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The number of dwellings allowed by zoning (which are different depending on each zoning district) are covered within Title 19 of the Maui County Code:
To look up the zoning of your parcel, go to the Maui Real Property Tax website and select the Island of Maui Zoning (2019) layer on parcel maps, and refer to the color-coded legend to see the zoning of the parcel.
Dwellings often referred to as “ohana’s” are called “accessory dwellings” in the Maui County Code. Accessory dwellings are allowed in the zoning districts that specifically list accessory dwellings as a permitted use or as an accessory use: Code of Ordinances The development standards for accessory dwellings including the maximum number of square feet depend on the net area of the lot:
A fence may need a permit. In order to see if your proposed fence will require a permit, contact the Public Works Department, Development Services Administration at (808) 270-7250;
Contact the Planning Department, Zoning Administration and Enforcement Division at (808) 270-7253 to see if your proposed fence would have height or setback restrictions, or needs a flood development or special management area permit.
The Maui Real Property Tax website includes the Island of Maui Zoning (2018) layer on parcel maps, with a color-coded legend indicating the zoning of the parcel.
For county zoning confirmation (and other designations such as State Districts, Maui Island Plan, Community Plan, and Flood Zones), submit a Zoning and Flood Confirmation Form to the Department of Planning. This form is available at the link below. You may fax the completed form to (808) 270-7634, e-mail to the Planning Department at Email Planning@mauicounty.gov, or mail or bring it to our office in the One Main Plaza Building, 2200 Main Street, Suite 315, Wailuku Hawaii 96793. The turnaround time is up to 20 business days.
Digital zoning maps for Maui and Lanai are available at the digital zoning map web page
Molokai's zoning maps are not yet available online; however, they are available to view in person at the Department of Planning, One Main Plaza, 2200 Main Street, Suite 335, Wailuku.