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Posted on: October 20, 2021

New rules announced for Parks Concessions

New rules for parks concessions have been finalized and certified, the Department of Parks and Recreation announced.

Now, a new chapter of administrative rules addresses the process for allowing concession operations in parks and recreational facilities. The adoption of new rules follows the Maui County Council’s passage of an ordinance in May 2017 relating to concessions in County parks and recreation facilities.

The new rules were discussed during a June 23 community meeting held with BlueJeans video conferencing. The department reviewed all testimony received and refined the rules to include community input during the department review of proposed concession sites.

To see the new department rules, visit the county website at

For general questions regarding the application of the rules, contact the Permits & Enforcement Section at (808) 270-7389 or

For general Maui County parks information, visit

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