Facilities Services & Campus Operations and Campus Safety for UW Bothell/Cascadia College
The Facilities Services and Campus Operations (FS&CO) department is comprised of maintenance, custodial & grounds services and Campus Safety. Although our work covers a large area, our goal is to provide timely, effective and high-quality service while attending to the day-to-day needs of the entire UW Bothell/Cascadia College campus, including our protected wetlands.
All non-regularly assigned work is coded and prioritized to make the most effective use of our staff and resources. Some work requests will be packaged so similar work can be done at the same time, and some work may be performed at quarterly breaks when facility use is less impacted. Emergency work orders are given higher priority of action.
To request a work order please go to the
Facilities Services Helpdesk
Office Hours 7:00am - 4:00pm
Associate Vice Chancellor
Read our FAQs page regarding how Facilities and Campus Operations is helping to keep campus safe for everyone.
Read the FAQs
Building Readiness Guidelines
Download a PDF of the Building Readiness Guidelines to see an overview of how UW Bothell is ensuring building readiness on our campus as Faculty, Staff and Students return.
Download a PDF of our organizational chart for the current structure of the Facilities and Campus Operations department.
Download a PDF of our strategic plan to see a map of goals and priorities for the Facilities Services and Campus Operations team.
Custodial services include cleaning, vacuuming, washing, and refilling dispensers for campus facilities.
Building maitenance includes routine maintenance; engineering preventative maintenance; definitions of routine and emergency repairs.
Grounds & Wetlands Teams
Our grounds & wetlands teams do routine upkeep/maintenance of the landscaping on the UW Bothell/Cascadia CC campus grounds, wetlands, regional trail, sidewalks, promenade roads, wooded areas, parking lots and garages.
Read more about wetlands oversight, a wetlands overview and history and guided tours on the wetlands page.