(BIVN) – A new Kīlauea eruption recovery webpage is now live, Hawaiʻi County officials announced on Friday.
The page, currently found on the Hawaiʻi County website, will soon be part of a stand-alone website that is “under development and will be launched later this year,” the County says.
The County of Hawaiʻi says:
From May to August 2018, Hawai‘i Island was severely impacted by the Kīlauea volcanic eruption, with thousands of residents displaced from their homes and businesses. With economic impacts in the hundreds of millions, the County and its community partners are implementing near-term recovery actions, while planning and securing resources for long-term mitigation and reconstruction.
The recovery webpage currently includes Resident Resources, Agricultural Resources, Community Resources, and general information on the 2018 eruption. “Content is added and updated frequently,” the County news release said. “An email newsletter is also being distributed as new information pertaining to recovery becomes available. Users may contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for recovery updates or to submit relevant content for consideration.”
by Big Island Video News
HAWAIʻI ISLAND - The new online resource currently includes resources for residents, community, and agricultural needs. Content will be added and updated frequently, officials say.