Campus Safety

Emergency Preparedness

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To provide UW Bothell students, staff, residents and community the education and support necessary to reduce the loss of life and human suffering; to minimize property damage; and to protect environmentally sensitive areas from all types of disasters through a comprehensive, risk-based, all-hazard emergency management program. To coordinate activities to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.


The goal of UW Bothell Emergency Management is to educate students, staff and organizations at UW Bothell about their ongoing role in preparing for emergencies through education, community outreach, and training. Through creating an increased emphasis on disaster preparedness, the UW Bothell Emergency Management looks forward to reinforcing interdepartmental communications and cooperation throughout our campus. By creating a community culture of preparedness and fostering partnerships with local public and private groups and businesses, it is our goal that the UW Bothell campus will work as a community to effectively and efficiently respond to and recover from disaster; either man made or natural.

Emergency Preparedness

The University of Washington Bothell is committed to creating a safe and healthy living and learning environment. The health and safety of our employees, students and the general public are the highest priority of the University of Emergency Management.

Our emergency preparedness measures shall ensure a timely and appropriate response to emergencies to protect the safety of our employees, students, and the general public, as well as property and the environment, from any harm that may occur.

The University of Washington Bothell is committed to having the structures, plans, and resources in place for effective emergency response management by means of optimal co-operation with service providers, emergency responders and other key stakeholders.

Our emergency response priorities are:

  1. Safety of the University community and the public
  2. Environmental protection.
  3. Asset protection.
  4. Restoration of University essential services.
  5. Restoration of University business operations.


Contact Us
425-352-5359 Dispatch


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Report all Fire Incidents

All fire incidents must be reported immediately regardless of size and nature by calling 911 and/or activating the fire alarm system.

To report a fire incident please contact Campus Safety at 425-352-5359 or email