Emergency updates from UW Bothell

Campus operations on Nov. 29 - faculty and staff

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The National Weather Service forecast calls for a winter storm watch on Nov. 29. Snow is expected to start accumulating on the streets by 3 p.m. The projected amount of snow accumulation is 4" to 8". The Snohomish/King County border is expected to receive the most impact.

The safety of our campus community is paramount, so in light of this information we will suspend UW Bothell/Cascadia College campus operations at 1 p.m. today, Nov. 29. 

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Campus operations on Nov. 29 - for students

The National Weather Service forecast calls for a winter storm watch tomorrow. Snow is expected to start accumulating on the streets by 3 p.m. The projected amount of snow accumulation is 4" to 8". The Snohomish/King County border is expected to receive the most impact.

The safety of our campus community is paramount, so in light of this information we will suspend UW Bothell/Cascadia College campus operations at 1 p.m. tomorrow, Nov. 29.

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Preparing for winter weather

Even as we navigate the continuing effects of the pandemic, we must prepare for other hazards, such as winter weather. In the event of a weather or other emergency, a leadership team convenes quickly to determine the appropriate measures needed to keep the campus community safe and secure. The team includes representatives from UW Bothell Planning and Administration, Facilities & Campus Safety, Emergency Management, Student Services and Marketing & Communications, as well as their counterparts from Cascadia College.

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Beardslee Building closed, classes cancelled

Update: 5:26 p.m.

Classes at the Beardslee Building (19128 112th street) are canceled tonight, due to a continuing power outage. Effective immediately, the building is closed.  Classes on the main UW Bothell campus continue as usual.

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