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Posted on: January 5, 2022

Department of Parks and Recreation modifies Permit Office operations during COVID-19 surge

The County of Maui Department of Parks and Recreation announces that Permit Office windows are closed until further notice during the ongoing COVID-19 surge.

The temporary closure has been implemented out of an abundance of caution to limit community spread of COVID-19 and its highly contagious Omicron variant.

For more information about permits or payments, contact:

Parks Main Permits Office: (808) 270-7389 or

  • South Permit Office (808) 879-4364        
  • West Permit Office (808) 661-4685
  • East Permit Office (808) 572-8122
  • Hana Permit Office (808) 876-4582
  • Molokai Permit Office (808) 553-3204
  • Lanai Permit Office (808) 565-6979 

Payment envelopes may be dropped in the orange drop box at the War Memorial Gym Complex, next to the Sakamoto Pool facility. Please indicate the purpose of your payment on your check. NO CASH, PLEASE. Receipts will be emailed once payment is processed. Payments will be processed on the next business day.

For general Maui County parks information, visit

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