Cities in Hawaii

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This page contains a list of cities in Hawaii, and other information about local governments.

Hawaii allows municipal charter cities and counties. There are 4 total counties in Hawaii, all of which are Charter/home-rule.[1]

There are 0 municipalities in Hawaii.[1]

Types of local government

There are four local governments in Hawaii. Of these, all four have charters. The only city in Hawaii is Honolulu which is consolidated with the county of Honolulu. The other counties are Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai.[2]

In addition, there are 17 special districts.[3]

Initiative process availability

See also: Laws governing local ballot measures in Hawaii

An initiative process is available in all four counties for citizens to propose ordinances and charter amendments (including the consolidated city-county of Honolulu). The process requirements are set by the county's respective charter.[4]

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As of the 2010 Census, there is one incorporated city in Hawaii. Population figures below are based on the updated estimates as of July 1, 2011.[5]

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