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Aloha and Welcome to the Kihei Villages Community website.
 
Here you will find the answers to common questions, House Rules, have the ability to view and print common forms and requests, see upcoming events or meetings, post a classified ad and so much more.  Just click on the area you choose to view. 
 
Many areas do not require a log-in.  For example, the General Office and Request Forms and House Rules sections are open to owners and tenants alike.  Other areas are exclusive to owners and you will be prompted to register as an owner for access.
 
Mahalo Kihei Villages AOAO 
  
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm, Closed weekends and Holidays. Security available on weeknights, 4pm to 8am and 24 hours on weekends and Holidays. 808-874-5454
 
~ News ~
Happy Thanksgiving
Posted on Nov 16th, 2018
The Office will be closed on Thursday the November 22nd and Friday the 23rd in observance of Thanksgiving.  Please contact Security during this time if assistance is needed.  808-874-5454.  See you back on Monday the 26th!  Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend!
Holiday Decorating
Posted on Nov 14th, 2018
Holiday Decorating May Begin Thanksgiving!
-Lights and decorations are allowed in the limited common areas. Lower units: private back lanai/yards, lanai ceilings and inside fences.  Upper units:  private lanai, lanai ceiling and railing.  Please turn off lights by 10pm, except on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
-Common areas, such as stairs and upper units' front railings need to be clear of decorations.  No lights or decorations in common area landscaping (grass, trees, hedges).
-Front doors and windows may be decorated.
-Please keep the water heater closet entry free from decorations.
-The front porch light fixture may not be used as a power source.
-Holiday lights and decorations are allowed to be displayed from Thanksgiving until January 15th.
Celebrate the Season!
'KV Neighbors' Group to be Organized
Posted on Oct 4th, 2018
The 'KV Neighbors' Group is seeking volunteers that are willing to help neighbors in need.  A community group like this can make KV an even better place to live.  We would like to start by helping elderly or injured neighbors in need of assistance to clean up their yards and/or help with landscaping.  We already know of some in need, so let's get to helping!  If you are interested in being a part of this group, please call or text Nicole Burns at 808-793-7636.
Kihei Villages New Facebook Group
Posted on Oct 4th, 2018
There is a new Facebook group for KV!  Search 'Kihei Villages Community'.  Be a part of the Kihei Villages conversation about events in the area, items that affect our community, and so much more.  All residents are welcome to join.  If you have any problems finding the group you can private message Nicole A Burns on Facebook, or text/call her at 808-793-7636.
Spectrum Cable
Posted on Aug 6th, 2018
As of July 31st, a cable box is needed to receive a TV signal.  Please call Spectrum at 808-643-2337 to order your box.  Since basic cable is included with the Association dues, the first box is complimentary.  You will still be asked to set up an account so Spectrum can track if a box was issued.  If a second box is needed for another room,  renting one is also available through Spectrum.

 
~ Notes from the Community Manager ~
Hurricane Season June 1 through November 30, 2018
It is that time of year to check all of your emergency supplies for the upcoming Hurricane Season. Actually, with all the different types of natural and man made possibilities, it's best to always have a plan in place for you and your family and review this plan on a quarterly basis. If you have been watching the news about the volcano on the Big Island and seeing what they have been going through, most of them were not prepared. BE PREPARED!!!
2018 Central Pacific Hurricane Season Outlook- UPDATE
From the Press Conference on May 23,2018:
  • 3-6 Tropical Cyclones in the Central Pacific basin
  • 40% above normal season
  • 40% normal season
  • 20% below normal season
The forecast reflects ENSO Neutral, possibly transitioning to weak El Nino.
Within the hurricane formation region:
  • Ocean temperatures projected to remain above normal.
  • Wind shear projected to remain below normal.
If El Nino develops, activity would be near the higher end of the range.
One of the biggest talking points was being prepared by checking your emergency supplies, replace any expired items, and even upgrade your emergency supplies.
 
Since our "Missile Warning" in January, the State has supplied information to be added to our emergency preparedness checklist  in the event of a missile attack; something some of us haven't experienced since the 1960's. Please find this new information under the Emergency Preparedness section of this site. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency has supplied a guidance summary for coordinated public messaging for a nuclear detonation. This form is also attached.
 
The State has also updated how much food and water you will need in case of an event. The recommended amounts of supplies went from 3 days per per person to 14 days of supplies per person. Please see the attached information regarding food and water.
 
UPDATE: May 14, 2018
Wailuku, Maui - The recent eruptions and seismic activity on the Big Island and the possibility for a local tsunami, are a current reminder for Maui County residents to be prepared for emergencies and disasters.
Be Informed about local hazards that could affect your home.  Make a Plan with your household including communications and evacuations.  Build an Evacuation Kit for each member of your family with food, water and essential supplies for 3-5 days.  For sheltering in place have 14 days of food, water and essential supplies at home.
Sign up for Maka'ala - Maui County's Emergency Alerts at mauicounty.gov/983/Active-Advisories-Watches-Notification-S.

For more information about emergency preparedness go to mauicounty.gov/emergency or call Maui County Emergency Management Agency at 270-7285.
 
Safety & Security
The exterior gates have been installed. The Uwapo Road gates are locked at 10 pm and unlocked at 5am. The Kenolio Road gates are closed at 10 pm but not locked, for those residents that park on Kenolio Road. 
 
If anyone observes any illegal or questionable activity on property, please call Security or Maui PD. Don't think someone else will call. Its better to be safe than sorry.
 
Just for Laughs
  • Cleaning with kids in the house is like brushing your teeth with Oreos.
  • If anyone needs an ark, I Noah guy.
 
BE SAFE OUT THERE!
 
                                    

 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 

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