Mililani sits on former plantation fields owned by Castle & Cooke, which began planning for its development in the early 1960’s. The plan was to make Mililani Town a satellite city that would satisfy Oahu’s pent-up demand for affordable housing. The first homes went on sale in 1968. By 1986, Mililani was named an All-America City, a distinction no other community in Hawaii has ever received. In 1992, the first homeowners moved into the newer more upscale Mililani Mauka east of the H-2 freeway. The third region of Mililani is Launani Valley, secluded below Mililani Tech Park with a mixture of townhouses, duplexes, and detached single-family homes.
People love living in Mililani because there are multiple parks, high-ranking public schools, seven recreation centers with pools, event spaces, indoor and outdoor basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, movie nights, swim lessons, yoga classes and a plethora of other activities. Mililani is a true neighborhood, lovingly maintained by the Mililani Town Association whose mission is to enhance the common areas, contribute to the homeowner's quality of life, and ensure fair and consistent application of the Association DCC&Rs for the purpose of maintaining property values. Mililani's location in the middle of the Island makes it easily accessible to all directions for work and play.
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