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Wastewater

Last updated February 23, 2024

Fire-damaged wastewater infrastructure impacting service in some areas

Some wastewater infrastructure was damaged during the fires, which cut off wastewater service for many properties in fire-impacted areas. To determine if wastewater service for your home or business is impacted, refer to the map below.‍

IMPORTANT! FOR HOMES AND BUSINESSES WITHOUT WASTEWATER SERVICE:

If the Wastewater Service map shows that you do not have functioning sewer service, please DO NOT flush toilets or allow water down any household drain. Although your toilet may flush and water may drain initially, if the service is not functional, you risk eventual sewage backing up in the house.‍

County of Maui Sewer Service Status following August 2023 Wildfires

Some wastewater infrastructure was damaged during the fires, which cut off wastewater service for many properties in fire-impacted areas. To determine if wastewater service for your home or business is impacted, type your address in the search bar on the map below. Red indicates your property does not currently have active sewer service; green means sewer service is operating normally for your property.

Restoring Wastewater Service to Impacted Areas in Lahaina

The County of Maui Wastewater Reclamation Division is working to:

  • Flush and assess lines within the fire-impacted area
  • Repair Wastewater Pump Station 5 and 6 and the associated service areas
  • Restore service to Wastewater Pump Station 7 serving the Puumana Area

Inside the Fire-Impacted Areas - Status of Wastewater Service

Wastewater Pump Station 4 at Mala Wharf is back online and wastewater services to Kahoma Village, Upper Kapunakea Houselots Subdivision No. 2, Nahale Place, Ipukula Way, Kapunkea Street (mauka of Honoapi’ilani Highway), the Lahaina Cannery Mall and commercial sites makai of the mall are operating normally.‍

Outside the Fire-Impacted Areas - Status of Wastewater Service

The wastewater systems above the Lahaina Bypass, within the Lahaina Business Park, Lahaina Gateway Center, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands at Villages of Leiali‘i, Lahaina Civic Center and all areas north of the Lahaina Civic Center are operating normally.

CONTACTS

County of Maui Department of Water Supply: 
808-270-7550 

Hawai’i State Department of Health: 
833-833-3431 or 808-586-4468
health.hawaii.gov/mauiwildfires

FAQs for

Wastewater

What are the County of Maui’s next steps to restore wastewater service in impacted areas of West Maui?

The County of Maui Wastewater Reclamation Division is working to:

  • Flush and assess lines within the fire-impacted area
  • Repair Wastewater Pump Station 5 and 6 and the associated service areas
  • Restore service to Wastewater Pump Station 7 serving the Puamana Area
Can I flush my toilet or let water run down the drain if my wastewater service is interrupted?

No; if the Wastewater Service maps show that you do not have functioning sewer service, please DO NOT flush toilets or allow water down any household drain. Although your toilet may flush and water may drain initially, if the service is not functional, you risk eventual sewage backing up in the house.

Other Updates

Can’t find what you are looking for and want to speak to a representative?

Please contact the State of Hawaii Maui Disaster Relief Call Center:

Contact the Call Center at 808-727-1550


Open 7AM – 7PM daily Monday thru Saturday

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