The County of Maui today announced the official launch of a new app which will enable residents to participate in community-based reporting of non-emergency issues from their cell phones and mobile devices.
The year-round supplementary educational enrichment program is specifically for students entering grades 9 through 12 in Fall 2015, and who are not currently enrolled full-time at a Kamehameha School campus.
“We appreciate the reports, and also our residents’ willingness to help clean up the debris,” said Ward. “Please continue to report debris, especially large quantities, unusual items, large items and materials that may be hazardous.”
Maui was ranked number one in the state for the county with the healthiest outcomes and quality of life in a new County Health Rankings Key Findings Report conducted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.