In response to a growing number of reports of sexual misconduct on transit, King County Metro has launched the
Report it to Stop it campaign to connect riders to important resources.
The University is committed to your safety whenever you ride on a UW Shuttle, park in a UW facility or use other transportation services.
In urgent situations, always call 911. You have the right to report sexual misconduct
to the University, to the police, to both or not at all. After you are safe, you can report an incident and find more support services at: UW Seattle: 206-685-SAFE (7233)
UW Bothell: 425-352-SAFE (7233)
UW Tacoma: 253-692-SAFE (7233)
The University of Washington also provides access to confidential advocates for all UW campuses. Additional UW resources on sexual assault
can be found online.
Our highest crime on campus is theft — mostly of unattended or improperly secured items. When parking on campus, always remove your valuables and lock your doors.
Love your stuff? Keep it safe, secured and out of sight.
Repairs and road maintenance
Campus roadways or parking lots
If you see a maintenance problem on our campus roadways or parking lots, please let us know by submitting a
service request online or by contacting our Customer Care team at 206-685-1900
For problems near the UW Medical Center, please contact their Facilities team at 206-598-4911.
If you wish to reach Transportation Maintenance during normal business hours, please call Transportation Services at 206-221-3701 or email@example.com. City of Seattle sidewalks or roadways
You can report a City of Seattle sidewalk or roadway maintenance issue using the city’s
Find It Fix It app. You can also call 206-684-ROAD (7623) or email Road@Seattle.gov.