LIHU‘E — Kauai County officials are still advising residents to monitor the weather as a Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Monday afternoon, but the worst of Hurricane Douglas has passed.
Shelters at the Kilauea and Kalaheo neighborhood centers, Kapa‘a Middle School, and Kaua‘i Community College will close at noon today.
County of Kaua‘i offices will remain closed to the public today. All offices will reopen to normal service on Tuesday, July 28. Customers who had pre-scheduled appointments with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on July 27 will be contacted by DMV officials to reschedule their appointments to a later date.
The Voter Service Center will remain closed today, and will reopen on Tuesday, July 28.
All county beach parks are now open. Additionally, all lifeguard towers are open today.
The Kaua‘i Bus services will remain closed today, and normal operations will resume Tuesday, July 28.
Customers are advised to contact the Transportation Agency for questions or further assistance, at 246-8110.
Residents are reminded that there is no household refuse collection today. Monday’s refuse collection has been postponed to Friday, July 31. All other trash pickups throughout the week will be on the regular schedule.
All refuse transfer stations and the Kekaha landfill are open today. However, green waste collection is currently closed at the Hanalei transfer station. The HI-5 redemption center in Līhu‘e and the Puhi Metals Recycling Facility are closed.