January 6, 2024

COUNTY OF MAUI UPDATE: Latest news, upcoming events, debris cleanup, Maui Business Health Check needs assessment


Government and nonprofit partners join together to launch $500M Maui Interim Housing Plan

Mayor: Olowalu will not be final disposition site


Disaster Recovery Community Update Meeting @ Kula Elementary School, held each Tuesday, 6:00 pm

Disaster Recovery Community Update Meeting @ Lahaina Civic Center, held each Wednesday, 5:30 pm

Talk Story with Mayor Bissen for Lahaina & Kula residents whose housing and/or employment have been directly impacted by the fires. Visit www.MauiRecovers.org/events for dates and times


Government-sponsored debris removal program is available for residents and businesses whose properties were destroyed by the wildfires. There is no out-of-pocket cost for this critical service, however, a property owner must complete a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form to allow agencies to clean up your property. To learn more and to sign up, visit www.mauirecovers.org/debrisremoval.


The County of Maui Office of Economic Development is currently seeking feedback from local businesses directly and indirectly affected. Your participation in this brief survey will provide invaluable insights to help the County and its community partners better understand the health of your business and current and future needs. Click here to provide your feedback.

County of Maui Recovery Permit Center

A vital resource for those who are looking to rebuild in fire-affected areas in Lahaina and Kula as they navigate the permitting process and take the next step toward returning home.

County of Maui Service Center
110 Alaihi St., Suite 207

Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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