1. Thanks to Island Residents from Chief Teran and Chief Hamner

    Bainbridge Island Residents, On behalf of the Bainbridge Island Fire and Police Departments, we would like to thank all of you who complied with the consumer fireworks ban this July 4th. Read on...
  2. Public Encouraged to Attend Navigate Bainbridge Environmental and Economic Elements Workshops

    The first workshop will occur Wednesday, July 22, and will focus on the Environmental Element. The second workshop will be on Wednesday, July 29, and will focus on the Economic Element. Both workshops are in the Council Chamber from 6:30-8:30 pm. Read on...
  3. City Seeks Applicants for New Human Services Funding Advisory Committee

    The City of Bainbridge Island is seeking volunteers to serve on the newly created Human Services Funding Advisory Committee (HSFAC). Read on...
  4. Rockaway Water System Customers Encouraged to Conserve

    Customers of the Rockaway Beach water system are being asked to voluntarily conserve water as part of an effort to reduce stress on water system infrastructure. Read on...
  5. Bainbridge Island City Council to Consider Traffic Impact Fee Ordinance

    At the Study Session on July 7, the Bainbridge Island City Council will consider Ordinance 2015-07, adopting a new Chapter 15.30, Transportation Impact Fees, of the Bainbridge Island Municipal Code. Read on...
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