COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
County of Maui - COVID-19 Information and Resources
- County of Maui - COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
- Public Health Emergency Rules, Amended July 31, 2020
- Mayor Victorino announces limit on social gatherings to no more than 10 people
- Governor's Guidance on Designated Businesses and Operations
- Updated 6/27: Public Health Emergency Proclamation
- 8/3 - Press Conference Slides
- Previous Slides and Documents
Resources for Safe Business Operation
New website with Information and Resources for Residents and Businesses
- COVID19 Maui Nui
- The website sponsored by the County of Maui, includes:
- Latest news and updates from the County of Maui and other agencies.
- County, State and Federal programs and funding sources available to assist businesses and residents.
- Volunteer opportunities to give back to the community.
The County of Maui and its agency partners continue to monitor COVID-19 (coronavirus) and execute emergency procedures. Please visit our COVID-19 Information page for guidance and resources to prepare your family for potential impacts.
County of Maui COVID-19 Call Center
The call center will operate during normal business hours from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday.
The phone number is (808) 270-7855.
The call center is available to answer questions relating to COVID-19 in Maui County. Individuals willing to offer supplies, help and resources are also encouraged to call.
The public is encouraged to review and comment on the Maui Emergency Management Agency’s update to the County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan to address threats such as wildfires, beach erosion and highway rockslides. Read on...
Mayor Michael Victorino announced today the launch of a new website to assist Maui County residents seeking employment opportunities, job training or new career paths. Read on...
The Department of Water Supply announced that it discovered a pressure-reducing valve problem in the Kula water system that will require emergency repairs between 9 p.m. today and 5 a.m. Tuesday. Read on...
The County of Maui Housing Division Office will close from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020, for an office training event. Read on...
Mayor Michael Victorino is urging small business operators to apply for grants of as much as $7,500 beginning Monday, August 3, 2020, from the new Kokua Maui County Small Business Recovery & Relief Fund to assist them with the impacts of COVID-19. Read on...
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Maui County currently has two roundabout intersections:
- Pi’ikea Avenue and Liloa Drive in Kihei
- Kamehameha Avenue and Maui Lani Parkway
Roundabouts are significantly safer than traditional intersections, but their safety is limited to each driver’s understanding of how to navigate through them. Do you know how to navigate a roundabout intersection? Here are 5 easy rules to remember about using a roundabout:
- Slow down when approaching and entering a roundabout.
- Yield to vehicles already in a roundabout and to anyone in the crosswalk.
- Use your turn signal immediately before your exit, just as you would when turning.
- Go right when entering in a roundabout and proceed around the central island in a counter-clockwise direction.
- Miss your exit? Just go around one more time.