Kihei Villages Commonly Asked Questions and Answers.

  • chevron_rightDoes Kihei Villages have electric car charging stations?
    Not at this time. A feasibility study needs to be done to see if/where it would even be possible to install them. Once that is done we can provide further details. For now, owners with electric vehicles will have to continue to use the public stations (click here for map)
  • chevron_rightWhat is KV's policy on pets?
    Excerpt from Kihei Villages House Rules 2019 - 
    Kihei Villages is a pet friendly community.

    The following rules are designed to create a pleasant neighborhood for all.
    1. Registration - With the exception of fish, all animals must be registered, including photo, with the KiheiVillages’ office.  Animal registration forms can be found on the Kihei Villages’ website www.kiheivillagesaoao.com or obtained from the office. Dogs must be currently licensed by the County of Maui. The owner must provide a copy of the license to the office. 
    2. The Board has determined that a reasonable number of pets per condominium, excluding a fish tank, is maximum of two (2) animals.
    3. Animals shall not be kept, bred or used at the project for any commercial purposes.
    4. Dogs must be on leash and under control at all times when walking the Kihei Villages’ grounds. Leash length shall be a maximum of 10 feet per Maui County Leash Law.  No retractable leashes are allowed. Pets must be wearing a collar with tags. NO animals are allowed to run free in the common areas of Kihei Villages.
    5. Animal Waste -  Owners/occupants shall be responsible for the daily and proper removal of all fecal matter of their animal(s) within their fenced yard. If needed, the yard is to be treated so no fecal odor is present long enough to cause an odor problem or health hazard. 
    6. WHEN WALKING YOUR ANIMAL(S), FECAL WASTE MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE COMMON AREA IMMEDIATELY. Pet waste stations are provided all around the grounds for proper animal waste disposal.
    7. Ground floor owners/occupants are permitted to keep their dogs/animals within the fenced in yard. However, it is the animal owner’s responsibility to ensure that an animal does not escape into the common areas.
    8. Animals are allowed on the second story lanai only while occupants are at home. Animal waste is not allowed on the second story lanais. Should there be an accident, the use of cleaning chemicals cannot be allowed to run off the lanai to the property below. Owners will be responsible for any damage caused by the careless use of cleaning fluids. (Such as bleach, Lysol, etc.)
    9. Caged Birds - A domestic bird must be caged.  Any cage put outside must be kept in the lanai area and cannot hang from the building in any fashion. Cages are not to exceed eight (8) cubic feet, and any bird that is disturbing to others must be kept inside the condominium. Large and noisy birds like cockatoos, macaws and parrots are not permitted.
    10. Excessive barking is not allowed as defined by Maui County Code 6.04.010; continuous and/or incessant barking, baying, crying, howling, or any other noise which disturbs any person at any time of day or night for ten (10) consecutive minutes or intermittently for twenty (20) minutes.
    11. Owner/Occupants are responsible for any damage caused by their animals.
    12. Any physical contact initiated by an animal which includes, but is not limited to pouncing on, biting or scratching shall be enforced in accordance with Maui County Code (6.04), pertaining to Animal Control, and should be immediately reported to a Maui County Humane Officer (808) 877-3680 ext. 211, and Kihei Villages Office (808) 874-5454
    13. Kihei Villages does not permit teasing, tormenting, provoking or injuring of animals on property.
    14. Any dog previously officially designated as dangerous by the Maui Humane Society is banned from Kihei Villages’ property. Owner/Occupant shall indemnify the association and hold it harmless against loss, liability or injury of any kind arising from their animal(s).
    15. Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary contained herein, guide dogs, signal dogs and other animals required to assist a person with a disability (collectively referred to as “assistance animals”) shall be permitted at the project subject to the following restrictions:

    A. If an assistance animal causes a nuisance or unreasonable disturbance or poses a threat to the health or safety of any owner, occupant, guest, or other animal, the animal’s owner will be given an opportunity to rectify the problem by measures which fall short of ejectment of the animal from the project. Ejectment will be required only if the Board of Directors reasonably determines that less drastic alternatives have been unsuccessful. If such an animal is ejected, it will nonetheless be
    allowed to remain at the project for a reasonable period of time while its owner attempts to find a suitable replacement animal, provided that the problem is controlled to a sufficient degree that the continued presence of the animal during that time does not constitute an unreasonable imposition upon, or threat to the safety or health of other owners, occupants, animals or guests.

