SHOPO Hosts Kalihi Neighborhood Clean-Up
Police officers, residents, business owners unite to build neighborhood pride
Honolulu, HI – State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers (SHOPO) is sponsoring a neighborhood clean-up in the Kalihi neighborhood.
SHOPO members will be working alongside residents and business owners to paint over graffiti, pull weeds and cut back overgrown vegetation, remove trash and throw out illegally dumped large bulky items clogging some Kalihi sidewalks and public right-of-ways.
“This is a great neighborhood, home to many hardworking families and small businesses. They deserve a safe and clean environment to live, work and spend time together,” said Robert Cavaco, President of SHOPO. “We’re looking forward to working with our neighbors to restore some of the shine to the Kalihi neighborhood.”
Over seventy volunteers are confirmed for the event. You can access the event flyer here.
Robert Cavaco, President, SHOPO
Neighborhood Clean-Up of the Kalihi neighborhood. Volunteers will paint over graffiti, clean up illegal dumping and trash, as well as pull weeds/cut back overgrown vegetation. A thank-you lunch will be held immediately after the clean-up. Please call to arrange a time if interviews are wanted so we can connect you with groups in the field.
Sunday, May 22, 2022
7:00 AM Volunteer sign in
8:00 AM Clean up Begins
11:30 AM Lunch
Please call to arrange a time if interviews are wanted so we can connect you with groups in the field.
1717 Hoe Street
Honolulu, HI 96819
The State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers (SHOPO) represents over 2,600 police officers in the State of Hawaii. Our officers serve in the Honolulu Police Department, Hawaii County Police Department, Maui County Police Department, and Kaua’i County Police Department.