A variety of parking options are available to employees to accommodate the diverse parking needs of the University community. No matter your work arrangement, we’ve got options to meet your needs.
We are also happy to announce that as of January 4th, 2023, employees are eligible to purchase a daily pass for the Lower Campus Parking Structure (Zone 20) on a first-come, first-served basis. Day passes become available for purchase on Wednesday at noon for the following week. Please note that quantities are limited and advance purchases must be made by 11:59pm the day prior to use.
Parking Permit Rates
If your vehicle is not registered in the Commuter Services Online Portal and linked to your permit, your vehicle may be subject to citation. A maximum of two vehicles may be registered to your permit.
If you transfer ownership of your vehicle, you must file a Notice of Transfer with the Hawai‘i Department of Motor Vehicles within ten days from the date of transfer or sale. It is your responsibility to delete the vehicle from your Commuter Services Account. Failure to do so may result in erroneous citations.
Please refer to the following article on how to return a permit.
If your employment with the University terminates, you must return your permit. The cancellation date of a permit is the date that the permit is returned to the Commuter Services Office, and not your date of termination from the University. Until the permit is returned, it is considered active, and you will remain financially responsible for the permit fee.
Yes, after 4pm on weekdays, employees in possession of a Zone 20 Parking Permit or daily pass may park in any white or green stall on campus with the exception of stalls that are reserved 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and stalls in student housing Zones 8 & 21.
Zone 20 permits are also valid in any non-reserved white or green stall on upper campus all day on Saturday, Sunday, and State holidays. Exceptions may be made during special event periods.
Can I switch from a Surface Lot to the Zone 20 Lower Campus Parking Structure mid-year (or vice versa)?
If a change request is granted:
- A Prepaid Annual or Semester Permit-Holder must return their current prepaid permit and purchase a new prepaid permit for the subsequent zone.
- A Payroll Deduction Permit-Holder will have their Department Parking Coordinator communicate directly with Commuter Services to facilitate the change. Until further notice, employees must surrender their current zone’s permit in exchange for the new zone’s permit.
Surface Lot Permits and Zone 20 Permits are priced differently; please see the permit rate page for current rates.
While permits are not transferable, in the event that you have a temporary vehicle, you must add the vehicle to your account before parking on campus. Failure to do so may result in citation. Citations may be appealed with documented proof from a rental car agency or dealership authorizing your use of the vehicle at the time of citation.
Vehicles can be added and removed from your account at any time. Click here for a step-by-step guide that summarizes how to update the vehicle information on your account via the Commuter Services Online Portal.