Hawaii

Top Cities

These are the major cities in Hawaii based on such criteria as the number of registered companies, business participants, and issued permits.

Top Names

The most popular names in Hawaii

John Lee — 86 persons
David Lee — 81 persons
David Smith — 72 persons
Richard Lee — 67 persons
Michael Wong — 66 persons
Michael Lee — 65 persons
Sung Kim — 62 persons
James Lee — 61 persons
Chong Kim — 59 persons
Robert Lee — 56 persons
Robert Miller — 53 persons
William Smith — 52 persons
William Lee — 52 persons
Karen Lee — 48 persons
John Smith — 45 persons
John Kim — 45 persons
Robert Young — 44 persons
Robert Johnson — 44 persons
Michael Kim — 44 persons
Christopher Lee — 43 persons
David Johnson — 43 persons
Michael Young — 43 persons
John Anderson — 42 persons
Michael Johnson — 42 persons
Richard Smith — 41 persons
Jung Kim — 40 persons
James Johnson — 40 persons
Cruz Dela — 40 persons
Daniel Lee — 39 persons
Robert Jones — 39 persons
Steven Lee — 38 persons
Sang Lee — 38 persons
William Wong — 37 persons
Michael Chang — 37 persons
Reyes Delos — 36 persons
David Williams — 36 persons
David Brown — 36 persons
James Oshiro — 36 persons
Sun Kim — 36 persons
Charles Smith — 36 persons
Michael Chun — 35 persons
Ronald Lee — 35 persons
David Young — 35 persons
John Martin — 34 persons
David Wilson — 34 persons
Hee Ah — 34 persons
Richard Ching — 33 persons
David Chang — 33 persons
James Wong — 32 persons
Young Park — 32 persons

Population

1.406M
Population
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The population of Hawaii is estimated to be 1.406 million people (2016).
Since 2010, it has increased by 45,998 people (approximately 3.4%). Neighboring states have the following population: currently, 3.939 million people live in Oregon (2.8% population growth since 2010), 0.733 million live in Alaska (3.3 % growth compared with the data for 2010).

Race and Ethnicity

Median Household Income

$69,515
Median Household Income
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The median household income in Hawaii is $69,515 (2016).
Since 2010, it has increased by $2,023 (3%). The highest median household incomes are in the following cities of Hawaii: Aiea ($95,428), Kapolei ($91,706), and Laie ($85,769). These are the median household incomes in the neighboring states: $72,515 in Alaska and $61,818 in California.

Median Property Value

$515,300
Median Property Value
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The median property value in Hawaii is $515,300 (2016).
These are the cities in Hawaii with the highest median property values: Hanalei ($1,807,700), Wailea-Makena ($929,900), Princeville ($803,700), Kula ($755,700), and Aiea ($688,800). Median home prices in nearby states include $385,500 in California, and $515,300 in Alaska.

Poverty Rate

7.7%
Poverty Rate
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A poverty rate shows the percentage of the poor among the entire population.
For the state of Hawaii, the estimated poverty rate is 7.73% (based on the data for 2016). Since 2010, this figure has increased by 0.11 percentage points. The official poverty rate in the U.S. is 12.7 percent (according to the U.S. Census Bureau for 2016). Thus, we see that Hawaii is below the national level based on this measure (for this indicator, lower is better). Neighboring Hawaii states have the following poverty level: the poverty rate in Oregon is 11.19%, in Alaska—6.98%.

Median Gross Rent

$1,438
Median Gross Rent
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In 2016, the median gross rent in Hawaii was estimated at $1,438 per month.
The following cities top the list of places with the highest median gross rent in Hawaii: Schofield Barracks ($2,419/mo), Kaaawa ($2,200/mo), Aiea ($2,133/mo), Paia ($1,915/mo), and Pearl City ($1,796/mo). For comparison purposes, we present data on median gross rent in neighboring states: in California renters pay $1,255/mo, in Alaska—$1,438/mo.

