The first digit is the County Code:
1 = Honolulu
2 = Maui
3 = Hawaii
4 = Kauai
Followed by a 1-digit Zone number, a 1-digit Section number, a 3-digit Plat number and a 3-digit Parcel number.
TMKs are often written in different formats.
For example, the TMK above could be written:
3-5-5-7-40, (3) 5-5-007:040 or even
5-5-7-040 without the County Code
Take care when searching for TMKs and direct any questions to email@example.com
ʻIli ʻĀina are small land management divisions within an Ahupuaʻa. Their boundaries are delineated primarily from government surveys and registered maps and the accuracy may vary greatly. When available, the source information is included.
The Ahupua’a layer depicts a snapshot of the political land divisions utilized for land management in Hawai’i. Ahupua’a typically stretch from the mountains to the sea and include all of the resources within. All of the available ʻIli, land awards, historic sites and relevant maps and documents within each Ahupua’a are provided for each feature. Accuracy may vary for both the boundaries and names of the Ahupua’a.
This layer represents large districts in Hawaiʻi. There are multiple Ahupuaʻa in each Moku. The boundaries of the Moku are mostly taken from government surveys and registered maps and accuracy may vary.
Data includes Land Commission Awards (LCAs) both granted and ungranted, government grants, deeds and other land awards. Shapes were digitized from various sources including land commission records and registerd maps. When available, the source documents are attached to the records in both English and Hawaiian.
Data is compiled from Hawaiian Government survey maps, the 1894 report by the Commissioners of Crown Lands, registered maps and other sources. Data includes those lands belonging to the Kingdom and the Crown of Hawaii before the overthrow of the Hawaiian Government in 1893.
Data compiled from the State Historic Preservation Division (SHPD) historic sites database and the geographic place names provided by the State Office of Planning; may contain multiple errors and inaccuracies. Please direct corrections or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org