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New Short Term Rental Policy Announced for Maui County

Friday, June 12, 2020 5:53 PM | Jen Russo (Administrator)

Today Mayor Victorino announced in his press conference it is now ok for Maui Short Term Rentals, this includes permitted homes, permitted bed and breakfast operations, and condos, to advertise for accommodations, and they can begin taking reservations on June 16 for people who are not subject to quarantine. 

Here are the details from the administration:

Governor Ige's 9th Supplementary Proclamation Related to the COVID-19 Emergency, dated June 10, 2020, states that persons traveling to the State who require paid or commercial lodging while subject to the mandatory 14-day quarantine shall designate a hotel or motel as their designated quarantine location. 

Quarantine for persons traveling inter-island expires on June 16, 2020.

Under Mayor Victorino's Public Health Emergency Rules amended June 8, 2020, operation of essential business includes hotels and motels, in compliance with the State of Hawaii restrictions.


Therefore, effective June 16, 2020, all vacation rentals, including condominiums, Bed and Breakfast Homes and Short-Term Rental Homes, may operate for inter-island travelers, or out-of-state travelers who have completed their mandatory 14-day quarantine. 

Out-of-state visitors that arrive in Maui County must complete a 14-day mandatory quarantine at a hotel or motel prior to rental of a condominium, Bed and Breakfast Home or Short-Term Rental Home.

These rules remain in effect until July 31, 2020 unless they are terminated at an earlier date or extended to a later date. Violation of this rule is punishable as a misdemeanor, with fines of up to $5,000, up to a year in jail, or both. This applies to visitors and hosts who do not follow quarantine requirements.

If the Governor’s Proclamation expires or is terminated prior to the expiration or termination of Mayor Victorino’s Public Health Emergency Rules, the Mayor’s Rules remain in effect.

Click Here for today's slides from the Mayor’s press conference.

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