Driving & Parking


To support social distancing measures in the City of Bremerton, Mayor Wheeler has extended emergency changes to parking rules until May 31 for essential workers, those who need critical services and care, and residents complying with stay-at-home orders and health directives. These continue to include:

  • Lifting of restrictions on timed, on-street parking in the downtown core (boundary from Warren Avenue east to the waterfront, and 6th Street south to the shipyard fence). Please see attached map for boundaries of timed, on-street parking in downtown core.
  • Suspension of enforcement of the 5-day parking rule for residential permits in neighborhoods.
The City will continue to enforce “No Parking” areas and on-street parking violations as well as emergency access and public safety violations during this time.

Several construction projects are underway throughout Bremerton. Traffic impacts are anticipated, and travelers should consider taking alternate routes or using other modes of transportation, such as public transit, ferries or biking. To learn more about construction projects, please visit the Projects webpages or download the weekly Street Closure Report (PDF).

The City of Bremerton owns and maintains three parking garages and several City lots in the downtown core. For parking lot locations, visit the online Parking Lot Search or download a copy of the Bremerton Parking Brochure (PDF).