United States Postal Service

Vacant PO Boxes at Post Offices across Maui will be temporarily made available at no charge to Lahaina residents who lost their homes or their Lahaina Downtown Post Office PO Boxes. Qualifying residents may request their free PO Boxes at any Maui post office. The post offices with the largest available inventories of PO Boxes are the Lahaina Main Post Office and the Kahului Post Office.

To ensure that these free PO Boxes are taken only by Lahaina residents who lost their homes or PO Boxes, requestors will be asked to provide a photo identification and proof of their Lahaina residence.The PO Boxes will be provided without charge through the end of February 2024. This offer is limited to one free PO Box per affected Lahaina household.

USPS reminds displaced customers who would like to redirect their mail to new addresses to submit their USPS Change of Address (COA) requests as soon as possible. COA requests can be made online at or a local post office. Lahaina postal customers can call the USPS Maui wildfire impact information line at (808) 423-6000 to hear a recording providing the latest service updates.

The Wailuku Post Office is no longer receiving or distributing mail for Lahaina residents. Lahaina residents who lost their homes, or live in areas which are currently inaccessible, may pick up their mail from the “dutch door” in the lobby of the Lahaina Main Post Office. Service will be available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Photo identification is necessary for mail pick-up. The latest updates on mail service are available by calling a recording at 808-423-6000. The Lahaina Main Post Office is located at 1760 Honoapi‘ilani Highway.

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For Lahaina & Kula residents impacted by the fires

Talk Story with Mayor Bissen

Lahaina and Kula residents who have been impacted by the August fires are invited to talk story with Mayor Richard Bissen. There are several dates to choose from. Each talk story session will welcome up to 30 residents to give folks a chance to share mana‘o and ask questions.

Series of events from December 9 through January 27.