Multiple citations will result in vehicle immobilization.

$100 fee required to remove boot. Payment of all outstanding citations will prevent further booting or towing.

Parking Violations & Fines

Appeal Online
Appeals must be filed
within 7 days.

Citation fines must be paid within seven calendar days of date of issuance. If you have received a citation, you may pay for it
  • online with a credit card here
  • by sending check and copy of your citation to
      UH Mānoa Parking Office
      2600 Campus Road, QLC 014
      Honolulu, HI 96822
  • in person with check or cash by visiting the UHMānoa Parking Office, open Monday - Friday, 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
Citations not paid within seven days from date of issuance will result in the following:
Citations left unpaid for more than 30 days will result in all of the above, plus:
  • A hold placed on your University account. If you are a current or former UH student, you will not be allowed to register for or drop classes, receive a diploma, or obtain transcripts while this administrative hold is in effect. Your account will be fully restored after payment has been received for the outstanding citation(s) – by noon of the following business day if payment is made online.
  • The account will be sent to a collection agency.
NOTE: An unpaid citation is the responsibility of the vehicle’s registered owner. A City and County of Honolulu DMV Notice of Transfer must be filed within ten days of selling a vehicle to release liability for citations issued to the vehicle after its sale.
If you believe the citation was issued in error, you have seven days to file an informal appeal from the date the citation was issued. For more information about UH Mānoa Parking Office’s appeals process, click here.