Due to the COVID-19 emergency, DOFAW offices statewide are closed to the public. Because DOFAW’s programs are considered essential services, staff continue to work in the field or remotely. Please use the contact information below to reach DOFAW offices and programs. For more information about available online services, please read our closure notice. In-person services may be available by appointment; inquire using the contact information below.
Users can directly contact the Oʻahu Branch of the Division of Forestry and Wildlife using the info below. You can also find the answers to frequently asked questions on our FAQ page. If you’d like to report and issue to us, you can use the forms further down on this page.
Office hours: Open Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm (closed weekend and state holidays)
For contact info for the statewide administrative office located in downtown Honolulu, or for other branches of the Division of Forestry and Wildlife, visit our statewide contact page.
Report an Issue to Us
Users can report an issue to using one of the following options for specific scenarios, or you can use the general form below to submit an issue directly to a branch program manager or other branch staff on Oʻahu.
- To report resource use violations, call the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE) at 643-DLNR or via the DLNRTip app
- To report an invasive species sighting, use the 643-PEST reporting system (unless you are reporting a snake sighting; in that case call 911 immediately). The 643PEST system includes:
- The 643-PEST telephone hotline (808-643-7378)
- The 643pest.org website
- The 643PEST app
- For Nā Ala Hele trail issues, you can use this Oʻahu trail report form, or use the input form below and select trails as your topic of concern.
For other issues, give us a call or use the form below to send a report to our staff.
Report an Issue (O’ahu Branch)If you have an issue to report, select the program area that most closely relates to your issue and then provide details in the spaces below. We'll do our best to get your information to the on-island person best suited to follow up.