Welcome to the Wahiawa Community & Business Association!
Founded in 1935, the WCBA has made it its mission to engage with local businesses, address common concerns, and serve owners and patrons alike to empower businesses and enrich daily experiences in our Wahiawa community. We look forward to the continued rejuvenation of our town and sharing new and exciting updates with you!
About our Community
Known as the “Gateway to the Country,” Wahiawa is one of Oahu’s best-kept secrets. This small town is located on the Leilehua Plain, between the Waianae and Ko’olau mountain ranges. Wahiawa is also the site of Kukaniloko, or the birthing stones, where Hawaiian royalty was traditionally born.
Our ongoing connection to our Military neighbors makes this community so unique, you can’t help but embrace our cultural diversity. Wahiawa was home to a warrior training school that still exists today as Schofield Barracks Military Reservation. The area is best known today for pineapple and was once the pineapple capital of the world.
How to Get Involved
We are always looking for like-minded community members to join us in our effort to make Wahiawa a better place to live, work and play! We host the long-standing annual Santa Parade, a community favorite. We also host monthly meet-and-greets called Connecting the Dots, as well as our very popular Town Hall meetings. Membership of the WCBA says that you're part of a movement--join us today clicking on the Join like at the top of this page and help us make Wahiawa the best little town in Hawaii!