WHAT YOU NEED to KNOW NOW
Fissures, flows, closures, roadblocks and more. Updated continuously, stay safe.
Fire evacuation is the closest emergency to lava, good links and resources here.
• GET HELP •
Hawaii County Information and Assistance Center
A new Assistance Center will be open at the Pahoa Community Center Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 3 PM. You can come with questions and concerns that involve Evacuation Access Placards, Health, Mental/Spiritual Health, Housing, Aging, and On-Site Shelter needs.
The Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) is reminding residents and visitors that anyone who has been affected by the recent eruptions and is seeking help in coping with mental or emotional effects, may call the Crisis Line of Hawai‘i toll-free at
• Stay Informed •
Official notices and websites, local news on line and on social media, resources for residents. Site content is being added constantly. Scroll to the bottom of any page to find links to all the pages on the site.
• TAKE ACTION•
In times of crisis, people make the difference.
Lower Puna and all of people all over are joining hands to help our island 'ohana as lava enters our neighborhoods. This community-sourced page will direct you to ways you can help.