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Brownfields are vacant and underutilized properties previously used for industrial or commercial activities that may have resulted in contamination from petroleum or hazardous substances, but can be cleaned up and reused.
Property owners, businesses and developers who cleanup and reuse brownfields provide benefits to themselves and their communities, including:
Grant funding can be used to inventory, assess, and conduct cleanup/reuse planning for priority sites.
Please use the searchable City Limits Map to find your property and determine if you are within City limits.
Please use the searchable Bremerton Council Districts map to find your property and determine what Council District you belong to.
Fun at the Playgrounds is a free recreation program for Bremerton youth. Held at 2 playground sites in Bremerton, it is a drop-by program that provides safe summer fun geared towards children ages 6 to 12.
We have 2 sites this year: 1 in West Bremerton (Kiwanis) and 1 in East Bremerton (Blueberry Park). For park addresses and amenities, view the Playground Sites page.
The telephone number to the Bremerton Police Department is 360-473-5220. This number is answered Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Pot holes on City of Bremerton roadways may be reported to the Public Works and Utilities dispatch line, 360-473-5920, at any time. If calling after normal business hours please leave a message and provide the direction (east bound, west bound, etc.), address of location and the nearest cross street. Pot holes may also be reported using the Bremerton1 App.
The Community Protection Act of 1990 only involves those offenders who have violated the criminal sexual conduct statutes, the kidnapping statutes, or other statutes with a finding of sexual motivation.
The Bremerton Police Department will release information on Level 3 registered sex offenders in the city limits of Bremerton in accordance with the Community Protection Act and related statutes. This information is not intended to create panic or alarm. The intent is to inform our citizens and to enhance community safety and awareness. These individuals have served the sentence imposed by the courts and in compliance with the Community Protection Act, have advised the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office that they will be living within the city limits of Bremerton.
All of the street lights downtown are serviced by Puget Sound Energy with the exception of the decorative street lights, which are maintained by the city. Responsibility of the remaining street lights is either Bremerton Public Works and Utilities or Puget Sound Energy. To report a street light outage contact Bremerton Public Works at 360-473-5920, or Puget Sound Energy (PSE) at 888-225-5773. It is very helpful if you are able to note the numbers located on the street light pole, as this is how we identify the pole location. If you do not see a number, please try to get a physical address with two cross streets.
You can pay utility bills in person at the Utility Billing office, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., located at: 345 6th Street, Suite 100, Bremerton, WA 98337-1891.
A drop box is available for payments made after normal business hours.
Other payment options include paying online, automatic withdrawal from your checking account and an automated phone service at 360-473-5316.