Administration and Finance Focus

April 2009
February 2011
Employee Spotlight –
Pat Sayles

Events Calendar


Auxiliary Services

Town Hall Announces Residential and
Dining Vision

Red Friday Gear brochure

Never Fear, Textbook Options are Here

All TL-Sports and Winning Ways products are 25% off through Feb. 12

Graduation Fair Event

Eat Chic with New Sushi Concept at the UC

UH Dining Services Puts Your Comments in the

Go Green and Get Cheap Refills with UH Dining Green Thread Mug

HUB Statistics

Free Tax Assistance for Foreign Nationals

Tax Form Contact List

Green UH
Get Fired Up for RecycleMania

Athletics Participate in Green Initiatives

Give a Valentine’s Day bouquet that lasts

Sustainability Newsletter

Residential Life and Housing Staff Busy While Residents on Break

They’re Connected! Wi-Fi Installed in the Quad and Moody Towers

Human Resources
Coming to UH – On-site Mammography Program

Parking and Transportation
TPAC passes Parking Plan

METRO Offers Direct Routes between Downtown and Airport

Plant Operations
Health and Biomedical Sciences Center

Multiple Construction Projects: Fencing Goes up Around Campus

Policies and Procedures
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns…

Public Safety
Parking Enforcement Services

Suspicious Mail and Packages

University Oaks Community – Street Parking

Quick Tip: For enrollment services questions, students can call 713/743-1010. .

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University Oaks Community – Street Parking

The community of University Oaks has certified with the City of Houston as a Residential Permit Parking neighborhood. To legally park on the streets within University Oaks will now require a parking permit. The new parking restrictions will not go into effect until Feb. 15, 2011. Appropriate signage will be going up along the streets to ensure that individuals parking in that area will be properly notified. The City of Houston Parking Management Department will enforce the parking restriction by using warning citations initially and then, after a reasonable amount of time, they will begin issuing citations and/or towing.

The Department of Public Safety has no authority over the parking enforcement with the University Oaks community and was not involved in the Civic Club certification process. That being said, the UHDPS will do everything in its power to assist the students, faculty and staff through the transition.

All UH community members parking in University Oaks at the current time need to immediately seek alternative parking. As more information becomes available, the Department of Public Safety will be sharing that information with the campus community.