Development Services Administration
ResponsibilitiesThe Development Services Administration (DSA) administers the County's subdivision, building, electrical, plumbing, grading, and other construction related ordinances.
The County of Maui will start enforcement of the 2012 IBC and 2012 IRC on August 31, 2021, pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 107-28. Enforcement will be blended with the 2006 IBC and 2006 IRC amendments as adopted by the County of Maui.
Building Code Update:
- Hawaii State Residential Code 2012 IRC State adopted 11-13-2018
- Hawaii State Building Code 2012 IBC State adopted 11-13-2018
If you have any questions, please email the Building Plans Review Section at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 270-7236.
I-Codes Building Codes https://codes.iccsafe.org/codes/i-codes ICC Store https://shop.iccsafe.org/
County of Maui Public Records InformationCounty of Maui Public Records Information provides images of issued building, plumbing, electrical, grading and driveway permits as well as approved final subdivision plats and civil as-built construction plans.
Public Records Information
Real Property Assessment Division Information provides images of Real Property Tax Field Books and Real Property History Books Information
County of Maui Real Property Assessment Division Information
County of Maui Real Property Assessment Division
Building Inspection SectionBuilding Inspection Section is responsible for over seeing the inspection of the structural construction work associated with building permits.
Building Inspection Section
Building Permit SectionA building permit is required for the construction, alteration, moving, demolition, repair, and use of any building or structure within the county.
Building Permit Section
Building Permit Monthly Data Reports.
Building Plan Review SectionThe Building Plan Review Section reviews building permit applications for compliance with the adopted building code and energy conservation code.
Building Plan Review Section
Civil Construction and Inspection SectionThe Civil Construction Section is responsible for overseeing site-work construction, which includes the processing of permits and inspection of work.
The Section is also responsible for maintaining the County street addressing database, enforcing Community Beautification and Litter Ordinances, and the issuance of various permits.
Civil Construction and Inspection Section
Electrical Permit and Inspection SectionElectrical permits are required for new Electrical installations to allow the County to regulate the qualifications of installers, check the proposed plans and to inspect the electrical installations to ensure they are done safely and in compliance with National and local codes. These requirements help to reduce the hazards to persons and property from faulty electrical work.
Electrical Permit and Inspection Section
Plumbing Permit and Inspection SectionThe purpose of obtaining a plumbing permit is to provide minimum requirements and standards for the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare. Plumbing permits are required for new and retrofit plumbing installations to allow the County to regulate the qualifications of installers, check the proposed plans and to inspect the plumbing/gas installations to ensure they are in compliance with the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) as amended and local municipal codes.
Plumbing Permit and Inspection Section
Subdivision SectionThe Subdivision Section administers Maui County Code, Title 18, Subdivision Ordinance, which includes processing subdivision applications, and other related matters including, but not limited to, requests for private easements (over County right-of-way) and separate lot determinations.