Permit Application Review
The Commission is in the process of transitioning to an electronic notification process for Stream Channel Alteration Permits (SCAP) and Stream Diversion Works Permits (SDWP). Full paper copies of permit applications will no longer be mailed to government agencies for review. When a permit application is ready for review, a PDF file will be posted below under the respective County heading. Each permit application will be listed by ID number and title, followed by the applicant, project summary, file size and deadline for comments. Click on the permit application ID number and title to download and/or view the application.
NOTE: Due to large file sizes, it is suggested that you save the PDF file to your computer, then open the file. Attempting to open the PDF file within your browser window, may result in slow performance or cause the browser window to freeze.
- No permit applications for review
- SCAP.3851.3 West Loch Golf Course Drainage Improvements, Honouliuli Stream
Applicant: Department of Design and Construction, City and County of Honolulu
Project Summary: Proposed construction of drainage improvements to protect the West Loch golf course from flooding during heavy storm events. A silt basin will be constructed to reduce silt build up at the lower stream. Basin work includes inlet and outlet structures within the stream banks. A pipe culvert will be replaced with a box culvert to further reduce silt build up.
File Size: 630 KB
Comment deadline: October 25, 2013
- SCAP.3854.3 Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, Waiawa Tributary and Stream
Applicant: Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation
Project Summary: The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit submitted a modified Stream Channel Alteration Permit (SCAP) application for proposed work at the Waiawa Tributary and Stream. Phase 1 involves the placement of a temporary storm drain diversion pipe and gabions to enable construction of a support column adjacent to, but not in, the Waiawa Tributary. Phase 2 includes the installation of the first portion of a vegetated reinforced soil slope (VRSS) and rock keys along the mauka bank of the Waiawa Stream, and a permanent storm drain to the existing headwall. Phase 3 installs the remainder of the VRSS and rock keys along the mauka side of the Waiawa Stream. A previous SCAP which included Halawa and Kalihi Streams will be done under a separate SCAP at a later date once sufficient design information has been acquired.
File Size: 19.2 MB
Comment deadline: October 11, 2013
- SCAP.3842.6 Haiku Road Culvert Replacement
Applicant: County of Maui, Dept of Public Works
Project Summary: The County of Maui, Department of Public Works (DPW) proposes to repair the damaged concrete box culvert and eroded embankment. To prevent future damage to the drainage way, protect coastal and downstream waters, and improve public safety, the DPW proposes to construct a new outlet headwall, construct new grated inlet and 18-inch drain line, new embankments, an energy dissipater basin and concrete transition, and to install fencing, new guard rails and asphalt pavement for the reconstruction of Haiku Road.
File Size: 9 MB
Comment deadline: September 30, 2013
- SCAP.3790.8: Unpermitted Crossing at Waikolu Stream, Waikaumalo, Hawaii, TMK: (3) 3-2-002:046 and 047, and (3) 3-2-003:003, 008, and 009
Applicant: Paul Dolnick
Project Summary: After-the-fact stream crossing at Waikolu Stream, Waikaumalo, Hawaii. The project proposes to improve the condition of an existing rock road that crosses the stream with a concrete roadbed. Existing road was rock, gravel and dirt and has existed since territorial days. Stream will cross approximately 20 feet of roadbed. This road is the only vehicular access to the belt highway for the landlocked landowner.
File Size: 3.2 MB
Comment deadline: July 3, 2013