New Membership Application
Please use the form below to select a membership level and complete your membership. You have the following membership options:
Annual Membership: Annual dues are $25 for household members and $100 for corporate members. You may pay online by credit card or by mailing a check to MVA. Annual memberships are good for one year from the date of joining, and you will be notified when your membership is due for renewal.
Lifetime Membership: We will never bill you again for annual dues. ($250 for household; $1,000 for corporate).
Founders Circle Membership: The Founders Circle was created to provide Ma’alaea owners a way to leave a lasting legacy and support the new organization in perpetuity. Founders Circle members are acknowledged on the MVA website and as the organization develops, Founding Members will be asked to provide input and suggestions for MVA priorities. The Founders Circle was open for a limited time only and is now closed.
NOTE: if you receive an error message or are otherwise unable to complete your membership enrollment, please see the link below for help!
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Why join MVA?
The Ma‘alaea Village Association (MVA) serves as a vital link between the Ma‘alaea community and county and state government. As a member of the Alliance of Community Associations, MVA stays current on issues affecting the island in general and Ma‘alaea in particular. Whether it be pursuing alternate routes for Ma‘alaea residents in case of disaster, serving as a conduit of information for member AOAO’s to research wastewater alternatives, crime reduction, beach erosion, or many of the other issues facing our small community, MVA provides an opportunity to address community issues and long standing community needs. All of this would be hard for a single property owner, one of approx. 550 individual units and additional commercial entities serving Ma‘alaea. Working together, we can make things happen. IT TAKES A VILLAGE!
You can fill it out and mail it with a check payable to Ma‘alaea Village Association.