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  • chevron_right2023 WVA Dues Terms and Conditions
    The HOA dues for the Waikōloa Village Association are $960.00 for 2023.
     
    To make a payment online, click here.
     
    Payment of Dues, while due on January 1, 2023, must be received by January 31, 2023. As in years past, members may choose to split the payment of their Annual Membership Due by making a payment of 50% or $480.00 in January 2023 and the remaining $480.00 in July 2023.
     
    Please note, however, that for those members choosing to take advantage of splitting their dues into two payments, the Board of Directors has approved the addition of a $10.00 service fee to be added to cover the additional administrative cost for handling the split payments and issuance of a second set of amenity cards. The $10.00 fee will be assessed upon receipt of your 1st payment made in January and will be due payable with your July statement and payment.
     
    Your HOA dues may be paid by cash, check or credit card at the WVA Administration Office during normal business hours. You may also pay online by clicking here. If you decide to make a payment at the WVA office, please be prepared to possibly have to wait in the event other members are making their payment at the same time.  Check payments can also be mailed to the WVA Office or sent via the deposit envelope accompanying your account statements.  We do not accept payments over the phone.
     
    Payments are due no later than January 31, 2023 to avoid late fees and penalty.
  • chevron_rightI moved.
    Please let the WVA know if you've had a change of address. Use the Contact Form.
  • chevron_rightI need an amenity card.
    You can get a replacement card or new cards for your tenants by filling out this form
CC&R Violation
ECC
  • chevron_rightWhere do I get the new home packet?
    The New Home Package gives WVA members, who plan to build a new home in the Village, all of the information and forms that are required for the ECC’s home review and approval processes.
    Contact:
    Kimo Santos, ECD Manager
    Office: 808-883-8888
    Email:  ecc@wvagolf.com
Fire
Noise
  • chevron_rightHow do I report a noisy / barking dog?
    What is a Noisy Dog?
    Without provocation:
    - A dog barking continuously for 10 minutes or intermittently for 20 minutes within a 30 minute
    period. Read more HERE.
     
    Step One: Please contact the dog owner
    Step Two: Contact the Hawaii Rainbow Rangers (formerly the Waimea Humane Society): 808-666-9589
    Step Three: In accordance with Hawaii County Code §4-24 and 4-25, when the dog is actively barking and exceeding the time limits, report the incident to the police non emergency number 808-935-3311.
  • chevron_rightWhat do I do about noise?
    Check out the County Noise Reference Manual
Safety

Waikōloa Village Association

Monday - Friday 8a - 4 p
(Closed for Lunch 12:30p - 1p)

68-1792 Melia St.
P.O. Box 383910
Waikoloa, HI 96738

(t) 808.883.9422

The Village Course

Open 7 Days a Week
Pro Shop is open 6am-6pm

68-1798 Melia St.
P.O. Box 383910
Waikoloa, HI 96738

(t) 808.883.9621

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Waikōloa Village Stables

Open 7 Days a Week

68-1936 Melia St.
P.O. Box 383910
Waikoloa, HI 96738

(t) 808.883.9422

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Waikōloa Village Aquatic Center

Open 7 Days a Week | 6a - 7p

68-1792 Melia St.
P.O. Box 383910
Waikoloa, HI 96738

(t) 808.883.9704

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Waikōloa Village Tennis Courts

Open 7 Days a Week | 6a - 7p

68-1792 Melia St.
P.O. Box 383910
Waikoloa, HI 96738

(t) 808.883.9704

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