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Special Alerts

 

 

Island of Hawaii Volcanic Eruption and Lava Flow

 

The Hawaii Tourism Authority , Hawaii Tourism United States and the Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau are closely monitoring the Kilauea volcanic activity. The following information and maps are current as of June 13.

 

For the most updated information visit Hawaii Civil Defense http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/active-alerts

Island of Hawaii - Kilauea Quick Facts

STATEWIDE MAP   ISLAND OF HAWAII MAP

05-25-2018 “Air Quality is Safe in the Hawaiian Islands” – Hawaii Governor David Ige and State’s Top Health Official  

05-21-2018 Hawaii Governor David Ige: "Travel is Safe to the Hawaiian Islands"   ISLAND MAP

05-14-2018 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Two-thirds of the Park Remains Closed

05-12-18 Important Message to Vacation Rentals in Lower Puna

 

Helpful Links

 

Hawaii County Civil Defense

http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/active-alerts

 

Hawaii County Eruption Map

https://goo.gl/i7RbrB

 

Interagency Vog Information Dashboard: http://www.ivhhn.org/vog

 

Hawaii Volcano Observatory/USGS

https://on.doi.gov/2FEPVBm

Volcanic Watch Updates - https://on.doi.gov/2r8G4zE

 

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 

https://www.nps.gov/havo/planyourvisit/lava2.htm

 

Volcanic Ash Guide

www.ivhhn.org/images/pamphlets/Health_Guidelines_English_WEB.pdf

 

Hawaiian Eruptions

https://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/hawaii/page26.html

 

Na Leo TV (video media briefs)

http://naleo.tv/vod/

 

TRAVELERS MAY CALL

Travelers planning a trip to the Island of Hawaii who have questions can contact the Hawaii Tourism United States Call Center at 1-800-GO-HAWAII (1-800-464-2924)

 

 

Kauai Flooding

 

05-03-2018 Kuhio Highway from Waikoko to Wainiha to Open to Local Traffic Only Beginning Friday, May 4   ISLAND MAP

04-25-2018 Water Quality Continues to Improve at Kauai Beaches as Additional Brown Water Advisories are Lifted

 

 

For past Special Alert notices, click here.

 

 

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