All satellite DMVL offices in Maui County will close on Friday, July 15 to accommodate the reopening of the Kahului location, county officials announced earlier this week. According to the Department of Finance, Division of Motor Vehicles & Licensing, closing the satellite DMVL offices on Friday to allow officials to reset equipment and re-establish network connectivity to the Kahului DMVL Service Center at the Maui Mall, which should reopen for business on Monday, July 18.
The one-day closure will affect the Hana, Kihei, Lahaina, Lanai City, Molokai and Pukalani satellite offices. All DMVL satellite offices will resume regular customer service hours on Monday, July 18.
The Maui Mall Service Center closed in early February due to severe water leakage into the facility that was caused by a heavy rain combined with roofing issues. The water damaged ceiling tiles, insulation, walls and equipment, making it unsafe for the public as well as county employees. Extensive repair work has been performed in the facility, which included the replacement of ceiling tiles, repair to walls, and removal of insulation. The repairs also included electrical testing and multiple rounds of air quality testing.
The Maui Mall management has completed all roof repairs, which should prevent any further damage to the facility.
Customers with questions may call the DMVL Call Center at 808-270-7363 for additional information. General information on drivers licensing, motor vehicle registration, handicap placards and other DMVL-related topics is available online at Mauicounty.gov/dmvl.
Photo of the refurbished Kahului DMVL office: Kayla Bisquera/County of Maui