Rent Burden

33.4%
Rent Burden
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The estimated rent burden in Hawaii is 33.4% (based on Census records for 2016).
It is considered that if a household spends no more than 30 percent of its income on rent, utilities, and other building costs, such housing is affordable. Rental housing in Alabama is becoming less affordable. In 2010, the rent burden was lower and estimated at 33.3%. Compare the housing affordability in Hawaii and neighboring states: in California, the rent burden is 33.7%, in Oregon — 32.1%.

Share of Renter-Occupied Housing

43.1%
Share of Renter-Occupied Housing
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The share of renter-occupied housing units in Hawaii is 43.10%.
This figure has slightly increased compared to 2010, when 42.31% of houses and apartments were rented out. The following cities in Hawaii have the highest share of renter-occupied units: Schofield Barracks (99.79%), Maunaloa (68.91%), and Koloa (62.14%). Here's what rental market looks like in the nearby states: in California 45.67% of housing units are occupied by renters or tenants, in Oregon—38.72%.

Renter Occupied Households

49,552
Renter Occupied Households
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Experts estimate the number of renter occupied households in Hawaii at 49,552 units (based on Census and ESRI data for 2016).
In 2015, there were 49,081 of such households. Cities in Hawaii with the largest number of renter occupied households are the following: Hilo (6,035), Kihei (4,438), Kahului (3,504), Wailuku (2,354), and Lahaina (2,112). Here's what rental housing looks like in nearby states: there are 641,543 renter occupied households in Oregon and 641,543 households in Alaska.

Evictions

201
Evictions
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The total number of eviction judgments in Hawaii is 201 (2016).
In 2015, there were 195 evictions. Thus, we observe an increase of 3.1%. In the neighboring states, the picture is as follows: 41,178 evictions were conducted in California, 7,038 evictions were conducted in Oregon.

Eviction Filings

263
Eviction Filings
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There were 263 eviction cases filed in Hawaii in 2016.
There were 257 of such cases in 2015 (growth of 6 filings, or 2.3% up). Nearby states recorded the following stats: 18,805 cases were registered in Oregon, 2,064 in Alaska (data for 2016).

Major Cities (population)

The Hawaii major cities are presented below statically. The majority of the state residents live in these cities. Furthermore, these cities issued the largest number of permits and registered the largest number of businesses.

Honolulu (374,359)
Hilo (45,380)
Ewa Beach (14,287)
Waipahu (41,165)
Kailua (11,975)
Kaneohe (33,654)
Pearl City (47,021)
Waianae (13,632)
Kapolei (18,737)
Aiea (9,262)
Wailuku (16,064)
Kihei (22,401)
Kahului (28,476)
Kapaa (10,794)
Makawao (6,523)
Lahaina (12,118)
Wahiawa (17,484)
Kula (7,478)
Waimanalo (6,164)
Lihue (7,360)
Waimea (9,212)
Haleiwa (3,576)
Waialua (3,690)
Keaau (2,415)
Kalaheo (4,358)
Koloa (2,623)
Captain Cook (4,594)
Kilauea (3,208)
Paia (2,561)
Princeville (2,400)
Hauula (3,755)
Honokaa (2,359)
Laie (5,644)
Kekaha (2,915)
Kahuku (2,513)
Kealakekua (1,894)
Hanapepe (2,630)
Kaunakakai (3,544)
Hanalei (210)
Lanai City (3,519)
Kaaawa (1,139)
Papaikou (1,234)
Eleele (2,604)
Pepeekeo (1,681)
Kapaau (1,851)
Anahola (1,951)
Holualoa (8,390)
Volcano (2,430)
Naalehu (847)
Lawai (2,253)
Hana (1,258)
Hawi (1,345)
Kurtistown (1,070)
Paauilo (633)
Kualapuu (1,998)
Maunaloa (431)
Honomu (364)
Pahala (1,405)
Pukalani (8,072)

All Cities

This is a general list of cities in Hawaii. It contains big cities and small towns sorted alphabetically. Select a city to view information about its population, economics, and businesses.

