Coronavirus - COVID-9 Update

Submitted by kawelapha on Tue, 04/07/2020 - 15:22

Aloha KPHA Members!

As we pass the three-month mark for Covid-19, our hearts are heavy with the devastating loss this virus has inflicted on so many families across our islands, our country and the world.  The United States has suffered well over 110,000 souls taken from us, with over 400,000 lives lost worldwide, yet still we are thankful for the passing sweep it gave us thus far on Molokai.  We keep all those who have lost loved ones in our thoughts during this difficult time.

At the guidance of Maui County governance, Molokai is opening up slowly but steadily.  Restaurants are opening, stores are back in business and parks are allowing usage with some restrictions still in place.  Wearing masks and social distancing are still in place to keep everyone safe. 

Because our KPHA office hours were not affected, we continue to operate as close to normal as possible.  You can stop by to drop off payments or keys Monday through Friday from 8am to 3pm, and we have a drop-box located outside the office if you stop by after hours. 

Hunting and reservations remain unaffected.  Kaoaini Park is open for daytime use with restrictions:  No overnight camping, no grilling allowed and no gatherings of 10 or more people at this time.  As things are ever-changing, we will keep our website updated with current information or you can call the office for any updates.

Please stay safe, stay well and if you have concerns, questions or needs, feel free to give us a call – we are here to help!  Mahalo!

KPHA Water System
We want to assure you that the water system is working fine and without issue.  Our water continues to flow, is safe to drink and we will continue to monitor the system as we have done in the past, so there are no changes with our water system.  
If you have any issues regarding water, you may call the office (808-553-4223), leave a message and we will return your call.  If you have a water emergency (ex.:  no water, you see water gushing down the street or through a vacant property) you may still call the water emergency number (808-213-5084) and we will respond.
Water and HOA payments will still be accepted (via mail, online, phone in or drop box) and invoices will still go out as they normally do.

Covid-19 Updates
There are many ways to access the most current coronavirus information:  Our website ( has a link to the Maui County website:, you can go to Hawaii News Now website, if you are a Facebook user you can access the Molokai Dispatch Facebook page for updates or you can Google updates online.  

Let us know if you have any questions!   Mahalo as always and please stay home and stay safe!

KPHA Board of Directors
Kawela Plantation Homeowner’s Association 
Please use existing Maui County Department of Health Guidelines for the response to coronavirus: