Ka Lamaku’s first residents expected to move in today

  • HOPE Services workers on Monday prepare 18 tiny homes for occupancy at Old Kona Airport Park in Kailua-Kona. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • HOPE Services Housing Navigator Alyssa Souza prepares one of the 18 tiny homes for occupancy on Monday at Old Kona Airport Park in Kailua-Kona. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • HOPE Services workers prepare 18 tiny homes for occupancy on Monday at Old Kona Airport Park in Kailua-Kona. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • The first residents of Ka Lamaku are expected to move in today or Wednesday, according to Hawaii County officials. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • HOPE Services workers on Monday prepare 18 tiny homes for occupancy at Old Kona Airport Park in Kailua-Kona. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • HOPE Services Outreach Team Lead Carrie Hoopii carries in supplies for one of the 18 tiny homes constructed at Old Kona Airport Park for occupancy. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

The first residents of Ka Lamaku, a community of tiny homes constructed to house the homeless in Kailua-Kona, are expected to move in this week.