Disaster/Emergency Proclamations

Under the Hawaii Revised Statutes section 127-10 and chapter 128, the Governor has emergency powers to deal with natural and man-made disasters or emergencies; to maintain the strength, resources, and economic life of the community; and to protect the public health, safety and welfare. Above all other priorities are the Governor’s legal and moral obligations to protect the health and safety of people.

Supplementary Proclamation, 2014-09-22
Supplement to Sept. 5, 2014 proclamation
Proclamation, 2014-09-05
Proclamation in preparation of advancing lava flow
Supplementary Proclamation, 2014-08-14
In order to provide relief for disaster damages, losses, and suffering, and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the people
Proclamation, 2014-08-06
Proclamation in preparation of Hurricanes Iselle and Julio
Proclamation, 2013-07-28
Proclamation in preparation of Tropical Storm Flossie
Proclamation, 2013-01-11
Proclamation to restore Kauai forests burned in 2012
Proclamation, 2012-10-27
Proclamation relating to October 27 2012 Tsunami
Proclamation, 2012-03-02
Proclamation relating to emergency disaster relief for Kuhio Highway, County of Kauai
Proclamation, 2012-03-06
Proclamation relating to the emergency relief for the disaster occurrence of heavy rains, high winds and flooding beginning March 3, 2012 and which continues to cause extensive damage to private and public property in the Counties of Kauai and the City & County of Honolulu.
Supplemental Proclamation, 2012-03-08
Proclamation supplementing the emergency proclamation dated March 6, 2012.
Supplemental Proclamation, 2012-03-22
Proclamation supplementing the emergency proclamation dated March 6, 2012.
Proclamation, 2012-06-08
Proclamation to authorize use of state funds and expedite stabilization of Maui’s erosion-damaged Honoapiilani Highway.
Proclamation, 2012-07-25
Proclamation relating to emergency repairs to Kaumuali’i Highway on Kaua’i
Proclamation, 2012-08-11
Proclamation relating to the 2012 primary election and polling hours on Hawai’i Island