Haiku is a community of natural beauty and lush greenery. You will find a cooler weather, and many ocean cliffs, waterfalls, ponds, and bamboo forests. You will also find rainforests, pasture lands, and many cane and pineapple fields. It is a combination of many natural attractions. One of the most popular spots is the Peahi coast where the surf will offer some of the largest waves around the world. This spot is locally called Jaws, and a favorite of many surfers.
Haiku-Pauwela is a town situated in Maui. The town was originally developed in 1905. It is known as the Valley Island because it has many canyon landscapes. More than 6,500 people occupy haiku-Pauwela. There are approximately 2,300 households and 1,500 families living in Haiku-Pauwela. The density of the town is about 417 people per square mile. Currently, there are about 2,500 housing units per square mile.
The people that live in the town are from different racial backgrounds just like other towns in Hawaii. The white people account for more than half of the population in Haiku-Pauwela. The second largest population is the Asian people. Other races that live in the town include African American, Native American, Pacific Islander and etc. Many of the people living in the town are in between the age of 18 – 24. The average household income is $45,000. The average income for per family is $52,350. Males earn about $35,700 per year while females earn about $29,600 per year. There are only 8% of families earning wages in the poverty line.
2 volcanoes form the landscape of the town. During free time, you can visit the Haiku Park. You can also visit the Fourth Marine Division Memorial Park. If you want to view the ocean scenery, you can go to the Pauwela Lighthouse. The Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum is located within a short distance. Every year, special events will be held in Haiku-Pauwela. There are many tourist attractions in Haiku Pauwela including Loaloa Heiau, Bailey House Museum, and Pauwela Lighthouse. Haiku-Pauwela is located near to the Haleakala Mountain. The Haleakala Mountain is the summit point of Maui. It is the largest volcano crater in the world. The Halekala volcano crater is still active. It is estimated that the volcano will erupt within the next two centuries.
Haiku-Pauwela has many high-class residential communities. The average cost of a house in Haiku-Pauwela is $536,000. The appreciation value of the home is about -11.91%. The living cost in Haiku-Pauwela is 88% higher than the mainland. There are a few public schools in Haiku-Pauwela. You can easily find jobs in Haiku-Pauwela. Haiku-Pauwela has an unemployment rate of 9%. Most of the homes in the Haiku-Pauwela are single-family homes. There are a small number of apartment units. The majority of the homes have small sizes. The small homes have 1 – 2 bedrooms. Some small homes have no bedrooms. The medium sized homes have 3 – 4 rooms. Larger homes have 4 – 5 bedrooms. The homes in Haiku-Pauwela are developed in 1970 – 1994. There are also newer homes built in 1995 and later.
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