Traveling to Maui County - State of Hawaii Safe Travels

Effective September 1, 2020, all travelers must complete the State of Hawaii Safe Travels online application. All travelers must complete the application at least 24 hours prior to departure.

Safe Travels Hawaii

Request for Limited Quarantine Form

All interisland travelers seeking a modified travel quarantine due to essential work or medical reasons must complete the Request for Limited Quarantine Form at least five (5) days prior to departure. Travelers also must complete the State of Hawaii Safe Travels online application.

Request for Limited Quarantine Form

Travel Between Lahaina and Manele Harbors

All travelers between Lahaina and Manele Harbors (through Expeditions Lanai) must complete a paper mandatory travel form. Please complete this form, print it out and bring it with you to the harbor.

Paper Travel Form

Transpacific Travelers Modified Quarantine

Transpacific Travelers seeking a modified travel quarantine must emailcovidexemption@hawaii.gov.


County of Maui - COVID-19 Information

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  1. Liquor establishments face 24-hour closures for failing to comply with Public Health Emergency Rules

    Licensed liquor establishments that fail to comply with County of Maui Public Health Emergency Rules will be ordered to close for a 24-hour period in a measure aimed at minimizing the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
  2. Kihei Aquatic Center training pool to close for repair and maintenance work

    The Department of Parks and Recreation announces the closure of the Kihei Aquatic Center training pool from Oct. 14 to Oct. 16, 2020, for repair and maintenance work on a pipeline. Read on...
  3. Mayor Victorino allocates over $20 million toward MauiCARES Task Force recommendations

    Mayor Michael Victorino announced today that the County of Maui has allocated over $20 million in CARES Act funds toward recommendations made by the MauiCARES Task Force. Read on...
  4. War Memorial Stadium parking lot will reopen on Monday, Sept. 28

    War Memorial Stadium parking lot will reopen to the public on Sept. 28 after completion of a $3 million project to repave the parking lot, install new underground drainage and plant nearly 130 new trees, Mayor Michael Victorino announced Wednesday. Read on...
  5. Department of Water Supply reminds residents to continue water conservation during ongoing drought

    The Department of Water Supply is reminding residents to continue water conservation efforts during a drought that continues to affect the Hawaiian Islands. Read on...
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