The City of Bremerton monitors weather for the possibility of snow and ice events. Salt brine is placed on dry pavement before storms. During snow events, crews are on standby and equipment is ready to plow and sand during winter months. The priority for snow and ice removal is arterial streets. With almost 300-miles of road to plow, it may take some time for all streets to be plowed. The City asks for your patience during inclement weather.
The severe weather shelter program provides safe warm beds to stay overnight for people in need during severe weather events Nov 15 – Mar 31 in Kitsap County. This shelter is available for single adults, parents with children, families, and teens. For more information on when severe weather shelters are activated and locations, please visit https://www.kitsapgov.com/hs/Pages/HH-Severe-Weather-Shelters.aspx.
Please visit the Ktisap Transit website for snow route information and/or to sign up for rider alerts via text message.
In the event weather causes a disruption to your service, Waste Management will initiate an "out dial" telephone message along with a plan to restore service. For more information, customer service staff is available by phone (7AM-7PM, Saturday 9AM-1PM) at 800-592-9995.