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Bremerton, WA 98337
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The City of Bremerton residents enjoy some of the highest quality water in the country and our water rates are among the lowest in the state. However, if our community is to continue to grow and prosper, we must bring to practice conservation of our remarkable water resource.

Bremerton's water sources depend on rainfall to fill the surface reservoir and to supply groundwater aquifers. Peak day usage in the summer can increase water demands from 30 to 100% which can put a strain on the water system. Reducing outdoor water use will help reduce summer time peaks. Rain barrels are a great way to save water outdoors as is washing your car at a car wash that recycles their water. Using native plants and mulches in your garden can help too.

Bremerton is doing a great job with water efficiency but there's always room to improve. The following water efficiency goals were adopted in December 2006 by the Bremerton City Council:
  • Maintain water use per single family household to below 195 gallons per day on a three year average.
  • Keep maximum day demand less than twice the average day demand on a three year average.
  • Maintain non-revenue water below 8% on a three year average.
These goals aim to maintain current water-wise actions by customers and the water system.

Saving water is easy to do. These ideas will save you money as well as save water.

The City of Bremerton is a member of the Partnership for Water Conservation, whose mission is to actively engage the Puget Sound region in conservation efforts generating measurable water savings that support communities, provide long-term economic benefits and protect watersheds by helping to sustain necessary flows in rivers and streams. For more information on how you can conserve water, visit

Bremerton is also a member of the national organization, the Alliance for Water Efficiency, and an EPA Water Sense partner,