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New $25 Million Maui Service Center Opens to Customers on Jan. 19, 2021

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Mayor Michael Victorino and Maui County Council Chair Alice Lee take part in a blessing ceremony for the new County of Maui Service Center. The facility’s first floor is ready for employees to move in, and work on its second floor is set for completion in the first quarter of next year. The facility is set to open to the public on Jan. 19. PC: County of Maui photo.

The County of Maui opens its new $25 million Service Center at the corner of Hoʻokele and Alaʻihi streets in Kahului on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021.

A blessing event for the new, two-story building was held on Tuesday as employees of the Department of Finance prepare to move from their current office space at the Maui Mall to the new facility.

The first floor of the new facility will house the Department of Finance’s divisions of Motor Vehicle Registration and Licensing, Treasury and Real Property Assessment.


The second floor will be home to the Department of Public Works Development Services Administration, the County Department of Transportation, the Department of Liquor Control and the Maui County Business Resource Center.

County officials say the first floor is ready for employees to move in, and work on the second floor is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2021.

“Our residents will enjoy the convenience and accessibility of this centrally located County of Maui Service Center as they get customer service from County agencies providing a range of services from motor vehicle registration and licensing to assistance with business research and development planning,” Maui Mayor Michael Victorino said. “This beautiful building has been designed to provide excellent customer service, along with the ability to expand to meet the needs of the County employees who work here.”


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