The Association

The Waikōloa Village Association (WVA) was established to manage the WVA’s Amenites and future development. It also is responsible for enforcing a set of protective covenants and environmental rules and improvement standards that have been put in place to preserve residential property values. Annual Dues are less than $1,000.00 a year.
 
The WVA is made up of 3,037 residential units which are a mix of residential homes (60%), vacant lots (4%), multi-family town homes, condos, and apartments (36%). Most of our members are full-time residents (70%), or have long-term renters (16%). There are a few short term vacation rentals (3%).
 
The Association publishes a newsletter The Waikōloa Breeze once a month. The Breeze contains up to date information about Board Meeting Highlights, Committee Reports, Village News, Community Services, Clubs & Groups, and our Community Calendar. It is available for pick-up at the office, home delivery, and electronic delivery. 
 
History
Waikōloa Village was originally part of the historic Parker Ranch and was created by Boise-Cascade in 1971 as a golfing retirement community. Over the years, Waikōloa Stables has hosted rodeos, horse races, and festivals drawing thousands to the area, many of whom decided to settle in the Village.
 
The sections below contain brief summaries of the WVA Board, Committees, Governance Enforcement (ECD), and the New Homes or Property Improvements (ECC) process for the Association. The links directly below are quick links to each webpage. Click any of them for more information. 
 

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is a friendly group of homeowners who are elected to provide oversight to the WVA Office Staff who in turn manage day-to-day operations. Board Meetings are held in the Community Room on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 5:30 p.m (date may change on holidays). All owners are welcome and encouraged to attend. Meeting Documents such as the Agenda, Minutes and Reports are available online the Friday prior to each meeting
 
View Board of Directors Webpage (WVA Login Required)
 
 
Jeff Martin, President
Term Expires 2022
 
Lisa Worrells, Vice-President
Term Expires 2022
 
Rebe Sckrabulis, Secretary
Term Expires 2022
Kevin McLaughlin, Treasurer
Non-Acting Board Member
Doug Jones, Director
Term Expires 2023
Shelly Aina, Director
Term Expires 2022
David Berg, Director 
Term Expires 2023
 
Robert Yagi, Director
Term Expires 2022
If you would like to submit your comment or concern to the Board, please send them to gm@wvagolf.com

Committees

All WVA Committees are run by volunteers and are integral to the operations of the Association. Would you like to join a Committee? Email gm@wvagolf.com to inquire about volunteering today. You can view the committees' webpage by clicking the link at the bottom of this section. Some Committees have their own webpages. Those that do, are hyperlinked directly below. 
 
Standing Committees | Executive • ECC • Greens • Fiscal • Nominations & Elections 
Non-Standing Committees | Outreach Comittee • Firewise • Stables • Covenants & Bylaws Amendment Commitee
 
Please Note: The County of Hawaii has a program called the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP).  Any volunteer who is 55 or older, and is a part of this program, receives credit for their hours and a luncheon is held annually for those who volunteer 12 hours or more. Committee volunteer hours count towards RSVP.  Read more about RSVP.

Governance Enforcement | ECD

The Environmental Control Department (ECD) was established to enforce what is covered in the Declaration of Protective Covenants (CC&R's) for the purpose of enhancing and protecting the value, desirability, and attractiveness of the Village as a whole. The ECD handles all complaint calls pertaining to CC&R violations. 
 

New Home Construction or Property Improvement | ECC

As a WVA Member you should be aware, that under the Declaration of Protective Covenants (DOPC/CC&R's), the Environmental Control Committee (ECC) must pre-approve the appearance of all lot grading, new home construction, landscaping, and exterior property improvements and/or changes to existing homes (such as home remodels, decks, major landscaping changes, walls, fences, gates, accessory buildings, etc.). An application for a property improvement to an existing home, or for construction of a new home must be submitted to the ECC before making changes that alter the appearance of your property. 
 
Information and forms that you need for your property improvement project can be found on the ECC Webpage HERE.
 
The New Home Packet 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. It is highly recommended that members obtain this package before they engage an architect or start their new home project. Call the office 808-883-8888 or email ecc@wvagolf.com for to obtain the packet. The New Home Packet is not available online.  
 
Have ECC or ECD Related Questions? Call the office 808-883-8888 or email ecc@wvagolf.com for assistance. 
 

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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