Bee swarms and sightings

日本一本道a不卡免费Arizona State University campuses are home to thousands of students, faculty and staff, as well as many bees, which use ASU facilities as resting areas during certain times of the year.

The ASU Police Department assists ASU Grounds Services to cordon off bee-infested areas so grounds can safely move the bees off campus.

Bee swarms and hives: What should you do?

  1. 日本一本道a不卡免费Keep at a safe distance

  2. Do not aggravate bees 

  3. 日本一本道a不卡免费Provide the time and location of the bee sighting

  4. Report details: Are the bees flying, in a tree or on a building?

  5. Call the Facilities Management, available 24/7: 480-965-3633 or

  6. Use the ASU LiveSafe app日本一本道a不卡免费. Tap: tips>other>send details

More information

ASU Alert and Advisory messages: ASU Police sends Alert and Advisory messages to the campus community based on bee swarm severity through email, text, Facebook and Twitter. Emails also are sent to all university email accounts. For more information, visit the Alerts and Advisories Web page.

ASU LiveSafe mobile app: Send ASU Police real-time, anonymous tips that include chat, pictures, audio and video. Download the FREE app via Apple iTunes or Google Play. Learn more about app features on the ASU LiveSafe Web page.