With the return of students, faculty, and staff to campus this fall, Commuter Services is welcoming the UH community back safely with enhanced cleaning procedures due to COVID-19. High touchpoint areas including parking structure elevators, stair rails, and pay-to-park machines will be sanitized more frequently. In addition, the parking office will also be cleaned repeatedly throughout the day.
“It is our priority to ensure the health and safety of our students, employees, and our guests,” said Cate Matsushima, Commuter and Fleet Services manager. “We have stepped up our cleaning efforts on areas and surfaces where we see high traffic or volume of people.”
Elevators in the parking structure will be cleaned at least twice a day, while other areas will be frequently cleaned and wiped down.
In addition, the parking office located at QLC has also implemented enhanced health and safety measures, including encouraging the use of virtual services such as paying for citations on the web, and mailing permits to students with Oʻahu addresses. There is also a touchless service of placing your ID/credit card into a container for processing, and frequently wiping down high touchpoint surfaces.
A reminder that guests must adhere to COVID-prevention health and safety standards, including wearing face coverings, practicing social distancing by standing six feet apart while waiting in line, and following the guidance of our Diamond Parking guest greeter. In addition, hand sanitizer will be available at the parking office and student distribution location.