COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

Effective Monday, March 16, 2020 the Mayor's Office is closed to walk-in visitors. For more information, please click here

We may still be reached by phone and email:
Phone: 360-473-5266

As Mayor of Bremerton, I am focused on making positive changes for Bremerton. One of the issues I am concerned about and hear from the community about is the increasing costs of housing for all income levels in our City. My goal is to increase supply to reduce housing shortages that can lead to higher prices. One of my initiatives is to expand the number of lots available for building and to increase housing types that can add to inventory. This effort is currently underway and will create more residences in the near future. 

Additionally, I have started new initiatives that help our most vulnerable citizens. This includes the Bremerton Rental Assistance Program, which provides support for eviction prevention, rental payments and security deposits. Another effort is the Bremerton weatherization program that offers funding to improve energy efficiency for low income and seniors to reduce heating and other housing costs. 

I believe that these initiatives, among others we are working on, will help our residents and support actions that will increase affordable housing in our community. 

Please click here for more information about efforts in progress.

Mayor's Biography

Mayor Greg Wheeler began serving his first term as Mayor in January 2018. From 2010 through 2017 he served on the Bremerton City Council in District 4. He served as President of the Council from 2013 to 2015.

He serves on the Puget Sound Regional Council Executive Board, Economic Development Board, Transportation Board and Growth Management Board. He represents the City of Bremerton on the boards of Kitsap Transit, Kitsap Public Health, Emergency Management, Kitsap Economic Development Alliance, Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council and on the 911 Executive Committee.

He is a member of the Bremerton Kiwanis and Bremerton Rotary Clubs.

Mayor Wheeler is a lifelong resident of Bremerton, Navy veteran, and retiree from the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Engineering Department. He holds an MBA from Brandman University and BA from Chapman University. He and his wife Sunny have three adult children, a grandchild and two dogs.

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