Find Latest Hawaii Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics
The five counties of Hawaii on the Hawaiian Islands enjoy somewhat greater status than many counties on the United States mainland. Counties in Hawaii are the only legally constituted government bodies below that of the state. No formal level of government (such as city governments) exists below that of the county in Hawaii. (Even Honolulu is governed as the City and County of Honolulu, a county that covers the entire island of Oahu.) Unlike the other 49 states, Hawaii does not delegate educational responsibility to local school boards; public education is carried out by the Hawaii State Department of Education.
|County||FIPS County Code||County seat||Established||Island(s)||Population||Area|
|Hawaii County||1||Hilo||1905||Hawaiʻi||1,85,079||4,028 sq mi|
|City and County of Honolulu||3||Honolulu||1905||Oʻahu and theNorthwestern Hawaiian Islands(exceptMidway Atoll.)||9,53,207||597 sq mi|
|Kalawao County||5||1905||TheKalaupapa Peninsula onMolokaʻi||90||5.2 sq mi|
|Kauaʻi County||7||Lihue||1905||Kauaʻi,Niʻihau,Lehua, andKaʻula||67,091||622 sq mi|
|Maui County||9||Wailuku||1905||Maui,Kahoʻolawe,Lānaʻi,Molokai(except theKalaupapa Peninsula), and Molokini||1,54,834||1,120 sq mi|