Low-Income Programs

Low-Income Senior/Disabled Citizen Subsidy Program

This program is designed to give relief to low-income senior/disabled citizens. Utility account must be in the name of the applicant. Applicant must reside at the service address. 

Download the Discount Application (PDF)

Program Requirements

SENIOR DISCOUNT

  • Age 62 or older
  • Total household annual income $40,000

DISABILITY DISCOUNT

  • Legal blindness, or a disability qualifying for handicapped parking privileges, or a disabled, handicapped or incapacitated person as defined under any other existing state or federal program.
  • Total income, including that of your spouse, co-tenant or anyone else living in house, does not exceed the listed income levels per size of household:
Household
Members
Monthly
Income
Yearly
Income
1
$1,826$21,870
2
$2,465$29,580
3
$3,108$37,290
4
$3,750$45,000
5
$4,393$52,710
6
$5,035$60,420
7
$5,678$68,130
8
$6,320$75,840
 Effective January 2024


With the approval of your application, a discount of 40 percent will be applied to each rate.

Residents within Bremerton city limits will receive a discount with Waste Management. 

To learn more about income types and documents required, please download and complete the Discount Application (PDF).

Low Income Assistance

Low-income households may qualify for LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) which provides energy assistance to households in Washington through a network of community action agencies and local partners. If you qualify for LIHEAP you can request a Voucher for a discount to be applied to your utility bill with the City of Bremerton.