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Maui Parks Tri-Annual Permit Processing Jan. 2-11

January 6, 2019, 10:59 AM HST
* Updated January 7, 10:00 AM
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File photo of Iron Maehara Baseball Stadium in Wailuku. By Wendy Osher.

The County of Maui Department of Parks and Recreation is currently accepting permit applications for all leagues and recreational programs for the Summer 2019 season.

This process includes application requests for the majority of facility usage county-wide, such as athletic fields, multipurpose fields, ball fields, courts, pools and gymnasiums.

The Department will accept application requests until 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 11, 2019 for the Summer 2019 season of April 16 to July 31, 2019. Any applications not received in person or via email by the deadline will not be considered.

Applicants having missed the application window may submit standard permit applications on a first-come, first-served basis beginning March 11, 2019, space-permitting.

Application request packets will be available at all Department permit offices and also on the County of Maui website at Application requests will be reviewed in the priority order outlined in the Department’s administrative rules.


The permit application process is part of the Department’s Tri-Annual Permit Process. There are three windows of time each year when application requests may be submitted: the first two weeks of January, May and October. This new process does not impact permit application requests for camping, community centers, annual special events, or community class permits.


The Department of Parks and Recreation operates and maintains the County’s numerous parks, recreation areas and recreational service programs for the residents of Maui County. A primary objective of the Department is to provide high-quality recreational programs and opportunities for youth, persons with disabilities, senior citizens and adults.

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