1. Three Days of Preparedness Returns to Bainbridge Island

    Community members are invited to attend the third annual Three Days of Preparedness kicking-off on Wednesday, September 27. Additional Info...
  2. City Will Not Pursue New Brooklyn Site for Police Station

    Due to changing circumstances, the City of Bainbridge Island will not continue to pursue the New Brooklyn Site for a future Police and Municipal Court Building. Additional Info...
  3. Site Assessment Review Will be Required starting in October

    Beginning October 1, 2017, a completed Site Assessment Review (SAR) will be required prior to the submission of most Land Use or Building applications. Additional Info...
  4. City Seeks Community Input on Downtown Parking

    The City of Bainbridge Island wants your opinion on parking conditions in Downtown Bainbridge Island. Additional Info...
  5. Safety first: With school back in session, now is a good time to revisit traffic laws

    On September 6, more than 3,700 local students will return to the Bainbridge Island School District. Making sure every child gets to school safely is top priority for the Bainbridge Island School District and the Bainbridge Island Police Department Additional Info...
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