How do I report a maintenance issue?
If you’re experiencing a maintenance issue in your home, please call your maintenance office at 808-457-4075 as soon as possible. You can also submit an On-line Maintenance Request for routine services.
Where can I find the rules and regulations for my community?
The IPC Resident Guide outlines the community guidelines for Island Palm Communities.
How do I contact my community office?
182 Kauhini Road Honolulu, HI 96818
Tel: 808 275 3850
Community Manager: Tiara Anthony
AMR/Red Hill Community Center
1545 Tampa Drive, Honolulu, HI 96819
Tel: 808 275 3860
Community Manager: Annelle Cantere
Canby Community Center
190 Morris Road Wahiawa, HI 96786
Tel: 808 275 3760
Community Manager: Kristy Ann Whitney
Fort Shafter Community Center
225 Austin Road Honolulu, HI 96819
Tel: 808 275 3820
Community Manager: Jeraldine Gabrillo
Helemano Community Center
173 Romero Road Wahiawa, HI 96786
Tel: 808 275 3780
Community Manager: Sylwia Surmacz
Kaena Community Center
5485 Gallup Street Wahiawa, HI 96786
Tel: 808 275 3730
Community Manager: Barbara Quinones
Kalakaua Community Center
2535 Waianae Uka Ave Wahiawa, HI 96786
Tel: 808 275 3750
Community Manager: Alice Mimaki
Patriot Hamilton Community Center
206 Thomas Paine Ct. #105 Wahiawa, HI 96786
Tel: 808 275 3720
Community Manager: Rachel Hollaway
Porter Community Center
1301 McCornack Rd Wahiawa, HI 96786
Tel: 808 275 3770
Community Manager: Marlene Douglas
Wheeler Community Center
100 Vought Ave Wahiawa, HI 96786
Tel: 808 275 3790
Community Manager: Joanna Padilla
Are pets allowed?
How do I submit requests to alter my home?
Island Palm Communities
allows limited modifications within its homes. Refer to
Section 6 in the Island Palm Communities Resident Guide,
Alteration, Addition and Construction or contact your community
center for more details.
For more information on approved colors for paint modifications, review our Paint Request Form. If you’re interested in installing a satellite dish, please review the Satellite Request and return the necessary paperwork. For other modification requests, please contact your community center.
When can I expect the trash and recycling to be picked up?
When is the grass cut?
Please contact your community center for the current schedule.
What does IPC offer at its Self-help Centers?
Below are some everyday
items available free of charge at your community center to help
maintain your home. Your community center may have additional
items, so please contact staff for a complete list.
Bring the items below to your community center and exchange them for a one-for-one replacement:
- HVAC air filter (Click here for a how-to video on filter replacement)
- Light bulbs
- Refrigerator water filters
- Vertical blind slats/louvers
The following items are available as needed:
- Ant, roach and mouse traps
- Garage door opener batteries (You must bring in the old batteries to receive new ones)
- Grass seed
- Shelf clips (Bring your current clip as an example)
- Sink stoppers
- Toilet paper rollers
- Tub stoppers
- Vertical blind wands
IPC Tool Shed
The equipment below is available on a loaner basis:
- Electric lawnmower with extension cord
- Grass trimmer/Weed wacker
- Grass trimmer/Weed wacker string
Where can I find information about IPC’s Utility Billing Program?
here for information about
IPC’s Utility Conservation program.
Customer Service and Additional Resources
You can view your daily energy consumption at www.minolusa.com. Have your energy consumption statement nearby as you will need information on it to register.
For more information about your daily usage and energy consumption statements, contact Minol’s customer service support:
Inquiries via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inquiries via telephone: 888-636-0493
Is renters insurance mandatory?
Although it's not required, we highly encourage residents to have personal renters insurance. Review our Renter's Insurance Notification.
Am I allowed to run a business from my home?
Yes. A commercial solicitation permit -- as required by Army Regulation AR 210-7 -- allows you to conduct business on Army installations in Hawaii. For more information on how to apply, click here.
