The County of Maui invites the community to join them for “Coffee Talks” to discuss their PARK MAUI program, a new parking management initiative aimed at addressing parking issues in heavily utilized areas of the island.
The Coffee Talks will take place on Monday, May 15, from 8 am to 11 am at the Maui Coffee Attic (59 Kanoa Street); and on Thursday, May 25, from 2 pm to 5 pm at the Wailuku Coffee Company (26 N. Market Street). County representatives and a parking consultant from Dixon Resources Unlimited will be present to answer questions and provide information about the program.
PARK MAUI spokesperson, Erin Wade from the County of Maui Department of Management, stated, "We are grateful for the feedback we've received from the community so far, and we hope to continue the conversation. These Coffee Talks offers us an opportunity to further engage with the community and provide the latest updates on the program, while also hearing people’s ideas and concerns."
The PARK MAUI program utilizes data-driven solutions to implement new parking procedures and equipment in beach parks, business districts, and on streets in heavily utilized areas. The pilot phase of the program will begin this summer at Ulua/Mokapu Beach Park in Wailea, Kamaole Beach Parks in Kihei, and select areas in the towns of Lahaina and Wailuku. The public is also encouraged to provide feedback on future PARK MAUI parking locations.
Those interested in learning more about the PARK MAUI program are encouraged to attend one of the Coffee Talks or visit the program's website at www.PARKMAUI.com.
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