Tag: City of Bainbridge Island (COBI)

Fish Barrier Removal Project on 305 Won’t Wrap Up until November 2023

Don’t expect the State Highway 305-Murden Cove construction project to end any time soon. The Washington State Department of Transportation’s fish barrier removal work at Murden Creek isn’t expected to wrap up until November 2023. That’s almost a year away …

Happy Thanksgiving Bainbridge Island! Here’s the Weekend Line-Up!

FOOTBALL, FOOTBALL FOOTBALL! Love it or hate it, this weekend there’s a lot of football happening!

FIFA 2022WORLD CUP 2022 – ENGLAND v. USA: TWO PLACES TO WATCH – FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25th, 11am kickoff! We have it from a …

New Education and Outreach Efforts for Single-Use Plastic Waste Reduction

The City of Bainbridge Island helps educate businesses on upcoming
2023 Waste Reduction Regulations.

The City of Bainbridge Island has partnered with the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce, Bainbridge Island Downtown Association and Bainbridge Island Zero Waste to educate local …

City News Bytes: Lawsuit against Former Mayor, Bethany Moves Forward, New Waste Regs for Businesses

City News BytesLawsuit Alleges Conflict of Interest by former City Councilor 

Former Bainbridge Mayor and City Council member Kol Medina is the subject of a lawsuit alleging a conflict of interest over a donation made by CHI Franciscan to a foundation Medina …

Halloween on Bainbridge is a Fun Time, Downtown, and in many a Neighborhood!

Fall on BainbridgeThe wind is blowing, the leaves are falling, the sky is gray, and darkness is quickly descending upon us. It must be Halloween. America’s new favorite holiday is unfolding today and kids (and adults) everywhere – including Bainbridge Island …

Affordable Housing on Bainbridge? City to Weigh in on Bethany Project

Bethany Lutheran propertySolving the affordable housing challenge on Bainbridge Island – and many other similarly affluent communities in Washington State and around the country – is a major hurdle in a world of escalating real estate prices, higher building costs and diminishing …

Next Phase of Downtown’s Grow Community Now Underway

Grow CommunityIt’s growing – again! The third phase of the Grow Community – the urban “Net Zero” neighborhood in Downtown Winslow – is now underway.

Grow is bordered by Wyatt Way, Grow Avenue and Shepard Way NE. The new construction, which …

Johnson Farm – More than 100 years of agricultural heritage and community dedication

Pumphouse at Johnson FarmTucked away on Twin Ponds Road, just off of Fletcher Bay Road, you’ll find Johnson Farm, one of Bainbridge’s oldest and most historic working farms. The original 80-acre claim was established in 1888 by Andrew Johnson on the sandy and …

A weekend of festivals – Bainbridge Creative District’s Bridge Festival and the Tenth Annual Bainbridge Island Modern Quilt Guild Fall Festival 

It was a bit hot and definitely smoke filled, but islanders and visitors alike turned out to celebrate the launch of the Bainbridge Creative District (BCD) at the Bridge Festival at Waterfront Park and enjoy the beautiful handcrafted quilts …

Volunteer for the Bainbridge Island Beach Cleanup 2022!

Bainbridge Island Beach Cleanup poster 2022Sustainable Bainbridge is seeking volunteers to help with the annual Bainbridge Island Beach Cleanup on Saturday, Sept. 10, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.! This annual stewardship event is held in collaboration with Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup.

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