This page includes information about the general management plan, and copies of many agreements and leases with various religious organizations, the State of Hawaii departments, and the Hawaiian Homes Commission. These are the bases that thus far allow Kalaupapa to function as a National Historical Park.
The Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) approving the Kalaupapa National Historical Park General Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (GMP/EA) was signed on August 10, 2021.
The Kalaupapa NHP General Management Plan provides broad guidance for the management of the park. It will navigate the NPS and its many partners in the protection of the Hansen’s disease community at Kalaupapa and its legacy. With mālama i ka 'āina (care for the land and waters) at its core, the plan provides direction for the preservation of Kalaupapa’s cherished resources and future visitation over the next 15 years and beyond. Click here for more information on the general management plan.