Draft Plan Review – Community Plan Advisory Committee Review
In this section you will find all information pertaining to the review of the Draft South Maui Community Plan.
We are currently in Phase IV of the update process: seeking recommendations from the South Maui Community Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC). Information on this page is updated regularly. Sign up for our Email List at the bottom of our website to stay in the know!
Wednesday, March 29, 2023
Kihei Community Center
To be reviewed by CPAC
Goal 2.1 Actions (1.12 – 1.17)
Goal 2.1 | A Complete, Balanced and Connected Transportation Network
Goal 2.2 | Safe, Healthy, Livable Communities for All
Goal 2.3 | Ready and Resilient Systems
Goal 2.4 | Mauka to Makai Watershed Management
Goal 2.5 | Responsible Stewardship of Wahi Kūpuna and Historic Properties
CPAC Meeting Archive
Agendas, minutes, testimony, materials and video recordings from past CPAC meetings.
View the Draft Plan
We are pleased to present the Planning Department’s Draft of the South Maui Community Plan, which builds upon extensive community input, coordination with other County and State departments, and best planning practices to promote complete, healthy and resilient communities. The Plan provides a long-term vision for South Maui and serves as a policy guide for County agencies, the Maui Planning Commission, and County Council on projects and decisions that impact South Maui. The Draft Plan will undergo extensive review by the South Maui Community Plan Advisory Committee in the coming months.
View by Section:
Click on the button below to view an interactive web version of the Community Plan Map, which includes additional reference layers and information.
View Individual Maps:
Figure 1.1 – South Maui moku (districts)
Figure 1.4 – South Maui ahupua’a
Figure 1.5 – South Maui subareas
Figure 3.2 – Community Plan map
Figure 3.3 – Subarea 1 | Mā‘alaea/Keālia
Figure 3.4 – Subarea 2 | North Kīhei
Figure 3.5 – Subarea 3 | South Kīhei
Figure 3.6 – Subarea 4 | Wailea
Figure 3.7 – Subarea 5 | Mākena
Figure 3.8 – Subarea 6 | ‘Āhihi-Kīna‘u/Kanaio
Figure 3.9: Area of Change | Mā‘alaea
Figure 3.10: Area of Change | Central Maui Baseyard
Figure 3.11: Area of Change | Mauka North Kīhei
Figure 3.12: Area of Change | Central Kīhei
Figure 3.13: Area of Change | Maui Research and Technology Park
Figure 3.14: Area of Change | County-owned parcel
Figure 3.15: Area of Change | Honua‘ula
Figure 3.16: Area of Change | Mākena
Figure 3.17: Area of Stability | Gulches
Figure 3.18: Area of Stability | ‘Āhihi-Kīna‘u
View the South Maui Story Map
The South Maui Story Map includes information about the existing Kihei-Makena Community Plan designations, natural resources, cultural heritage, agriculture, parks and open space, hazards, transportation, and infrastructure and public facilities.
About the CPAC
The South Maui CPAC is a 13-member committee made up of South Maui residents appointed by the Maui County Council and Mayor to provide community input on the updated Draft South Maui Community Plan. Members are tasked with reviewing and recommending revisions to the updated Draft Plan, and provide guidance on local issues that influence the physical, social, and economic development of their community.
CPAC Members appointed by Maui County Council
- Tova Callender
- Everett R. Dowling
- Lehuanani Huddleston-Hafoka
- Vernon Kalanikau
- Daniel Kanahele
- Mike Moran
- Cody Nemet
- Keoki Pfaeltzer
- Rob Weltman
CPAC Members appointed by Mayor Michael P. Victorino
Tom Blackburn-Rodriguez– Resigned as of 11/17/22
- Randol Leach – As of 12/8/22
- Wayne Nishiki
- Jennifer Sullivan
- Brian Ward
What are the roles and responsibilities of a CPAC member?
The following list gives you an idea of the roles and responsibilities of a CPAC member. This list should not be considered all inclusive.
- Elect a chair and vice chair.
- Review the Draft Plan and supporting documents and data.
- Develop recommendations for the Draft Plan.
- Attend meetings prepared to participate (read materials prior to meetings).
- Comply with Rules of Practice and Procedure and the Sunshine Law.
- Coordinate with Planning Department staff.
- Listen to public testimony and serve as the voice of the local community.
- Come with an open mind prepared to listen to all points of view.
- Be willing to compromise and address South Maui’s diverse community as equitably as possible.