Mililani Town, the crown jewel of central Oahu, was once a huge collection of pineapple fields until Castle & Cooke began development in the 1960s to construct a new suburban region to suit the island’s extensive housing demands. They developed, a master-planned community with close-knit neighbors and a welcoming atmosphere was born.

To keep the neighborhood secure and well-kept, and to sustain high property values in the community, the Mililani Town Association has developed a set of regulations and principles. The organization also runs seven recreation centers (several with tennis courts), organizes a variety of family events and activities, and has implemented a neighborhood watch program. Swimming, martial arts, hula, tennis, dance, exercise, and health classes are among the activities offered, as are specific activities for elders and small children.

Other amenities include a 72-par, 18-hole golf course and a shopping complex to cater to residents’ recreational interests. WalMart, Star Market, and Longs Drugs are just a few of the mega-stores in Mililani Town Center. There are also over a dozen restaurants, beauty and health establishments, retail boutiques, and a movie theater with leather reclining seats. Mililani Middle School and Mililani High School are all served by the Mililani complex, which includes multiple elementary schools.

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