Permit Application Review
The Commission is in the process of transitioning to an electronic notification process for Stream Channel Alteration Permits (SCAP) and Stream Diversion Works Permits (SDWP). Full paper copies of permit applications will no longer be mailed to government agencies for review. When a permit application is ready for review, a PDF file will be posted below under the respective County heading. Each permit application will be listed by ID number and title, followed by the applicant, project summary, file size and deadline for comments. Click on the permit application ID number and title to download and/or view the application.
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Island of Kauai
- No pending applications
Island of Oahu
SCAP.5383.3: City and County of Honolulu, Department of Design and Construction, Stream Channel Alteration Permit Application, Installation of Anchored Gabion Retaining Wall, Mānoa Stream, Mānoa, Oʻahu, Tax Map Key: (1) 2-9-044:064; 2-9-066:042 and 043
Applicant: City and County of Honolulu, Department of Design and Construction
Project Summary: The stream bank below the box drain is eroding, resulting in undermining of the drain outlet structure. The application proposes to install a gabion cage retaining wall along the side slope downstream of the drain outlet; demolition and replacement of the existing concrete apron below the culvert outlet. This includes repair of the scoured area beneath the concrete apron, construction of scour protection with gabions, and other adjacent infrastructure repairs.
File Size: 6.7 MB
Comment Deadline: September 6, 2020
Island of Molokai
- No pending applications.
Island of Maui
- SDWP.5083.6: East Maui Irrigation Application for a Stream Diversion Works Permit for Abandonment, Category 1 Diversions, Honopou, Hanehoi (Puolua), Pi‘ina‘au (Palauhulu), and Wailuanui Streams, East Maui, Hawai‘i, Tax Map Key: Various
Applicant: East Maui Irrigation Company
Project Summary: The project proposes to abandon 15 diversions on the subject streams. The diversions were previously sealed by filling the grate openings with concrete and sluice gates were removed. The work was considered a maintenance activity. Streamflow was restored in 2018.
File Size: 8.1 MB
Comment Deadline: January 3, 2020
- SCAP.5409.6: Application for a Stream Channel Alteration Permit, U.S. Geological Survey, Streamflow Monitoring Station, Honomanū Stream, Ke‘anae, Maui, Tax Map Key: (2) 1-1-001:010
Applicant: U.S. Geological Survey
Project Summary: The purpose is to install a streamflow monitoring station on Honomanū Stream at Hana Highway, 1.5 miles west of Ke‘anae, Maui for water-resource management and flood warning.
File Size: 3.4 MB
Comment Deadline: August 15, 2020
- SDWP.5349.6: Stubbs Residence, Stream Diversion Works Permit Application, Abandonment of Stream Diversion Works 1081.6, Uaoa Stream, Haʻikū, Maui, Tax Map Key: (2) 2-2-008:023
Applicant: Norman Stubbs
Project Summary: The applicant registered a stream diversion works with the Commission on Water Resource Management in May 1989, but the diversion was never constructed. The applicant wants to formally void (abandon) the registration of stream diversion works and declaration of water use for Stream Diversion Works No. 1081.6
File Size: 1.0 MB
Comment Deadline: September 17, 2020
- SCAP.5422.6: Bock Residence, After-the-Fact Application for a Stream Channel Alteration Permit for the Installation of Two Road Structures, Culverts, 800 Feet of Channelization, and Remediation Plan, East Kuiaha Stream, Haiku, Maui, TMK: (2) 2-7-012:254
Applicant: Rainer Werner Bock, Trustee for Bock Family Revocable Trust
Project Summary: The after-the-fact permit application proposes to widen the stream cross section between the mauka and makai culverts to a more natural state, reduce the side slopes of the channel to a 2:1 maximum slope, recreate riffles and pools, stream bank stabilization with riparian vegetation, placement of rocks where practicable to protect the stream banks, and raising of the streambed at the mauka and makai culverts to create a level condition at the inlet and outlet of the culverts and the stream bed.
File Size: 38.5 MB
Comment Deadline: September 30, 2020
Island of Hawaii
- No applications pending.