The following links provide important information related to Tropical Cyclone Ignacio.
Hurricane Preparedness and Safety Tips
Evacuation Center Information
Mayor's Emergency Declaration
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Central Pacific Hurricane Center
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MEDIA ADVISORY: Sept. 1st Siren and Emergency Alert Test CANCELLED
The monthly test of the statewide outdoor siren warning system scheduled for Tuesday, September 1, 2015 has been cancelled. This cancellation is to avoid confusion as Hurricane Ignacio moves by the Hawaiian Islands.
Mayor Arakawa Signs Emergency Proclamation, Urges Preparedness
Mayor Alan Arakawa signed an emergency proclamation effective 11:00 a.m. today. Aalthough Tropical Cyclone Ignacio’s track is still uncertain, the system has the potential to cause widespread damage throughout Maui County.
Residents and Visitors Urged to Avoid Flash Flooding Areas
Maui County is advising hikers, campers and other outdoor enthusiasts to avoid any areas where flash-flooding could occur. Recent heavy rains have caused streams and rivers to run at high capacity and any downpour could make crossing them very dangerous.
Tropical Cyclone Notification - Hurricane Ignacio
Tue, Sep. 1
Budget and Finance Committee Meeting
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Water Resources Committee Meeting
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Land Use Committee Meeting
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