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MAPPS, Maui’s Automated Planning and Permitting System is a new web-based software application designed to support the County of Maui’s planning and permitting processes. MAPPS replaced the County's legacy system, KivaNet. Please visit the MAPPS information page for access to the MAPPS System and available information and resources to get you started with MAPPS.



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  1. Testing for pool guards to close Sakamoto Pool for half day on July 15

    The Coach Soichi Sakamoto Pool will be closed from 9 a.m. to noon on July 15, 2022, for the physical swim test for the recruitment of pool guard trainees, the Department of Parks and Recreation announced. Read on...
  2. Applications accepted for Department of Parks and Recreation’s 8 and Under Youth Basketball League

    The South Maui District of the Department of Parks and Recreation is accepting applications for its upcoming 8 and under Youth Basketball League, the Department of Parks and Recreation announced. Read on...
  3. New WailukuLive.com website encourages community feedback, planning and support

    The County of Maui Department of Management has launched its updated www.WailukuLive.com website to expand community engagement, support local businesses and celebrate Wailuku’s distinctive sense of place, history and culture. Read on...
  4. Modified walk-up service operations at Department of Parks & Recreation permit windows

    Beginning Monday, June 27, the County of Maui Department of Parks and Recreation will provide walk-up service at permit windows on four of five days per week because of staffing shortages. Read on...
  5. Stage 1 water shortage declaration to take effect June 30, 2022, for Upcountry and West Maui

    A Stage 1 water shortage declaration will take effect June 30, 2022, for Upcountry and West Maui due to dry conditions and record high average temperatures. Read on...
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