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Mayor, Council, Departments Move to New County Building

The Old County Building

From the Mayors Office:

The Office of the Mayor, Hawai‘i County Council, Office of the County Clerk and six County departments are moving into the newly renovated Hawai‘i County Building at 25 Aupuni Street this week.

The County building has been out of commission for normal County services since 2006 when the first phase of the $25 million renovation project was begun on the 43 year-old structure.

The Office of the County Clerk will be on the ground floor of the newly renovated building along with the departments of Research and Development and Finance. The County Council chamber, Council members’ offices and the Reprographics division also will be on the ground floor.

Located on the second floor are the Office of Information, the Mayor’s office, Immigration, Office of Elections, and Fire Administration. Finance and the Office of the County Clerk will be located on the first and second floors of the building. The county Legislative Auditor, however, will remain in offices at the Ironworks Building.

Telephone numbers will remain the same for all departments except Fire Administration.The new telephone number for the Fire Administration is 932-2900. The Fire Prevention Bureau’s telephone number is 932-2912.

Offices in the new building will be opening on a staggered schedule as they move in this week. All offices are expected to be moved into the newly renovated building by Monday.

The public is asked to kokua with patience and understanding during the transition process as some disruptions of service may occur.

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