Next Community Meetings
KCA will hold additional community meetings on Wednesday September 13, 2017 and Wednesday November 15, 2017. Further details will be available here when they become available.
Red Cross Needs Disaster Volunteers
The American Red Cross is recruiting disaster volunteers in Maui County in preparation for hurricane season, which starts on June 1st. “We need our communities prepared for disasters before they occur. One critical piece is to have trained volunteers on standby and ready to respond,” said Michele Liberty, Red Cross Maui County Director. “We encourage new volunteers to join the Red Cross ohana and support our mission of helping those in need.”
The Maui Red Cross is seeking volunteers to join our disaster response teams on Maui, Lanai and Molokai.
From hurricanes to house fires, the Hawaii Red Cross responds to disasters statewide every 4 days. Whether it’s one displaced family or thousands of disaster victims, Hawaii Red Cross volunteers are there to help. This is what the Red Cross is about- neighbor helping neighbor- down the street, across the nation, and around the world. All disaster training is provided free of charge.
If interested in becoming a Red Cross volunteer, the first step is to register online at
To register, 1) click on ‘Volunteer’; and then 2) click on ‘Becoming a Volunteer’.
Once applications are completed through the Volunteer Connection system, the Red Cross will contact interested individuals about signing up for basic disaster classes.
Call the Maui Office at 808-244- 0051 with any questions, or for more information on the training.
2nd Community Workshop on Source Water Protection 5-23
Invitation to Attend 2nd Community Workshop on Source Water Protection for Maui County's Ag Sector - Tuesday 05/23
The County of Maui Department of Water Supply (DWS) is excited to announce that, in partnership with the Hawaii Rural Water Association (HRWA), we will be hosting the second of a three part workshop series focused on source water protection for the agricultural sector in Maui County. The event is open to the public and will engage participants in discussions regarding Best Management Practices (BMPs) intended to address Potentially Contaminating Activities (PCAs) that could pose risks to source water quality, including municipal and private wellheads. The workshop will be educational and interactive, and will offer opportunities for event participants to contribute to developing community based solutions intended to address source water protection for the Maui County agricultural sector. The concepts and recommendations emerging from these community discussions will be used as a basis to explore federal, state and county financial assistance opportunities for future source wa ter protection efforts.
WHEN: 5:00pm – 7:00pm on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.
University of Hawaii Maui College (UHMC) Kahului Campus (In Person)
310 W. Ka’ahumanu Avenue
Ka’a’ike Building Room 105CD
Kahului, HI 96732
UHMC Molokai Education Center (Remote/Video Connection)
Molokai Room 103
375 Kamehameha V Highway
Kaunakakai, HI 96748
UHMC Lanai Education Center (Remote/Video Connection)
Lanai Conference Room
329 7th Street
Lana’i City, HI 96763
UHMC Lahaina Education Center (Remote/Video Connection)
Lahaina Conference Room
60 Kenui Street
Lahaina, HI 96761
UHMC Hana Education Center (Remote/Video Connection)
Hana Conference Room
5101 Uakea Road
Hana, HI 96713
Please direct any questions about this workshop to Alex de Roode or Robert DeRobles with the Department of Water Supply Water Resources & Planning Division by calling (808) 463-3110. We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!
For information on previous Community Meetings
Open the Blog Page and select "KCA Community Mtg" category.
New Hats are now available. Prices start at $19.
Purchase at our next community meeting or:
Kula True Value Hardware & Nursery
Joe's Kula Auto (formerly Calasa's)
KCA Board Vacancy
The KCA Board has several vacancies and is seeking community members who would like to join the Board. We meet at Kula Elementary School monthly on the first Tuesday, 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Please use the Contact Us form to indicate your interest and you will be contacted shortly thereafter.
Board Meeting Schedule
The KCA Board meets for one hour on the first Tuesday each month at the Kula Elementary School Library at 5:30 pm. All are welcome to attend. To place an item on the agenda, please contact: KCA President, Gina Flammer at 250-6589, or email to: flammerfamily (at) aol.com
Members and non-members are invited to attend at the Kula Community Center (just above Holy Ghost Church).
7pm Wednesday, May 17, 2017
7pm Wednesday, September 13, 2017
7pm Wednesday, November 15, 2017
To suggest a topic for our general meeting or to get directions click the button below.
The vision of the Kula community Association is to preserve open space, support agriculture, maintain a rural residential atmosphere, and to work together as a community. The specific purpose of this association is to improve the quality of life for the residents of Kula, to promote civic welfare and generally to benefit the community of Kula.
Kula Community Association
P.O. Box 417 Kula, Maui, Hawaii 96790
Webmaster: Chuck Carletta
Please use "Contact Us" form to send your message.
Photo Credit: Dawn Jernaill, St. John's Church photo in headers.