This is a list with some details for closures, cancellations and postponements announced as Hurricane Iselle approached in Maui County.
Public and private schools and the University of Hawaii Maui College and its education centers remain closed today. Several public schools are sites of storm shelters. Most private schools are not in session until later this month.
Government offices and services
Maui County offices will remain closed at least until noon today. By then, an assessment of storm damage will be complete, and a decision will be made whether to reopen offices today, county spokesman Rod Antone said.
County landfills will be closed today. There is no curbside residential garbage collection. Residents who get garbage pickup once a week on Friday will have their trash collected on Tuesday. No other Friday missed routes will be rescheduled.
All state highways work is suspended until Monday, weather permitting.
All U.S. post offices are closed in Maui County, and there will be no residential or business deliveries.
All public libraries are closed today.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs' offices are shut down today. For other information, go to www.oha.org.
The state Department of Land and Natural Resources Hawaii Hunter Education Program classes scheduled for Saturday have been canceled. Preregistered students will be re-registered in September and October classes. For more information, call (800) 353-4868.
The county Salary Commission canceled its meetings today.
The state Department of Agriculture's inspection offices remain shuttered today.
Parks and recreational areas
Until further notice, Maui County swimming pools, beach parks, the Waiehu Golf Course, community centers and other parks facilities are closed. County campsites will be remain shut down through Sunday. All permitted park commercial activities are canceled.
Haleakala National Park's crater district will be closed early this morning, with its entrance gates locked. The park will not be open for sunrise viewing today. Camping and cabin permits were canceled through the weekend.
Polipoli State Park and all land managed by the state are closed. The closure includes forest reserves, wildlife sanctuaries, natural area reserves, Na Ala Hele hiking trails and game management areas, including one on Lanai.
Queen Ka'ahumanu Center is closed. Today's regularly scheduled farmers market and all weekend stage events have been canceled.
Whalers Village Fine Shops & Restaurants in Kaanapali was closed Thursday afternoon and scheduled to reopen at noon today, if weather conditions permit. Public access to the shopping center and its parking lot will not be allowed during its closure. More information is available at www.whalersvillage.com.
Young Brothers is accepting only containerized cargo. It is not taking less-than-container-load cargo or livestock, hazardous cargo, explosives or vehicles (other than emergency response or public safety vehicles).
Servco Pacific Inc. closed its Lexus and Subaru dealerships in Kahului and its Servco Tire Co. in Wailuku. Customers with sales or services appointments today, who have not been contacted, should call (808) 564-1150 to reschedule. Customers should call to reconfirm appointments Saturday through Monday.
The Maui News offices will remain open, Publisher Joe Bradley said. Newspaper deliveries will continue, but there may be delays. Residents may follow news developments on the storm by visiting the newspaper's website at www.mauinews.com or by going to its Facebook page.
A "Hemp Is Hope" workshop will proceed as planned from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, but the event was moved to the Cameron Center auditorium. Registration is at 8:30 a.m. There's a $40 contribution to attend, but event organizer Kelly King said there were about a half-dozen free spots available for those attending under a sponsorship of a donor.
The Maui Arts & Cultural Center's Maui Calls fundraiser has been postponed. It had been set for tonight. It will be rescheduled. Ticket holders have been or will be notified.
The Maui Visitors Bureau will not hold its annual meeting and marketing update this morning.
Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center canceled its open studio classes today.
Second Friday activities in Lahaina have been canceled. These included activities at Campbell Park, the Summer Block Party from Papalaua Street to Lahainaluna Road and the 2015 Lahaina poster contest reception at the Old Jail gallery in the Old Lahaina Courthouse.
The Lanai Slack Key Festival is postponed until October.
Imua Family Services' E Holomua Kakoa event, which had been set for Saturday, has been canceled.
The Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club's laulau plate fundraiser has been postponed until further notice. Pickup will not happen Saturday at Hoaloha Park.
The Maui Ocean Center is closed.
All ports in Maui County and the Big Island closed by order of the U.S. Coast Guard. All cargo operations were secured as of 6 p.m. Thursday. Vessels in Hawaiian waters were advised to seek sheltered waters until storm conditions subside, and the captain of the port decides it's safe for ports to reopen. Following the storm, the Coast Guard, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and state officials will survey channels and take other steps to resume normal vessel traffic.
All Maui Bus services will be suspended today, until an all-clear notice is issued. Maui Economic Opportunity Inc. and Roberts Hawaii provided bus transportation to island storm shelters.
The Expeditions ferry to Lanai has suspended its operations.
There were flight cancellations Thursday for Hawaiian Airlines, American Airlines, Island Air, Mokulele, United Airlines and US Airways, according to the Hawaii Tourism Authority. A number of overseas Hawaiian flights incoming to Honolulu will be delayed from two to five hours today. The tourism authority recommends travelers contact their air carriers directly to confirm flights and make any changes. Some airlines are offering to waive cancellation or change fees for passengers.
Kaiser Permanente Maui facilities are closed today. These include the Kihei, Lahaina and Maui Lani Elu clinics as wells as the Wells Street Behavioral Health Office and Wailuku Medical Office.
Maui Medical Group's clinics in Wailuku, Lahaina, Pukalani and Kihei are closed.
HMSA offices are closed.
Planned Parenthood of Hawaii Maui Health Center is closed.
Central Pacific and American Savings banks are closed today.
First Hawaiian Bank's Maui and Lanai locations are expected to reopen from 1 to 6 p.m. today, weather permitting. The bank's hours are expected to return to normal Saturday. (For a list of Saturday banking branches, visit fhb.com.)
Bank of Hawaii branches closed Thursday afternoon, and bank officials said they would announce when the banks would reopen.