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Get Started on the Maui Wildfire Debris Cleanup Right of Entry (ROE) Portal
Get Started on the Maui Wildfire Debris Cleanup Right of Entry (ROE) Portal

Sign up for Phase 2 of the Debris Removal Program

Updated over a week ago

In order to opt-in to the Government-sponsored Consolidated Debris Removal Program, property owners must complete a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form to allow the US Army Corps of Engineers and their contractors to access their property to conduct the debris removal. No removal of non-hazardous, fire-damaged material will begin on private property without the permission of the property owner.

An online portal has been established for submitting a Right-of-Entry form. Choose a button below to get started in the portal.

Documents and information needed for submittal of the Debris Removal Right-of-Entry Permit:

  • Property Information (Property’s Tax Map Key, Address, and Site Sketch)

  • Contact Information (Phone Number and Email Address)

  • Insurance Information (declaration page, debris removal coverage section, auto insurance)

  • Signatures and Verification of all Owners, Trustees, or Authorized Agents (Click here to view the Supporting Verification Documents)

    This ROE can be submitted to OR send the physical copy of the ROE and accompanying documents to:

    Public Works Department
    Attn: ROE intake
    200 S. High Street
    Wailuku, HI 96793

Advice to help fill out Right-of-Entry

• Homeowners should be encouraged to list septic tanks, leach fields, survey monuments, cesspools, gravesites, or any other important structures when doing their ROE drawing.

• If property owners are unsure about the eligibility of material/items on their property or would like to keep certain items, it would be helpful to specify the material/item they would like to keep or specifically have removed from their property.

• Certain items may require additional eligibility determinations for removal, so when in doubt, it's better to document. For example, if the homeowner has an above-ground, fiberglass pool that was melted during the fire but is held up by a retaining wall, it would be beneficial to them to note that they would like the pool and retaining wall to be removed.

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