Search Public Records in Maui County, HI. Results May Include: Marriage and Divorce Records, Criminal Records, Birth and Death Records, Probate Documents, Land Records, Arrests, Addresses, Liens and Judgments.

Maui County is located in the state of Hawaii. The county was formed in 1905 and consists of the islands of Molokai, Lanai, Maui, Molokini and Kahoolawe. The latter two islands are uninhabited. Kahului is the largest city in the county, while Wailuku is the county seat. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a population of approximately 154,834 people and a total area of 2,398 square miles, of which 1,237 square miles is water and 1,162 square miles is land. Maui County borders the following counties: Hawaii County to the southeast, Kalawao County to the north, and Honolulu County to the northwest.

The County Clerk’s office is one of two support agencies of the Maui County Council. The main responsibility of the office is to receive and maintain all public records and make them easily available to the legislative and executive branches of the County of Maui and the public. In addition, the county clerk’s office is responsible for the elections in the County of Kalawao and the County of Maui.

The main way to access public records in the county is by doing a background check online. However, you can also visit the clerk’s office in person during office hours and obtain copies of public records. Depending on the records you want to obtain, you can also visit other departments:

● For information related to special council meetings, public hearings, and county records, you can visit the clerk’s office in person, or call the County Clerk’s Legislative Division at (808) 270-7748.
● For information related to voter registration, election, or precinct information, visit or call the County Clerk’s Elections Division at (808) 270-7749.
● For vital records (birth, marriage, death, and divorce records), visit the State Department of Health or call (808) 586-4533.
● For land records, call (808) 587-0147 or visit the Bureau of Conveyances, State Department of Land and Natural Resources.

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