Valid Permit Required At All Times
Vehicles parked on campus must have a valid parking permit or pay for a daily parking permit. Please go to the Bothell Campus Parking Portal to order your new "virtual" parking permit. Payment for parking is required and enforced 24/7.
*Please note: Permits are tied to your license plate number(s) and your license plate is your virtual permit.
After 5/30/2019, there is no need to pick up a physical permit because your license plate will be your virtual permit.
Order your "virtual" Parking Permit Now at the Bothell Campus Parking Portal!
Parking Locations on Campus
- South Garage, (closest to UW1, UW2 & Library buildings and Bookstore)
- South Surface lots (one located on NE 180th St., and one lot south of the South Garage)
- North Garage (closest to Cascadia Community College)
- Chase House lot (located east of the South Garage)
- Campus Way NE (limited parking available)
Purchasing Parking Permits
Annual and Quarterly Permits
To purchase your quarterly or annual virtual permit, you must log on to the parking portal using your UW Net ID. Only those who will make payment with cash or check, or purchase carpool permits, will need to proceed to the Cashiers Office located in Husky Hall. Faculty/Staff choosing payroll deduction will order their permit online and then agree to the terms shown on the Parking Portal to authorize their payroll deduction.
Carpool permits will continue to be physical hang-tags. For more information, visit the Carpools & Rideshare page.
For Carpool purchases, complete the form below, submit it to the Cashiers Office with your payment, and remember to bring a valid ID with you. All vehicles must be registered to the parking permit for use while parked on campus. For U-Pass information, visit the U-Pass/Transit page under Transportation.
Any other questions regarding parking or purchasing permits can be directed to Commuter Services at 425-352-3369 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any UW Bothell and Cascadia College student, staff, or faculty member with a valid UW Net ID is eligible to purchase a Parking Permit through the Bothell Campus Parking Portal.
If you have Cascadia credentials but you do not have a UW Net ID, visit the Cascadia website to create a UW Net ID prior to visiting the Bothell Campus Parking Portal. It may take up to 48 hours for your new Net ID credentials to become active in the new parking system.
Resident Housing Parking Permits (Students only)
Housing parking permits are only available for residents of Husky Village or Campus View. Prices for resident parking permits can be seen on the Rates webpage. Residents must upload their vehicles' vehicle registration papers under "documents" when purchasing a new permit online.
Retiree parking permit
If you are a fully retired employee from UW Bothell campus and are occasionally coming to campus please visit Commuter Services at Husky Hall. Please contact Bothell Campus Commuter Services prior to your visit to campus to arrange a one-day permit.
Rehired retiree parking permit
For those that are rehired at 40% FTE you are eligible to receive a 50% discount off a quarterly permit. This permit must be paid through payroll deduction.
RV and Motorhome Parking
No unauthorized overnight parking of RV or motorhomes is permitted on campus.
Parking Permit Student Refund Policy
There are no parking permit refunds after the 31st calendar day of the quarter.
Parking permits can be canceled through the 7th calendar day of the quarter with a full refund; if canceling on the 8th through the 30th calendar day of the quarter a 50 percent refund; no refund after the 31st calendar day of the quarter. To request for a refund prior to the refund deadline, please email email@example.com with your UW Net ID information.
Credit Card purchases will be refunded back to the original credit card. Cash or check purchases will refunded in the form of a check issued to the permit holder.
Parking Off Campus
As students, staff and faculty you represent UW Bothell / Cascadia College. If you park off‐campus, we ask that you be courteous to and conscious of our UW Bothell community neighbors. This includes, but is not limited to, leaving room for residents to turn out of their driveways; not parking in front of fire hydrants or mailboxes, and taking all your trash with you. The cost of parking on campus is a consideration; however, we want to be a good neighbor.
Husky Hall Room 1450
10909 NE 185th Street
Bothell WA 98011