Cerca de 50 personas, incluyendo estudiantes, administradores y la Policía Universitaria, participaron en la caminata e hicieron recomendaciones para abordar posibles peligros de seguridad.
Some community members say these e-scooter rules are not effectively enforced, pointing to the number of violations they see on campus.
About 50 people, including students, administrators and University Police, attended the walk and made recommendations to address possible safety hazards.
The incident occurred on the Saturday before classes began.
The assessment will take place between Aug. 9 and Aug. 11.
Facilities Management staff is assessing the situation, and crews are working to restore normal operations.
Five of the vehicles were parked in lot 12A, with the other five cars parked in the lot of the Cypress Building.
It's the second time the body is delaying recommendations.
As of 12:48 p.m., all buildings except the health center are back open. The center is closed for the rest of the day.
The resident and policing committee has met five times this academic year.