SNAP Food Replacement- Hana and Haiku
If you or anyone you know is a SNAP recipient located in Hana or Haiku who may have experienced food loss due to the flooding from the March 8th storms, please request SNAP food loss replacement by April 7th.
The form can be dropped off, mailed or faxed to any Processing Center. Locations here: https://humanservices.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Statewide-Processing-Centers-04-2018.pdf
“Please see update below to yesterday’s Kaupakalua Road closure press release. The yellow highlighted portion shows the update that the road closure has been extended another 1/3rd of a mile to Maluaina Place to accommodate guardrail installation on the road reconstruction project in Haiku.” – Brian Perry
Observing Flood Damage
Image 1: Alongside Haiku resident Joe Caires, observing damage to his property from recent floods
Image 2: Washed out bridge on Kaupakalua Road
Image 3: Observing damage to Awalau Road in Haiku
Kaupakalua Road Work
Landfill Fee Waiver Extended
March 08, 2021 – Maui Flood Information
“Haiku evacuations remain in effect; residents advised to stay away from vicinity of Kaupakalua Dam
The Maui Fire Department reports responding to more than a dozen calls for help from residents who have been trapped by rising waters.
Officials advise people to stay away from low-lying areas, near streams and from the vicinity of and downstream of Kaupakalua Dam in Haiku. Even if it appears that there is less rainfall and conditions are improving, people should not return to the area until there is an “all clear” announcement.
Roadway closure update:
Hana Highway is closed from Peahi Road to Keanae. Roadways that had been closed earlier have reopened, according to the Maui Police Department.
For emergency information, contact the Maui Emergency Management Agency at 270-7285.
As a reminder, all County of Maui parks on Maui island have been closed because of heavy rain and flooding. The parks will be closed until further notice. An assessment of park conditions will be made tomorrow, according to the Department of Parks and Recreation.” – Brian Perry, Communications Director
AARP Community Challenge Information
Giggle Hill Clean Up
Heads up! The next Giggle hill workdays March 13!