Emergency Order for O‘ahu extended through July
Mayor Kirk Caldwell today announced that the City and County of Honolulu’s proposal to Governor David Ige has been approved to extend the Emergency Order on O‘ahu through July 31. The Mayor’s Emergency Order No. 2020-17 (Ho‘oulu i Honolulu 4.0) can be found here.
“Keeping everyone on O‘ahu safe is our priority,” said Mayor Caldwell.
“Extending our Emergency Order allows us to carefully get more of our island back to work and to a more open way of life while keeping measures in place that protect everyone in our island community.”
The emergency period on O‘ahu is now set to expire on July 31, aligning with the Governor’s Ninth Supplemental Proclamation.