Change Proposed For Destination Signs to Former Russian Fort Elizabeth State Park
The state Department of Transportation is proposing a change to the destination signs for a Kauaʻi state park after the state Board of Land and Natural Resources last week changed its name.
The DOT is proposing to change destination signs for the former Russian Fort Elizabeth State Historical Park to say Pāʻulaʻula, to be more in line with the recent name change. There is a two-week comment period for the Hawaiian spelling of the signs that are installed prior to the adoption of the master list.
The BLNR on June 9 approved the name change for the park along Kaumualiʻi Highway. It will now be known as Pā‘ula‘ula State Historic Site.
To provide comments on the proposed destination sign spelling or suggest alternative spelling, email [email protected] no later than June 30. Comments can also be made via telephone to the DOT Public Affairs Office at 808-587-2160.