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City Population Contact info for Businesses Business Associates License Holders UCC Filings Registered Parcel Owners
1 Honolulu 374,359 366,100 2,193 3,597 3,854 766 469
2 Pearl City 47,021 31,143 24 117 184 26 17
3 Hilo 45,380 43,169 52 227 418 35 17
4 Waipahu 41,165 50,772 55 51 234 30 20
5 Kaneohe 33,654 44,717 58 81 405 23 35
6 Kahului 28,476 16,938 45 97 74 25 7
7 Kihei 22,401 29,856 164 344 286 81 50
8 Schofield Barracks 20,858 18
9 Kapolei 18,737 25,671 71 96 252 36 52
10 Wahiawa 17,484 6,373 2 18 29 3 1
11 Wailuku 16,064 21,245 35 190 149 28 12
12 Ewa Beach 14,287 41,158 35 49 186 14 38
13 Waianae 13,632 26,524 11 41 142 20 9
14 Lahaina 12,118 20,800 83 215 306 54 23
15 Kailua 11,975 49,003 130 453 535 80 123
16 Kapaa 10,794 15,528 32 118 135 13 16
17 Aiea 9,262 33,455 74 72 268 43 30
18 Waimea 9,212 2,613 37 34 16 25 1
19 Holualoa 8,390 304 2 5
20 Pukalani 8,072
21 Haiku-Pauwela 7,846 4,258 46 69 42 6 4
22 Kula 7,478 5,770 21 80 55 3 10
23 Lihue 7,360 3,298 8 38 42 5 3
24 Wailea-Makena 6,589 24 1 2 3
25 Makawao 6,523 15,352 46 115 121 12 11
26 Waikoloa Village 6,350 1,973 14 28 17 2 1
27 Waimanalo 6,164 6,312 7 15 44 2
28 Laie 5,644 3,032 8 13
29 Captain Cook 4,594 2,126 6 12 28 2 2
30 Kalaheo 4,358 3,656 5 23 56 1 8
31 Hauula 3,755 1,993 2 7 13 5 1
32 Waialua 3,690 4,774 4 13 32 2
33 Haleiwa 3,576 5,259 26 30 95 11 7
34 Kaunakakai 3,544 331 1 4 8 1
35 Lanai City 3,519 215 1 2
36 Kilauea 3,208 2,109 18 40 26 4
37 Mountain View 3,088 168 2 1 1
38 Kekaha 2,915 557 1 2 10
39 Hanapepe 2,630 394 2 3
40 Koloa 2,623 4,117 16 44 45 5 3
41 Eleele 2,604 101 1 13
42 Paia 2,561 2,280 16 40 17 3 4
43 Kahuku 2,513 1,351 2 3 13 5 1
44 Volcano 2,430 52 1
45 Keaau 2,415 2,051 3 5 13
46 Princeville 2,400 2,235 20 40 17 8 1
47 Honokaa 2,359 884 5 4 11 1
48 Lawai 2,253 38 1 3
49 Kualapuu 1,998 7 1
50 Anahola 1,951 79 2
51 Kealakekua 1,894 707 5 12 6 1
52 Kapaau 1,851 135 1 1
53 Pepeekeo 1,681 304
54 Pahala 1,405 2
55 Hawi 1,345 24 3
56 Hana 1,258 7 1 2
57 Papaikou 1,234 198 1 2 3 1
58 Kaaawa 1,139 701 1 4 7 1
59 Kurtistown 1,070 7
60 Naalehu 847 45
61 Paauilo 633 7 1
62 Maunaloa 431 14
63 Honomu 364 8 2 1
64 Hanalei 210 255 1 3 6
65 Hōlualoa 528 9 5 8
66 Nīnole 1
67 Kailua-Kona 12,752 162 169 31 66 13
68 Paauhau 1
69 Kealia 22
70 Pāhoa 3,516 14 11 6 9
71 Hakalau 2 1 1
72 Pāhala
73 TRIPLER ARMY MEDICAL CENTER 9 2 2
74 Ocean View 17
75 Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam 16 2 1 1
76 Wahiawā 3,198 7 83 76 6 4
77 Mililani 44,525 64 62 265 29 66
78 Hāna 48 1 2 3
79 Līhu?e 3,165 7 49 78 11 5
City Population Contact info for Businesses Business Associates License Holders UCC Filings Registered Parcel Owners
Last updated on April 06, 2020 at 5:00 AM (PST)

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