Are guests allowed to stay with me?
Yes. For guests staying longer than 7 days, resident must submit and Extended Stay Request form to his or her community center for approval. Guests staying longer than 30 days, must seek approval from the community center and apply for USAG-Hawaii's Gold Installation Access Pass.
I’m going to be out of town for a while. Is there anyone who can keep an eye on my house?
We’d be happy to keep an eye on your home! Fill out a Notice of Absence form and turn it into the community center.
I’m moving out. What now?
We understand that
moving can be a very stressful time. Take a look at some of our
tips below to help eliminate the headaches that often come with
Your 28-Day Notice to Vacate
Notice to Vacate is a written notice provided to the community center by the Service Member or Spouse (authorized Power of Attorney required) informing us of your intent to vacate your home. A minimum of 28 day notice is required prior to vacating. This is per:
- Lease Agreement
- Soldiers Civil Relief Act
Can't Provide 28-Day
Contact the community center immediately and we can review your circumstances. Short Orders are defined as orders that are received/dated with a report-no-late-date that is less than 28-days. Resident must visit and place a written notice within 72-hours of receiving orders. Vacation and Permissive TDY are not reasons for short notices.
If you choose to move prior to fulfilling the 28-day notice and do not have “short orders,” you are financially responsible for the remainder of the 28-day requirement.
Placing Notice to Vacate
When placing your Notice to Vacate at the community center, you will receive a Move-Out Guide that outlines move-out expectations and the process. In addition you will be scheduled for a Move-Out Information Session.
TMO Scheduling Reminder
To ensure that TMO can meet your family’s departure timeline be sure to schedule your move as soon as you have orders.
Move-Out Information Session
One-hour sessions are held weekly at IPC community centers. The session offers an interactive group discussion surrounding requirements for clearing your home. Attending a session is highly recommended in order to fully understand the expectations and reduce final costs.
|Aliamanu, AMR Rim/Red Hill Communities||Thursdays||1 p.m.|
|Fort Shafter, Tripler Communities||Tuesdays||3 p.m.|
|Canby Community||Wednesdays||2 p.m.|
|Kaena Community||Thursdays||2 p.m.|
|Helemano Community||Thursdays||2 p.m.|
|Kalakaua Community||Tuesdays||2 p.m.|
|Patriot Hamilton Community||Fridays||9 a.m.|
|Porter Community||Mondays||2 p.m.|
|Wheeler Community||Thursdays||2 p.m.|
Self-clean: A resident may choose to clean their home to the expectations described in the Move-Out Guide. This is a very doable option for those who have maintained their home during residency.
Hire a cleaning company: This is another viable option. Please remember, the home still must be cleaned to the expectations described in the Move-Out Guide or an additional charge may be assessed.
Charges for Repair and Services
Click here to view fees associated with repairs and other services.
The Final Inspection
Final inspections are scheduled Monday through Thursday.
- All personal belongings and trash must have been removed.
- The home must be cleaned to expectations stated in the Move-Out Guide.
- All keys and garage remotes (if applicable) that were issued will be collected.
- If applicable, resident will be provided with a detailed list of charges, prorated BAH amount, and/or refund amount.
- Resident is provided a Termination Letter.
Please note: Refunds are issued after the BAH allotment is received and damage charges (if applicable) have been deducted. The BAH allotment is collected at the end of the month for that month. The refund check is mailed to the forwarding address provided by the resident. Refund checks typically arrive within 14-business days after the BAH allotment is received.
Tell us how we're doing!
Please follow the appropriate links referencing the type of service you’ve most recently experienced.
You’re looking for a home, we would love to hear how we can help.
Getting settled in after you've just moved can be stressful. Tell us about your experience.
Service Request Experience
Since everything will eventually need a little maintenance or a fix, we want to make sure that everything meets your satisfaction.
Resident Experience Survey
Hate to see you leave us, but would love to hear about your experience.
Resident Renewal Survey
Thank you for being a valuable resident in Island Palm Communities. Now that you have had some time to get to know us, tell us about your experience.