All Day (Monday - Friday)
Per Hour (Monday - Friday)
Evening: 9:00 PM - 5:00 AM (Monday - Friday)
Weekend (Saturday & Sunday)
Pay by Phone
You can now pay for parking in most Bothell Campus parking areas with a few taps on your phone. When you’re ready to park, select your parking location and the amount of time you want to park.
You do not need to display a receipt on your vehicle or use a pay station if you pay for parking with the PayByPhone app. Parking permissions are validated with your vehicle’s plate. All parking rates and policies remain the same, regardless of how you pay for parking. Refunds for daily and hourly parking are not available.
To register, download the PayByPhone app and enter your license plate and payment information. You can also use an existing account (for example, if you’ve already been using the app to pay for on street parking).
- Download the app from the Google Play Store, iOS App store, or Windows store
- You can also sign up on the PayByPhone website or call 1-888-680-7275 to register
- Don’t want to download the app? No problem, just go to the PayByPhone website to pay
- Learn more about How PayByPhone works
- For help with PayByPhone purchases, including correcting a purchasing error, call the PayByPhone customer support line at 1-877-610-2054
Where to Park
You may park in any general parking space in the valid area you select on the app. The app may be used to pay for parking in a disability parking space. Of course, a valid disability parking placard (UW or state-issued) must be displayed at all times when parked in a disability parking space.
Currently Active Lots
- All main campus lots, Husky Hall, and UW Beardslee Building (enter area code 62000). Only park in “campus permit” designated spaces.
- UW Beardslee Crossing (enter area code 62001). Be sure to only park in UWB designated spaces.
- Campus Way (enter area code 62002)
Note: PayByPhone cannot be used for Husky Village resident spaces (Husky Village resident parking area is managed by a 3rd party company).
Parking Pay Stations
Pay-by-Plate stations are located at the stairwells on street level and near entrances to the surface parking lots. Pay stations allow in and out privileges. Campus pay stations accept Discover, Visa, MasterCard, and all denominations of cash and coins. Pay Stations do not give change back.
Purchase Quarterly, Two Day, or Three Day Permits
- Parking permits can be purchased online only. To get started, you will need to have a UW NetID. Please note that it takes 48 hours after receiving your NetID for the permit system to recognize your credentials.
- Your license plate is used to validate parking permits
- No physical permit will need to be picked up or mailed to you
- Register up to four of your vehicles
- In-and-out privileges
- Parking permit and bus pass / ORCA refunds follow our tuition 100% and 50% refund deadline policy
Quarterly (valid 7 days a week)
Motorcycle (valid 7 days a week)
Carpool (valid 7 days a week with approval)
Buses & ORCA Passes
The ORCA U-Pass
An individual U-Pass costs $127 per quarter. It allows unlimited travel for students, faculty, and staff on King County Metro, Community Transit, Sound Transit, Kitsap Transit, Everett Transit, Pierce Transit, the Sounder Commuter train, and Light Rail which currently operates between Seattle and Tukwila. Purchase details on are the Student Toolbox page.
Note: If you are 18 or younger, you may be eligible for ORCA's "Free Youth Fare" Program. To find out more about this program, please visit the ORCA Website.
- Monitors with schedules are available at the Library and near Stopwatch Espresso in the lower level of CC1
- Most transit routes operate from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM on weekdays
- Ten transit routes serve the UW Bothell and Cascadia College campus making over 400 stops each week day
King County Metro Transit
- Route 238 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Kirkland via Totem Lake
- Route 312 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Downtown Seattle
- Route 931 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Redmond via Woodinville
- Route 372 Woodinville Park & Ride - University District
ContactPhone: 206.553.3000 or 1.800.542.7876
King County Metro website
- Route 105/106 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Mariner Park & Ride
Community Transit website
- Route 522 Woodinville Park & Ride - Downtown Seattle Express
- Route 535 Lynnwood Transit Center - Bellevue Transit Center Express
Sound Transit website
Please plan to get to campus well ahead of your class start time to allow time to find a space. Be sure to not park in faculty/staff only sections, carpool, or disability accessible spaces unless your permit authorizes you to do so. Parking rules are enforced 24/7.
Pay or Appeal Your Citation
Parking citations can be paid or appealed prior to the deadline written on the violation ticket. Submit an appeal or make payment online via the Bothell Campus Parking Portal.
If you are dissatisfied with the adjudication of your appeal, you have 21 days to request a review of your written decision. Submit a written statement via email to email@example.com with the subject "Request Review of Appeal".
Failure to Pay Fines
Failure to pay fines may result in vehicle immobilization, vehicle impoundment, and/or suspension of parking privileges on campus. If an extended period of time passes where a citation has not yet been paid, then a late fee will be assessed and it is subject to be sent to a collections agency. Any further actions regarding the citation after it has been sent to collections must be through the collections agency. For more information, visit Univeristy of Washington Bothell's Commuter Services Citation webpage.
Suspension of Parking Privileges
The Washington Administrative Code 478-117-310 and 132Z-116-310 authorizes Commuter Services to deny parking privileges on UW Bothell / Cascadia College property for violators who do not pay their citations within the specified timeframe.
Parking a vehicle on campus while parking privileges are suspended will result in vehicle immobilization (boot/wheel lock) and/or vehicle impoundment, even if parked with an otherwise valid permit or payment. Immobilization or impoundment does not remove the obligation for payment of fines associated with parking violations.
Vehicle Immobilization / Wheel Lock
Any vehicle with an accumulation of four or more unpaid parking citations is subject to the placement of a vehicle boot. To have boot removed, first settle outstanding citations, then contact Campus Safety at 425-352-5359.
Cascadia students, faculty and staff are eligible to participate. Carpool priority parking is available at the North and South parking garages. Carpool groups must be traveling to campus a minimum 2 days a week together, and must have matching schedules of 2.5 hours to each other. The carpool permit is only valid for one vehicle parked on campus at a time. If a secondary vehicle from the group must park on the same day, that vehicle will need to make payment for parking through the pay station or pay-by-phone service.
Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations
Electric car charging stations are available in the North and South garages. The North garage stations are on street level. South garage stations are on parking level three. Vehicles must have a valid permit. Quarterly and annual parking permits are only available online. Hourly and daily permits should be purchased at pay stations near parking lot entrances/exits or by using the PayByPhone app.
Community Van Program
This is a rideshare program brought to you by King County and participating cities to provide community members with a new way to share the ride. UW Bothell is partnering with the Cities of Bothell and Woodinville to bring the Community Van Program to the Bothell Woodinville area.
Review the Trip Schedule to see a list of trips that are scheduled with the Bothell-Woodinville Community Van. If you'd like to share a ride for any of these trips contact the Bothell-Woodinville Community Transportation Coordinator via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-420-6514.
Students, faculty, and staff represent Cascadia College/UW Bothell. If parking off‐campus, we ask that you be courteous to and conscious of our 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. It is important that we are good neighbors. For complete rules and applicable statues, see Parking and Traffic Rules for Cascadia College of the Washington Administrative Code.