Maui County Data Book Archive

The Maui County Data Books are the definitive statistical reference work on Maui Nui – Kaho‘olawe, Lāna‘i, Maui and Moloka‘i. It contains tables and statistics covering a broad spectrum of economic activity. The findings presented in these books will help the reader in numerous ways: Look up a fact, compare statistics over time, prepare for a grant, back up a business plan, decide where to start a business and, with the addition of community input, gain a better understanding of what we as Mauians define as Maui Nui.

None of the valuable information contained in the Maui County Data Books would be possible without the vital working partnership of the Hawai‘i Small Business Development Center’s Hawai`i Business Research Library in Kīhei and the Maui County Office of Economic Development. Together they provide the most up-to-date data critical to informed decision-making by both prospective and established businesses in our community.

Clicking the links below will open the entire data book for that year with an option to download the .pdf file.

     2017  2015
 2011 2009 2007 2005
 2003 2001
 2018  2016
 2010 2008
2006  2004  2002 2000

All Maui County Data Book downloads require a .PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.  Click the image to the left to download your free copy from


The Hawai‘i Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a program of the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo
funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

This web site provides general information about the Hawai'i SBDC and other resource partners. The information contained in this website is not necessarily complete and does not constitute a contract. Information is subject to change at any given moment without prior notice and at the Hawai‘i SBDC's discretion. 

The Hawai‘i SBDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Hawai‘i SBDC services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Language assistance services are available for individuals with limited English proficiency as well as reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with disabilities.