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Limited Water Shut-Down in Haʻikū Through March 2

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Water shutdown.

To replace the mainline on Lepo Street in Haʻikū, personnel from Maui County’s Department of Water Supply will shut off the water from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Feb. 16 through March 2.

During this time, residences on Lepo Street and Lepo Place will experience low to no water pressure. Door-to-door notifications were distributed in the area Feb. 12, 2021.

We ask that you set aside some water to get you through during these outages. Residents and businesses may experience brown water and should flush their water lines (just run the faucet for a little while before using the water).

We regret any inconveniences that this may cause. Please refer all calls to 808-270-7633, the 24-hour service line for Emergency repairs or updates. 

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