Service Partnership Agreements

The following services below have been included in the UC Davis Common Good Assessment for all UC Davis units.

As a general rule, all non-UC Davis groups will continue to pay the recharge rate for these services. CGA Service Partnership Agreements will be reviewed every 6 months. For questions or concerns, please email

  • Aggie Host
  • > Requests for Aggie Host services need to be submitted on the proper form, 3 weeks in advance of the event.
    > If requests become more than allocated through the CGA, campus safety professionals will need to determine risk associated with event.

  • Voice and Data
  • > Voice Services
    > Data Network Services
    > Services Not Changing
    > Voice and Data Services for Contracts & Grants
  • Background Checks and Live Scan Fee
  • > New employees need to arrive at the UCDPD with the Live Scan form pre-filled out by the department to expedite processing and reduce backlogs. 
  • Building Alarm Monitoring
  • > Monthly fees and 2 false alarms per month are to be included in the CGA. 
    > All subsequent false alarms will be recharged to the unit based on approved rates. 
  • Campus Signs
  • Sign Program Services: 

    > Regular renewal and maintenance of building monument signs based on a 10 year renewal cycle.
    > Maintenance and upkeep of exterior regulatory signs.
    > Regular renewal and maintenance of campus directional/way-finding signage based on a 10 year renewal cycle
    > University sponsored annual event directional signs as identified in campus policy (examples include:  Decision Day, Commencement, etc.)
    > Interior signage is not included, but services would still be available through recharge.
    > Signs that are outside of their normal renewal cycle will be subject to recharge.

  • EMT Services
  • > Completed requests for services must be submitted at least three calendar weeks prior to the start of the event.
    > Requests must only be placed through the EMT Event Services form on our website. 
    > The Fire Department reserves the right to determine the adequate staffing levels necessary to provide EMT services for your event.
    > Based on incident size and complexity the FD reserves the right to require the event pay for a standby transport ambulance from the local ambulance EOA service provider to avoid impacts to the greater county EMS transport system.
    > If requests become more than allocated through the CGA, campus safety professionals will need to determine risk associated with event. 

  • Police Cash Escort
  • The UC Davis Police Department provides armed officer escorts (per UCOP Policy) for all cash deposits made to the Cashier’s Office located in the main hospital pavilion. The locations we currently escort from are Financial Services (Broadway Bldg.), and Parking Services (FSSB). These escorts are usually daily, but do depend on our availability due to police calls for service.

    > Per existing guidelines, it is recommended that the service be used when moving any significant amounts of cash around campus (not checks).
    > Mandatory use of the service when moving more than $2,500 in dollars per UCOP policy Bus 49.