, please contact Dave O’Neal, General Manager, at .


September 13, 2020