This doesnt look like drinking water.. update on kula anybody?? ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago  ·  

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饾棡饾椂饾椈饾棿 饾棫饾椂饾棻饾棽饾榾 - 饾棟饾槀饾椆饾槅 饾煰 饾棶饾椈饾棻 饾煱, 饾煯饾煬饾煯饾煰Exceptionally high tides, or King Tides, will occur today and tomorrow.King Tides occur when:鈥 The moon is at its closest point to the Earth in its monthly orbit and its the gravitational pull is stronger; and鈥 The sun, the moon, and the Earth are in alignment, and the sun and moon鈥檚 individual gravitational pulls work together, producing the highest high tides of the year, or the King Tides.c: DLNR ... See MoreSee Less

5 months ago  ·  

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Line fo sunset on Haleakala!!! Ranger told us she is trying to tell people for past 45 minutes they wont be able to park anywhere near the crater!!! No place to park!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

5 months ago  ·  

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To all drivers out there, BE SAFE!!!! 馃檶Dont plan any driving unless you absolutely must.. ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago  ·  

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Photo of a water fall on the road to/from Hana. The road is in bad shape due to all of the rain. Flood advisory is in effect. Please stay off of the road to Hana. Mahalo!Pc: C. Allen Greenfield ... See MoreSee Less

10 months ago  ·  

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NEW UPDATE (01/11/2023 at 10:10 AM): The County of Maui closed Kuau Bay Beach Park on Wednesday morning when its parking lot began flooding, as an extra-large swell hit north and west shores.PREVIOUS UPDATE (01/10/2023 at 5:45 PM): The County of Maui will close Baldwin Beach Park and Ho'okipa Beach Park in Paia on Wednesday, January 11 in anticipation of an extra-large north-northwest swell forecast by the National Weather Service.Gates to the two beach parks will remain locked Wednesday morning while the County of Maui Parks and Recreation Department and Emergency Management Agency closely monitor and assess impacts from the high surf throughout the day.A high surf warning was issued Tuesday morning by the National Weather Service forecasting surf of 40 to 50 feet along north-facing shores, with possible impacts that include ocean water surging and sweeping across beaches and periodically overtopping vulnerable coastal roadways.The public is advised to stay away from the shoreline along affected coasts and to take precautionary measures.Updates will be available at mauicounty.gov/mema and on the County of Maui Facebook page. For latest forecast information by the National Weather Service go to weather.gov/hfo ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago  ·  

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Pele & Poli驶ahu: A Battle Between Fire & Snow ... See MoreSee Less

12 months ago  ·  

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Press Releases / Public Information饾悓饾悽饾惂饾悶饾惈饾悮饾惀-饾悰饾悮饾惉饾悶饾悵 饾惉饾惍饾惂饾惉饾悳饾惈饾悶饾悶饾惂 饾惃饾惈饾悵饾悽饾惂饾悮饾惂饾悳饾悶 饾惉饾悶饾惌 饾惌饾惃 饾悹饾惃 饾悽饾惂饾惌饾惃 饾悶饾悷饾悷饾悶饾悳饾惌 饾悗饾悳饾惌. 饾煆Effective Oct. 1, only mineral sunscreens based on active ingredients zinc oxide and titanium dioxide are allowed for sale, distribution or use without a prescription.The law aims to protect Maui County鈥檚 unique reef habitats. Non-mineral sunscreen chemicals are a known pollutant that puts reefs and marine habitats at increased risk and leaves them more vulnerable to climate change impacts.Over the past several months, the County of Maui鈥檚 Environmental Protection and Sustainability Division has been working with businesses and suppliers to help ensure a smooth transition to offering only mineral-based sunscreen products that are safer for the environment. Many businesses with close ties to the ocean environment have already made the switch.To stay sun safe, especially with Hawaii鈥檚 high exposure to ultraviolet radiation, it is recommended that when people are outdoors they cover up with sun protective clothing, seek shade and avoid peak sun exposure times.Also, because the terms 鈥渞eef friendly鈥 and 鈥渞eef safe鈥 are not regulated, consumers are advised to check labels on sunscreen products to see if its list of active ingredients includes zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, natural mineral ingredients. It鈥檚 also best to use a mineral-based lotion or stick that you rub onto your skin rather than a spray that can easily land on the sand and wash into the ocean.For more information about the Mineral Only Sunscreen Ordinance 5306, visit bit.ly/SunscreenMaui#newlaw #sunscreen #skincare #sunblock #spf #sunblock #sunsafety #sunprotection #reefs #coralreef #protectourreefss #reefsafe ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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1 years ago  ·  

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This made our day!!! 馃檹馃憤鉂わ笍 ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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MAKENA ROAD: Makena Road from Pa鈥檃ko Beach to La Perouse is in very bad condition. Portions of the road is washed out and there is a lot of rocks and debris on the road from the large waves. Please stay away from the area. Mahalo!Pc: Carolina Lama Jensen ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area, May 2021 ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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TIDES IMPACTING TRAFFIC: Motorists traveling along the Honoapi驶ilani Highway into and out of West Maui this afternoon can expect impacts from tides. On Wednesday, similar tides slowed traffic for motorists making the afternoon commute into and out of West Maui. Today, we are getting reports of the same. Drive with caution and expect delays.#hitraffic #Mauitraffic #Honoapiilai ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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鈥業AO VALLEY STATE MONUMENT TO BE CLOSED STARTING AUGUST 1, 2022 FOR REPAIRS: A popular state monument on Maui is about to undergo a months-long closure.Starting August 1, Iao Valley State Monument will be closing to allow contractors to complete slope stabilization work and parking lot improvements.The park is expected to reopen January 15, 2023.This work is coming after the park reopened to visitors in 2020 under a new entrance fee structure. Kama鈥檃ina still get in free, but non-residents pay $10 per vehicle, and $5 per individual walk-in.Iao Valley is a historic site on Maui that attracts thousands of visitors a year . c: Hawaii News NowPc: Tim Greathouse ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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Timeline photosShower coverage is expected to increase tonight and tomorrow as the remnant moisture from former Tropical Cyclone Bonnie moves through.Another surge in moisture and winds is possible this weekend as the remnants of Hurricane Darby pass south of the Big Island. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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CATTLE ON PI鈥橧LANI HIGHWAY IN KIHEI: Please use caution due to cows on Pi鈥檌lani Highway by Kaonoulu Street in Kihei. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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ROAD CLOSURE: Kuihelani Highway is closed in both directions from Pu鈥檜nene Avenue to Waiko Road in Kahului. Zero visibility as dust and ash from the old fire are blowing around with the strong winds. Please use another route. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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