We are dedicated to the conservation and improvement of

the Tantalus-Round Top Drive corridor



The Department of Land and Natural Resources' Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DLNR-DOFAW) has partnered with the local planning firm PSI to prepare a Tantalus-Round Top Drive Corridor Management Plan. DOFAW intends to use this Plan as a tool to preserve the scenic, historic, and natural features of this unique area while promoting safety, public use, and mobility along the corridor.  

The Plan is intended to identify the immediate and long-term characteristics, issues, and needs within the Tantalus-Round Top Drive Corridor and provide a cohesive framework for their management and enhancement.

The process which DOFAW and PSI have set forth for the Plan's development includes multiple opportunities for community collaboration, input, and review.  The purpose of this website is to provide a convenient means for the community to share concerns, stay up to date with the Plan's progress, and to download and review the draft Plan when it becomes available.  



Preserve the scenic, historic, and natural features of the Tantalus-Round Top Corridor area. 


Promote safety, public use, and mobility along the corridor.


Create meaningful opportunities for public involvement, collaboration and review.


Identify the immediate and long-term needs within the corridor and create a plan for their management.


About Us

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The mission of the State of Hawaiʻi's Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) is to responsibly manage and protect watersheds, native ecosystems, and cultural resources and provide opportunities for outdoor recreation and sustainable forestry while facilitating partnerships, community involvement and education. 

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Planning Solutions, Inc.'s (PSI) mission is to provide high-quality environmental and land use planning services. Its emphasis is on providing sound regulatory and environmental advice and reports for technically complex, and sometimes controversial, projects in Hawai`i and the Pacific.



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