Honolulu’s city halls are getting ready for more in-person transactions

File image of a Satellite City Hall, Oahu.
File image of a Satellite City Hall, Oahu.(HNN)
Updated: Jun. 23, 2020 at 5:39 PM HST
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HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Satellite City Halls on Oahu will start reopening for regular services on July 1.

Walk-ins aren’t allowed, and appointments will be required.

The city is asking residents to continue certain transactions online, like paying water bills and vehicle registrations. Appointments for disability parking permits or lost title transactions can now be handled in person.

Click here to make an appointment. Appointments for general transactions will be accepted after June 29.

Proper precautions will be in place, such as social distancing and mask requirements.

Oahu’s six driver licensing centers reopened May 26 for in-office visits, also on an appointment-only basis.

The Ala Moana Satellite City Hall will remain closed as employees prepare to re-locate within the shopping center.

For additional details, click here.

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