Our Neighborhood- The Mililani Community
Mililani is Castle & Cooke Hawaii's master-planned residential development adjacent to the Mililani Technology Park. A thriving community of over 37,000 residents, Mililani is a complete community with a variety of schools, churches, shopping centers, parks, recreation centers and a public library serving the area.
Mililani's high-quality lifestyle is reflected in its 1986 "All-America City Award." No other community in Hawaii has received this prestigious recognition.
The climate of Central Oahu, like the rest of the island, is mild.
Mililani is centrally located and served by the H-2 Freeway. It is less than 15 minutes from Honolulu International Airport and only 25 minutes from Downtown Honolulu.
The Mililani Town Association operates six recreation centers with a variety of programs and special amenities. A city-owned gymnasium also offers a wide range of opportunities. Youth sports leagues are extensive, well-organized and play a large role in the community.
- 6 recreation centers
- 5 swimming pools
- 12 tennis courts
- 15 parks
The Mililani area is served by:
3 shopping centers
3 drug stores
60 specialty stores
11 financial institutions
The homes in Mililani come in a range of floor plans and price levels. All homeowners belong to the Mililani Town Association, a nonprofit organization charged with maintaining the common areas and enforcing the design standards that help to maintain good property values in the community.
Central Oahu offers a highly skilled and readily available workforce for companies locating to Mililani Technology Park.
A study by Omnitrak Research Group revealed an employment base well educated and adept in technology-related skills. Of the approximately 65,000 adult workforce in Central Oahu:
50% have used a computer on the job
25% have a computer at home
46% have experience in jobs requiring fine work with the hands
29% currently work repairing electronic or mechanical equipment
37% are college educated (54% in Mililani)
These people are very anxious to work at Mililani Technology Park:
63% expressed interest in working at Mililani Technology Park
48% would leave their current job to do so
59% currently must work in Honolulu, though most would prefer to work closer to home