This Official Hawaii HI Roadside Memorial Registry page will allow you to register, plot, pin point and pay tribute to your loved one(s) Roadside Memorial for the State of Hawaii HI. The regulation, rules, laws, policy, procedures and or guidelines etc information provided below for the Hawaii HI State Roadside Memorials is ever changing and we will do our best to maintain this information for you. If you have new or updated regulation information that we have not posted, please let us know HERE.
Roadside Memorials are allowed in Hawaii and legal ONLY for 30 days with guidelines and then they need removed. Does this mean that you can put it back up a few days later and still be good to go in Hawaii, we are not sure. But we would suggest that you don’t over do it when building your Roadside Memorial in Hawaii if you plan on squeezing by the 30 days rule or it will draw attention and complaints.
About the only info on Hawaii HI Roadside Memorials that we can readily find was that they are allowed for 30 Days only built and along with some of the below stipulations for safety. There is no official legislation dedicated to Roadside Memorials in Hawaii to date, so see the below and build your roadside memorial within reason as so not draw a TON of information and DO NOT erect it in a bad or dangerous location.
The Hawaii HI DOT’s policy imposes these conditions on Roadside Memorials, 30 days MAX:
The Hawaii HI Roadside Memorial should be placed as far away from the roadway as possible, not obstructing pedestrians or areas where cars might need to pull off the road.
No Roadside Memorials shall be placed on any interstate or freeway, including any on ramp or off Roadside ramp.
Roadside Memorials may consist of photos no larger than 81/2 inches by 11 inches; cut flowers and leis; and other items that do not create a hazard.
Families will be asked to remove the Roadside Memorial within 30 days. If not, the DOT “;will need to remove the memorial.
Hawaii HI Roadside Memorial Media Release
Hawaii Island police are urging the public to be aware of hazardous conditions at roadside memorials.
Nighttime vigils are particularly dangerous because of limited visibility by passing motorists, who might not see mourners or their parked vehicles until the last minute. Participants are encouraged to limit vigils to daytime hours.
Visitors to roadside memorials should be alert to the close proximity of moving vehicles and should park their own vehicles safely out of the way of passing traffic. Motorists are asked to exercise extra caution in the vicinity of roadside memorials.
While the Police Department understands that roadside memorials can be part of the grieving process, we encourage everyone to exercise caution and common sense to avoid any additional tragedy.
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