Parks & Recreation


COVID-19 Precautionary Measures



Closure of the facilities is based on recommendations from Gov. David Ige and the state Department of Health that large, crowded gatherings of public events be postponed or canceled.



Overview


The Department of Parks & Recreation operates and maintains the County's numerous parks, recreation areas and recreational service programs for the residents of Maui County. The Department also coordinates with other County departments on enforcement of rules and regulations for parks and recreation facilities and their use, and countywide beautification.


Mission


The mission of the Department of Parks and Recreation is to "Provide safe, satisfying and cost effective recreational opportunities for the residents of and visitors to Maui County".


 Department of Parks & Recreation
  (DPR) Contact Information
DPR Main Line: 270-7230
DPR War Memorial Permit Office Line: 270-7389
DPR Enforcement Section: 270-8070
DPR Maintenance Division: 270-7382
DPR Planning & Development Division: 270-7931
DPR Recreation & Support Services Division: 270-7383

Central District: 270-6139
Wailuku District: 270-7980
East District: 572-8122
Hana District: 248-7022
West District: 661-4685
Lanai District: (808) 565-6979
South District: 879-4364
Molokai District: (808) 553-3204
Aquatics: 270-6135
PALS Office: 270-7404



Divisions and Special Programs

Tri-Annual Permitting


System Planning


The Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) is preparing a System Plan of Maui County that would define the future recreation, facility, and park needs, create an overall strategy for park planning, and identify specific capital improvement or land acquisition needs throughout the County.  The System Plan will consist of seven District Plans which focus on the individual needs for each of these areas.  With this structure, DPR will have a comprehensive plan that includes a county-wide strategy along with specific District Plans that incorporate an Aquatics Facilities Plan.
The primary objective of DPR is to provide high quality parks, recreational facilities and recreation programming opportunities to the youth, persons with disabilities, senior citizens and adults of Maui County, through collaborative partnerships and community interaction.  DPR has initiated its first round of community input with community meetings in mid-September and welcomes feedback through the projects website.
Please provide your feedback and suggestions at:

Amendments

Amendments to Title MC-10, Chapter 102 Rules of Practice and Procedure For Commercial Ocean Recreational Activity Permits