The City of Bremerton is proud to provide our customers with high quality water. Your drinking water is regularly tested to ensure that it meets all federal and state standards. Be assured that your water supply is safe and meets all public health requirements.
Water Sources Bremerton's drinking water is supplied by surface water from the protected watershed of the Union River headwaters and 13 groundwater wells located in the Bremerton vicinity. For more information on Bremerton's water sources, please visit the following video links:
Bremerton's water quality is excellent. Water supplies are dependent on rainfall to fill the reservoir and feed underground aquifers. All sources are managed in accordance with Washington State Department of Health requirements, Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, and best management practices for water supply systems.
Bremerton's drinking water complies with all protective health standards set by the EPA and the Washington Department of Health. A summary of tests and test results can be found in the Annual Water Quality Report, which also explains where the city's water comes from and how it is treated.
Our modern life would be impossible without water. How long would you last without water? Maybe a day or two if you have a few gallons on hand for emergencies. Without water you couldn't flush the toilet, brush your teeth, or take a shower. Clean water delivered to your home is something that most people don't often think about and is easy to take for granted. The City of Bremerton ensures dependable water service to customers like you through hard work, planning and investment.
Determining Your Water Provider
You are served by Bremerton water if you pay your utility bill to the City of Bremerton. If you are a renter or otherwise don't pay directly for water, you can view the Water Service Area Map (PDF). The area inside the red lines constitute City of Bremerton water customers.