IFS: 6013 – Honolua Stream, Maui

Instream Flow Standard: Hydrologic Unit of Honolua (6013)


Instream Flow Standard

CFS
MGD
Location / Notes
Natural flow Natural flow Natural flow on Honolua Stream below abandoned Honokōhau Ditch diversion to maintain the habitat immediately downstream of the diversion.

Gaging (Reference Station)


Information Updates

Date
Action
May 18, 2021

Commission on Water Resource Management Meeting (View on Vimeo)

  • Agenda
  • Submittal B2: Approve Surface Water Reservation of 2.00 Million Gallons per Day for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and Amend Interim Instream Flow Standards for Honokōhau and Kaluanui Streams in the Surface Water Hydrologic Unit of Honokōhau (6014) and Honolua Stream in the Surface Water Hydrologic Unit of Honolua (6013), West Maui
    • Exhibit 1: Instream Flow Standard Assessment Report for Honolua Hydrologic Unit 6013, PR-2019-02
    • Exhibit 2: Instream Flow Standard Assessment Report for Honokōhau Hydrologic Unit 6014, PR-2019-03
    • Exhibit 3: Compilation of Public Review Comments, Hydrologic Units of Honolua (6013) and Honokōhau (6014), PR-2019-04
    • Exhibit 4: Staff Submittal, April 20, 2021, Item C5, Status of Request for Surface Water Reservation of 2.00 Million Gallons per Day for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and Draft Interim Instream Flow Standards for Honokōhau and Kaluanui Streams in the Surface Water Hydrologic Unit of Honokōhau (6014) and Honolua Stream in the Surface Water Hydrologic Unit of Honolua (6013), West Maui
    • Briefing
    • Testimony
  • Minutes
Apr. 20, 2021

Commission on Water Resource Management Meeting (View on Vimeo)

  • Agenda
  • Briefing C5: Status of Request for Surface Water Reservation of 2.00 Million Gallons per Day for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and Draft Interim Instream Flow Standards for Honokōhau and Kaluanui streams in the Surface Water Hydrologic Unit of Honokōhau (6014) and Honolua Stream in the Surface Water Hydrologic Unit of Honolua (6013), West Maui
  • Minutes
Sep. 15, 2020

Commission on Water Resource Management Meeting (View on Vimeo)

  • Agenda
  • Submittal B2: Approval of Stream Diversion Works Permit Application (SDWP.5359.6) to Abandon Diversion No. 769 on Honolua Stream by Maui Land & Pineapple Co., Inc., and Find that SDWP.5359.6 is Exempt from Hawaii Revised Statutes, Chapter 343 Honolua Stream, Lahaina, Maui TMK: (2) 4-2-001:001
  • Minutes
Nov. 20, 2019

Commission on Water Resource Management Meeting

  • Agenda
  • Item C2: Request to Address the Waste Complaint Filed by Ka Malu O Kahalawai and West Maui Preservation

    Association Against Maui Land and Pineapple Company Alleging Water Diverted from Honokōhau Stream

    Overflows the Honokōhau Ditch, Pursuant to Hawai‘i Revised Statutes §174C13, and to Amend the Interim Instream Flow Standards for the Surface Water Hydrologic Units of Honolua (6013) and Honokōhau (6014), West Maui

    • Exhibit 1: Instream Flow Standard Assessment Report for Honolua Hydrologic Unit 6013, PR-2019-02
    • Exhibit 2: Instream Flow Standard Assessment Report for Honokōhau Hydrologic Unit 6014, PR-2019-03
    • Exhibit 3: Compilation of Public Review Comments, PR-2019-04
  • Minutes

References

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