Notice of Declaration of Stage 1 Water Shortage
The County of Maui Department of Water Supply has issued a Stage 1 Water Shortage for Upcountry and West Maui to take effect on June 30, 2022. Please be conscious of our water resources during this dry weather with no rainfall. There are multiple tips and tools to use when in drought, check out how on Ready.Gov.
All of Maui County is in extreme to severe drought conditions. Please be water-wise with your decisions on when and how to use water indoors/outdoors of your home. Visit our Water Conservation Tools page to learn more about saving water and what to do during drought and shortages.
Water Conservation & Source Protection Survey
Water Conservation Tools
The County of Maui Department of Water Supply has created a new webpage to equip our customers and the public with tools to help conserve water in Maui County. We must all work together to make a difference and conserve water where we can. Please check out our new webpage to find out great tips on how to save water and learn that all the small changes add up to make a BIG difference.
Rain Barrel Catchment Program Giveaway
The County of Maui Department of Water Supply is excited to announce its first Rain Barrel Catchment Program. As part of our continued efforts to promote water conservation on our islands, we are currently giving away free 50-gallon, eco-friendly Ivy Rain Barrels while supplies last. Find out more on our Rain Barrel Catchment Program Giveaway page.
Ultra High-Efficiency Toilet (UHET) Replacement Program
The County of Maui Department of Water Supply’s (DWS) Toilet Replacement Program was created to encourage DWS customers to conserve water and help them save money on their water bills.
Under the DWS UHET Toilet Replacement Program, DWS customers may choose to replace older qualifying toilets that have a 3.5 gallons per flush (gpf) or higher. DWS is providing qualified customers with new, UHET toilets that are dual flush with a rate of 0.92/1.28 gpf. Learn more on our UHET Replacement Program page.
County of Maui Community Gardens Project
The Department of Water Supply, along with Maui County community groups, participates in an assortment of garden projects. The goal of the projects is to demonstrate the benefits of using native plants and water conservation in the landscape. Please visit the Community Gardens Project (PDF) to see some of the xeriscape and native plant gardens cultivated around Maui County.
Annual Poster & Video Contest
The Department of Water Supply Division of Water Resources and Planning is excited to continue promoting its annual Poster & Video Contests. They are open to Maui County’s youth, which are currently enrolled in both public and private educational institutions. The Poster Contest is for K-8th grade students who submit a variety of creative posters with our annual theme about water conservation. The Video Contest is for 6th-12th grade students who submit original self or team-produced videos showcasing our annual theme about Source Protection. If you are interested in participating in our annual contests, please check back later this year for contest updates, rules, and deadlines.
Please check around your property for leaks, water your yard less frequently, and use low-flow fixtures. Together we can protect our water resources. The Department of Water Supply has some free items available to the public such as:
- Faucet Aerators for the Kitchen and Bathroom
- Leak Detection Dye Tablets (to check toilets for leaks)
- Moisture Meters
- Shower Heads
- Hose Nozzle
- Toilet Tank Bag
Low Flow Fixture Application
Please fill out our online application to receive Low-Flow Fixtures from DWS. Once you have finished the application, come to our office to pick them up. If you have any questions, please call our office at (808) 463-3110.
You can also obtain fixtures by stopping by the office at:
One Main Plaza
2200 Main Street, Suite 102
Wailuku, HI 96793
Help us conserve water, Maui County!