City Council

2019 City Council

2019 Council Members


Left to Right: District 5, Michael Goodnow; District 4, Lori Wheat; District 2, Leslie Daugs; District 7, Eric Younger; District 3, Kevin Gorman; District 1, Pat Sullivan and District 6, Richard Huddy.

2019 Council Committee Appointments


January 29, 2019 (2nd Issue)

Finance, Investment & Parking Committee


  • Michael Goodnow - Chair
  • Kevin Gorman - Vice Chair
  • Lori Wheat

Public Works Committee


  • Kevin Gorman - Chair
  • Pat Sullivan - Vice Chair
  • Richard Huddy

Audit Committee


  • Leslie Daugs - Chair
  • Lori Wheat

Lodging Tax Advisory Committee


  • Pat Sullivan - Chair

Police Pension Board


  • Eric Younger - Council President 

Fire Pension Board


  • Michael Goodnow - Finance, Investment & Parking Committee Chair

Kitsap 911 Policy Board


  • Leslie Daugs
  • Eric Younger

Kitsap Transit Board of Commissioners


  • Leslie Daugs

KEDA Board of Directors

 
  • Eric Younger - Council President

CDBG Project Review Committee


  • Michael Goodnow

Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council (KRCC)


  • Leslie Daugs
  • Michael Goodnow
Kitsap Community Resources (KCR) Board
  • Leslie Daugs
Puget Sound Clean Air Agency Board

  • Mayor Wheeler
  • Kevin Gorman - Alternate

West Central LIO Executive Committee


  • Mayor Wheeler
  • Leslie Daugs - Alternate

West Sound Alliance (WSA) Working & Stakeholder Groups


  • Mayor Wheeler

Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Organization (PRTPO)


  • Mayor Wheeler

Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC)


The following boards are by appointment of the Mayor or Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC)

Executive Board


  • Mayor Wheeler
  • Kevin Gorman - Alternate

Transpol Board


  • Mayor Wheeler
  • Kevin Gorman - Alternate

Growth Management Board


  • Mayor Wheeler
  • Kevin Gorman - Alternate

Economic Development Board


  • Mayor Wheeler
  • Kevin Gorman - Alternate 
City Council Members are elected by the citizens of Bremerton to perform the legislative function of local government. This includes establishing goals, priorities, and policies; adopting ordinances and resolutions; as well as approving the annual budget and monitoring expenditures related to City business throughout the year.