From The State Of Hawaii – On Billboards: Where and when permitted. No person shall erect, maintain, or use a billboard or display any outdoor advertising device, except as provided in section §445-112.
In other words, billboards are against the law in Hawaii.
I think that I shall never see a billboard lovely as a tree. Perhaps, unless
the billboards fall, I’ll never see a tree at all.
Hawaii Billboards: Only four states — Vermont, Alaska, Hawaii, and Maine — have outlawed billboards, and Hawaii’s ban has been on the books the longest. Just more proof that the Aloha state values its ʻaina (land) and preserves its’ beauty.
You live in the city and all the time there are signs telling you what to do
and billboards trying to sell you something.