Maui Election

Campaign Signage Prohibited within State Highway Right-of-Way

July 3, 2018, 11:25 AM HST
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As election season heats up, the Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation reminds the public that outdoor advertising, including political campaign signage, is prohibited within the State Highway’s right of way.

Highways Maintenance staff and residents have reported increases in illegally placed signage within HDOT jurisdiction. HDOT is providing this reminder as a courtesy to give candidates and their campaigns an opportunity to reposition signs prior to removal.

Highways Maintenance staff will be enforcing the state law prohibiting the installation of signs, Hawaiʻi Revised Statutes Chapter 264, Part V. Text of the law can be found here. The removal of outdoor advertising along state highways is also in line with the federal Highway Beautification Act of 1965. More information on the Highway Beautification Act of 1965 can be found here.

Illegal outdoor advertising and other highways concerns may be reported through the following:

Hawaiʻi Island
Maintenance line (808) 933-8878

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Maui
Maintenance line (808) 873-3535

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Oʻahu
Highways Maintenance Hotline (808) 831-6714
email [email protected]

Kauaʻi
Maintenance line (808) 241-3000 (follow the voice prompts for potholes or other maintenance)

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