    B. The Board of Directors may ask for verification by a qualified person of the need for an assistance
    animal, unless both the disability and need for the assistance animal are obvious.

    C. Such assistance animals shall not be kept, bred, or used at the project for any commercial purposes.

    D. Such assistance animals shall be permitted on the common elements, provided that the animal is on a short leash or harness, in a cage, or carried by someone who can control the assistance animal, unless, the animal must be off a leash to perform its tasks for its owner.

    E. The assistance animal owner will be responsible for any actions of the assistance animal which cause injuries to persons or their animals or damages to property. An assistance animal owner must indemnify, hold harmless, and defend the Association from any liability, damages, judgments, or expenses (including attorneys’ fees), incurred or resulting from the actions of the assistance animal.

    Other Animals: Encouraging and feeding stray animals on property is prohibited.
  • chevron_rightDoes the KV site office handle rentals?
    Kihei Villages site office does not handle rentals.  All units at Kihei Villages are individually owned and rented by the owner or their rental agent.
  • chevron_rightIs there assigned parking?
    Parking spaces are part of your deed when you purchase your unit, so check your deed for your parking space number(s). If you are purchasing a unit, the property description should also contain the parking space number(s) the seller is including.  Owner and Visitor guest parking spaces are clearly marked.
  • chevron_rightDoes KV supply internet?
    Kihei Villages maintenance fees do include internet (as of January 2022). Other amenities such as cable and streaming services can be added at residents expense.  If you would like to add additional Spectrum TV services to your own Spectrum account, please contact them directly: (808) 643-2100 or (808) 643-0144.
  • chevron_rightAre vacation rentals allowed?
    Short term rentals are not allowed at Kihei Villages.  Units need to be rented six months or longer.
  • chevron_rightCan I have a BBQ? (Updated)
    Cooking with propane or electric grills is permitted in private yards and must be a minimum of 10' (ten feet) from the building.  Charcoal grills are not allowed, however, there are charcoal grills located at the Club House park area that are available for residents to use. BBQ's are NOT allowed on 2nd floor lanais/balconies.
    Please see the House Rules for more information.
  • chevron_rightWho can use Visitor Parking?
    Visitor Parking is for GUESTS of residents.  Residents are not to park there or face $50 fine for illegally parking in a visitor stall.  (It is allowed for very brief loading and unloading of a vehicle). Special permission is needed by either Property Watch or the Office for a resident to park in a Visitor parking stall for an extended period of time or overnight.  If a guest is to stay overnight, an overnight parking pass is required and ONLY the registered resident my acquire a parking pass for their guest.  Property Watch, who is on duty after hours and on weekends/holidays, is allowed to issue passes for one night during the week and may give a pass for the weekend when the Office is closed.  If an extended visitor pass is needed the resident needs to contact the Office.  ID and the license plate number of the vehicle are both needed in order for a pass to be issued. Contact the Office with questions. 808-874-5454.
  • chevron_rightWhat if I only have one assigned stall but two vehicles?
    First, register all cars so that any of your vehicles may park in your assigned stall.  A second stall can be rented.  This is done through individuals that choose to rent out their spot.  The Office does not handle any stall rentals; however, if you do find a stall to rent, a stall rental agreement needs to be turned in to the Office.  This way the Office is aware of who is parking where, in case there is some reason the vehicle needs to be moved or in case of an emergency.  It also confirms permission was granted by the renter.  Those renting a stall or needing to rent one may place an ad in the classified area of this website, or put a note on the bulletin board in the Office.
  • chevron_rightHow do I get mail and packages?
    Kihei Villages is equipped with 3 centralized mail delivery systems on the grounds. Mailbox pavilion locations #1, #2 and #3. Consult the mailbox property map which includes your building and unit number on it.  If renting, your landlord or property manager will provide you with a key.  If you are a new owner, the previous owner should provide the mailbox key.  If you do not have a key or lose it, you need to contact the Post Office to have them install a new locking mechanism and they will provide you with new keys.  Packages that can fit in the larger parcel boxes are often used by the Post Office to deliver your package.  They will leave a key in your smaller box, which has a number on it that corresponds to the larger parcel post.  UPS and FedEx will deliver directly to your unit.  The KV Office does not accept mail or packages for residents.  It is very important that your mail and packages include both your building and unit number to ensure proper delivery.

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