The Aliamanu/Salt Lake/Foster Village Neighborhood Board (NB No. 18) represents all three of those neighborhoods. A map showing exactly what NB No. 18 covers can be seen here.
The Aiamanu/Salt Lake/Foster Village Neighborhood Board meets at 7:00pm on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Oahu Veterans Center. Video recordings of the meetings -- recorded by Radford High School students -- can be viewed:
Via Olelo Community Television
1st Monday, FOCUS 49, 9:00pm
2nd & 4th Friday, VIEWS 54, 9:00am
Minutes of previous meetings, and the agenda for the next upcoming meeting are available at https://www1.honolulu.gov/nco/nb18/agendamin.htm, where you can also sign up to be on their mailing list.
The Foster Village Community Association (FVCA) and the East Foster Village Community Association (EFVCA) have separate annual membership meetings (dates vary, residents will be notified via regular mail); their board members meet more often. EFVCA has an e-mailing list for members and periodically publishes a newsletter; FVCA does not.
Neighborhood Security Watch
The Foster Village Neighborhood Security Watch (NSW) would normally meet with HPD Community Police officers at 7:00pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, at the Oahu Veterans Center. Meetings are not recorded, but information from the meetings -- and crime alerts -- are sent to residents who provide their e-mail addresses.
However, all Foster Village Neighborhood Security Watch in-person meetings have been suspended for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Foster Village Newsletter
The Foster Village Flyer newsletter was published by Rodney Kawamoto for many years, but is no longer published as of 2018.
Other Foster Village Web Sites
The Foster Village Community Association (FVCA) currently does not have a Web site. Instead, see the Oahu Veterans Center (OVC) web site. The OVC provides meeting and recreational facilities to residents (as well as veteran organizations) on Foster Village Community Association land (at the entrance to Foster Village).
The East Foster Village Community Association (EFVCA), located at the east (mauka) end of Foster Village provides a meeting hall and pool for resident families, although pool access (and meeting hall discounts) requires paid-up annual dues -- which have recently been increased to $300 per family.
The www.fostervillage.net web site used to provide information about the history of Foster Village and some older community issues, but that web site no longer exists.
Elsewhere on this Web site, the Neighborhood Security Watch has a series of articles about Crime in our community.