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Posted on: August 10, 2022

Water conservation urged for residents of Napili-Honokowai and Honokohau Valley

The Department of Water Supply is asking residents of Napili-Honokowai and Honokohau Valley in West Maui to conserve water because of a power outage this morning in the Napili area.

Water conservation will help reduce demand and extend existing water supplies. Conservation measures include refraining from washing cars, washing down sidewalks and driveways and irrigating lawns.

The department expects that power may be restored as early as this afternoon. However, bringing water delivery systems fully back online is expected to take until the early morning of Thursday, Aug. 11.

The Department of Water Supply appreciates customers’ patience and understanding.

For emergency repairs and updates, call (808) 270-7633.

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