First Hawaiian Bank to Reopen 2 Branches on Big Island

October 13, 2020, 11:57 AM HST
* Updated October 13, 12:41 PM
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First Hawaiian Bank (FHB) will reopen four additional branches next week – two branches on Hawai‘i Island and one each on Maui and Kaua‘i – that were temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

These branches were selected based on customer needs and are part of the FHB’s latest phase of its reopening plan.

Customers will be able to complete transactions and receive service at the following branches starting on Monday, Oct. 19:

  • Pāhoa Branch – 15-2898 Pahoa Village Rd, Pāhoa, Hawai‘i Island
  • Waiakea Branch – Prince Kuhio Plaza, 111 E Puainako St, Hilo, Hawai‘i Island
  • Waimea Branch – 4525 Panako Road, Waimea, Kaua‘i
  • Kahana Branch – Kahana Gateway Shopping Center, 4405 HI-30 STE 205, Lahaina, Maui

These branches will operate Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and are closed on Saturday and Sunday. Kupuna hours will continue during the first hour of business daily.

With the reopening of these locations, 48 out of FHB’s 58 branches are now open throughout its network in Hawai‘i, Guam and Saipan. For updates on available branches and hours, visit


Masks are required to be worn in all FHB branches and offices. Customers can assist with creating a safe environment for everyone by abiding by the social distancing guidelines outlined at each location, and using the hand sanitizer stations available at each branch.


For the health and safety of customers and employees, FHB is also limiting the number of people inside the branch and are encouraging all customers, whenever possible, to take advantage of FHB Online and FHB Mobile Banking options to access accounts from the safety and convenience of their own home. Customers can learn more at

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