LĀHAINĀ, Hawai‘i—A bill to adopt amendments to the Maui Digital Zoning Map for 13 parcels that are zoned P-1, M-1, PK, R-2 and R-2 will be considered by the Planning and Sustainable Land Use Committee on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., Councilmember Tamara Paltin announced today.
Bill 66 (2022) proposes to adopt the most recently amended Maui Digital Zoning Map (4) as the official zoning map for the Island of Maui, including graphical portrayal of zoning designations. The digital zoning maps are available at https://www.mauicounty.gov/2159/Digital-Zoning-Map-Update-Project.
“The process of updating digital zoning maps can address minor revisions, but can also propose policy changes to rezone certain properties,” said Paltin, who chairs the committee. “These updates aim to have zoning designations consistent with a property’s use, community plan designation and state land use classification.”
As part of this phase of the digital mapping project, the Planning Department recommends changing the zoning of 13 parcels to P-2 Public/Quasi Public District.
The following parcels in map (4) are proposed to be rezoned to the P-2 District:
|238007125||UH Maui College||R-2/M-1||68’||Yes|
|238007040||UH Maui College||R-2/M-1||68’, 43’, 74’, 55’ 9”||Yes|
|237002011||UH Maui College||R-2/M-1||Various||No|
|239012036||Kihei Fire Station||PK||~30’||No|
|238007098||Maui High School||R-2||~46’||Unknown|
|238046013||Maui Memorial Medical Center||P-1||81’||Yes|
|238007004||Baldwin High School||R-3||55.4’||Yes|
|238046025||Wailuku Police Station||R-3||~51’ 7”||No|
|222002070||Kihei Police Station||P-1||52’||Yes|
|239038026||Wailea Fire Station||P-1||46’||Yes|
|222002081||Kihei High School||P-1||N/A||No|
|223008039||Kamehameha Schools Maui||P-1||54’, 41’, 98’, 50.3’, 50’, 51’, 60’ 10”||Yes|
|*Built prior to 1960 zoning ordinance (5 stories, year 1937)|
Paltin said the committee will also discuss the South Maui Community Plan update process, including a review of selected finalists for nomination to the Community Plan Advisory Committee, or CPAC.
Members of the public can view the meeting on Akaku Channel 53 or provide testimony in person at the Mayor’s Conference Room or via the video conference link or phone number listed on the meeting agenda at MauiCounty.us/agendas.
The committee will also accept written testimony. For instructions on submitting written testimony, please visit MauiCounty.us/ecomment.
For more information, visit MauiCounty.us or contact the committee staff at (808) 270-7838.