F-M Boards & Commissions

Boards and Commissions assist and advise departments and special groups within the County of Maui, some working more closely with various departments than others. The County of Maui is always looking for people interested in serving on a Board or Commission.

How to Apply
Although there is no monetary compensation associated with serving on a Board or Commission, your participation will provide for a better form of government. If you are interested in serving on a Board or Commission, please fill out an application form and mail it to the Mayor's Office, 200 S. High Street, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793. Boards and Commissions Application Form

Listing of Boards, Commissions and Committees
  • Fire & Public Safety Commission
    • Reviews the operations of the Department of Fire and Public Safety and the Civil Defense Agency. Makes recommendations for changes which may be desirable to improve performance of emergency functions and the provision of public safety services.
  • Hana Advisory Committee to Maui Planning Commission
    • Advises the Maui Planning Commission on matters related to East Maui (Kailua to Kaupo) and carries out duties delegated to it by the Maui Planning Commission.
  • Kula Agricultural Park Committee
    • Serves as an advisory group to the County on all matters pertaining to the Kula Agricultural Park. Reviews and recommends lease rentals, lease tenure, lease restrictions, application forms, lot alignments, lot sizes and supplementary selection procedures. Participates in the lessee selection process. May recommend other regulations pertaining to the administration of the agricultural park by the Office of Economic Development. May recommend improvements to be made to the agricultural park.
  • Lanai Planning Commission
    • Concerned with all planning matters involving the island of Lanai. Advises the Mayor, County Council, and Planning Director in matters concerning planning programs.
  • Liquor Control Adjudication Board
    • The liquor control adjudication board shall hear and determine administrative complaints of the director regarding violations of the liquor control laws of the State or of rules of the liquor control commission, and impose penalties for violations thereof as may be provided by law.
  • Liquor Control Commission
    • The liquor control commission shall: 1. Prepare and submit a request for an annual appropriation for the operation of the department. 2. Adopt rules having the force and effect of law for the administration of liquor control in the County and to carry out provisions of the liquor control laws of the State, including, but not limited to, the fixing of liquor license fees. 3. Grant, renew or refuse applications for licenses for the manufacture, importation and sale of liquor in the County under applicable laws and regulations. 4. Have such other powers and duties as may be provided by law not in conflict with the provisions of this section.
  • Maui County Arborist Committee
    • The scope of the committee shall include recommendations for; a landscape planting plan in public areas throughout the county, shall be a reviewing body for any landscape planting in public parks and street beautification programs and shall recommend exceptional trees to be protected and provide appropriate protective ordinances.
  • Maui County Cultural Resources Commission
    • Works for the preservation of the County's historic and cultural resources through the following functions: advising and assisting federal, state and county agencies in carrying out their historic preservation responsibilities; administering the provisions of the County's historic districts and advise the Mayor, Council and County Planning Commissions on the establishment of historic districts and their regulation; and providing public information, education, training and technical assistance on national, state and county historic preservation programs.
  • Maui Planning Commission
    • Concerned with the area encompassing the island of Maui and the adjacent waters. Advises the Mayor, County Council, and Planning Director in matters concerning planning programs.
  • Maui Redevelopment Agency
    • Reviews applications for new development and renovation projects in the Wailuku Redevelopment Area authorized by Section 53-5 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes pertaining to the Urban Renewal Law.
  • Molokai Planning Commission
    • Concerned with the area encompassing the island of Molokai, except that portion of the area known as the Kalaupapa Settlement. Advises the Mayor, County Council, and Planning Director in matters concerning planning programs.