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The City of Bremerton maintains three parking garages and several City of Bremerton lots in the downtown core. To find parking please take a look at:
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Learn more about Parking in Bremerton:
The City of Bremerton has contracted with Impark for all parking enforcement responsibilities.
View the parking rates for the Harborside garage, Park Plaza garage, and more.
Learn about the posted restrictions, non-posted regulations, and other parking rules.
New and replacement vehicle and visitor permits are issued by Impark.
The City of Bremerton has contracted with Impark for all parking enforcement responsibilities. For customer service and/or information on meter/lot issues, monthly parking and payment notices please contact Impark at 360-616-4808 or Bremerton.email@example.com
All city-owned garages, parking lots and on-street parking areas have electronic pay stations. The pay stations will accept cash/coins or electronic payments (Visa/MasterCard, etc).
Impark offers the option to pay for parking by phone. For details, visit the PayByPhone website.
Impark also administers the residential parking permit program. To learn more about this program please visit the Residential Parking Permits page.
Please use our Parking Complaints form to report parking issues.
Follow the instructions on the back of your citation and visit the City of Bremerton Municipal Court page to for more resources.
The City of Bremerton Residential Parking Permit program provides on-street parking for residents in neighborhoods impacted by parking generators, such as commuters or high occupancy.
To apply for or manage a Residential Parking permit please visit the online parking permit portal.
Replacement permits, Visitor permits, Recreational Vehicle permits, and Service/landlord permits are issued at the Impark Office.
Questions? Please see the Residential Parking Permit Rules (PDF). Or for more complete rules and regulation see the Bremerton Municipal Code.
Items required for issue of residential parking permits include:
Official Proof of Address
Your name and address must be on at least 1 of the following:
Not a complete list of all parking regulations.
Please see the BMC 10.10 and Washington State MTO as well as the City of Bremerton Residential Parking Permit Rules.
If you have 3 or more outstanding parking tickets that are more than 45 days old, your vehicle may be impounded if it is parked on-street after notice of impoundment.
If you have 6 or more parking tickets, paid or unpaid, in the last 90 days your car may be impounded.