Local Community and Economy

Improving and preserving our vital local community life and local economy.

Local Arts, Crafts and Culture

Encouraging the rich culture that enlivens our daily lives and our economy.

Local Needs

Caring for the social fabric and safety net of our community through dedicated nonprofits and agencies that respond to social needs on and around Bainbridge Island. Ensuring justice and safety through dedicated local police officers and a local court.

Local Businesses

Creating conditions that permit owners and employees of local retail, local professional services, local farmers and other local businesses to thrive. Shop Local!

Local Schools

All children on Bainbridge deserve access to a high quality education that prepares them to succeed.

Local Government

Developing an effective city government rooted in local control that is supportive of our common island values. Conserving our precious and limited fresh water aquifers and fighting pollution of streams and the Sound. Maintaining local roads, utilities, infrastructure and basic services.

RESOURCES:

2018 Affordable Housing Report

July 30, 2014 Shoreline Master Plan

Waterfront Park:
The renovation is complete. It offers accessible paths along our Waterfront. The new City Dock at Waterfront Park is now complete and open for use as well. City Dock Improvements

Infrastructure:
Transportation: SR 305 Corridor Improvement
Projects
Capital Facilities: Fire station 21 is underway
City Public Safety Building: Police Station and Municipal Court Planning