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Wednesday
Aug262015

Hurricane Ignacio Information Update for Friday August 28th at 5:15 AM.

This is a Hurricane information update for Friday August 28th at 5:15 AM.

As of 5:00 AM this morning, Hurricane Ignacio was located approximately 840 miles east/southeast of Hilo and moving in a west/northwest direction at 10 miles per hour. Currently, Ignacio has sustained winds of 90 miles per hour with higher gusts. Hurricane force winds extend outwards from the center up to 25 miles and tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 80 miles. No watches or warnings are in effect at this time and the Civil Defense Agency continues to maintain close communication with the National Weather Service and is monitoring the system. The community is encouraged to take the time to prepare early for possible storm impacts that could include high surf, strong winds, and heavy rains.  Please monitor your local radio broadcasts for additional updates.

Tuesday
Apr282015

Air Quality Monitoring System Information Update

The State of Hawaii Department of Health is currently operating three (3) air monitoring stations in the Pahoa and Leilani estates area in response to the current and ongoing eruption and lava flow activities. These monitiors detect the presence of air borne particles that may result from the burning materials (vegetation, grass, brush, and other materials) and volcanic emissions. The data and information being collected by these monitors can be viewed at the following web site: http://airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=topics.smoke_wildfires. Click on “view lava related air quality conditions on Hawaii’s big island.” The table below provides air quality guidelines.

For gas and particle concentration data see: http://emdweb.doh.hawaii.gov/air-quality/, click on “Quick Look” then go to “Puna Special Sites.”


Monday
Mar302015

Mayor's Proclamation From March 30, 2015

Fourth Supplementary Proclamation. Effective Monday, March 30, 2015 and continuing theron for 60 days or until further act.

Friday
Jan302015

Mayor's Proclamation from January 30, 2015 

The Mayor has signed his Third Emergency Supplementary Proclamation, due to the threat of disaster due to the June 27th lava flow in the District of Puna, effective January 30, 2015. And that the Proclamation of September 4, 2014, Supplementary Proclamation of October 16, 2014 and Second Supplementary Proclamation of December 3, 2014 shall remain in full force and effect.

Wednesday
Dec032014

Mayor's Proclamation From December 3, 2014

Second Supplementary Proclamation, Effective Wednesday, 12/03/2014 and continuing theron for 60 days or until further act.

Friday
Oct172014

Mayor's Proclamation from October 16, 2014

Supplementary Proclamation effective October 16, 2014 prohibiting access to the Railroad Alternative Emergency Route and the Chain of Craters Alternative Emergency Route.

Thursday
Oct162014

Mayor's Proclamation from October 15, 2014

State of Emergency exists on the Hawaii Island, Effective Wednesday, 10/15/2014  and continuing thereon for 60 days or until further act.

Thursday
Sep042014

Mayor's Proclamation from September 4, 2014

June 27th Lava Flow Proclamation for Hawaii Island, Effective Thursday, 09/04/2014 and continuing thereon for 60 days or until further act.

Wednesday
Aug132014

Mayor's Proclamation from August 7, 2014

State of Emergency exists on the Hawaii Island, Effective 6:00 AM   Thursday, 08/07/2014  and continuing thereon for 60 days or until further act.