Open House tomorrow Sat. March 30th!

Easy In-Town Living

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 7681 Weaver Rd. NW

Offered at $545,000

Open House tomorrow: 
Saturday, March 30th, 12noon-2:30pm

Lots of sunshine at this in-town 1950’s rambler on a grand, level lot. Use your creativity & make this property your own. Best location close to schools, shopping, restaurants & ferry. Across st. from Rotary Pk ball fields & Owens Playground. Sidewalks and trails to Winslow. Plenty of space for flower/veggie gardens. Newer siding, ext paint, roof, appliances & recently updated electrical & attic insulation. Property surveyed. Outbuildings for storage/hobbies. Easy one level Bainbridge Living…

For more visit http://www.buckleyrealestate.com/1427223

SR 305 – Expect Delays!

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Reminder: tomorrow on SR 305 EXPECT DELAYS

Thursday March 21st between 9am-2pm crews will be removing potentially hazardous trees. They will be working on Bainbridge near Reitan Rd. NE, near mile marker 6.8.

To sign up for text/email updates from WSDOT, click HERE

New Regulations for Wells by Kitsap County Health Dept.

Take note of new regulations for Wells with the Kitsap County Health Department: Effective March 4, 2019, all properties served by a private 1- or 2-party water supply, or a Group B Water System are required to have a Water Status Report prepared by the Health District prior to sale. In the past, these reports have been optional, but are now required and should be submitted for review at least 30 days prior to closing. To read more about these new regulations, visit the Kitsap Public Health District site here

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Protecting our Waters: from Wells to Whales

Association of Bainbridge Island Communities presents their Annual Environmental Conference!

Sunday, March 10th 12:30-5:00pm, $5 admission (registration required)

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Do you know your “ecological address?” Our “ecological address” is more than just our street, city or town. No matter where we live, each of us inhabits a specific watershed, topography, climate, and other factors such as air and soil chemistry profiles and the biodiversity of flora and fauna. Do you know where your water is sourced and where it goes? What’s an aquifer anyway? When it rains, where does the stormwater go in your neighborhood? And why does all this matter?

We will explore issues of sustainability of water quality and quantity and examine the science, impact and infrastructure in local and global systems. Resident experts will lead breakout groups so you can choose to deep dive on topics that interest you most.

For more information and to register, explore more at https://bit.ly/2TFP3HN

Emergency Preparedness Pet Seminar, Sunday March 10th

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In case of a disaster, do you have the supplies needed for your pet? This seminar will help you to understand what is needed for both staying home and also bugging out to a shelter.

The seminar will be lead by our wonderful partners at PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap County.

Good Egg has been kind enough to share their space so we will have plenty of seating.

There is no charge for the event, but donations are encouraged. All proceeds will benefit PAWS directly.

 

 

Wanted: Bunny Heroes!!

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Important Public Meeting Tonight 2/28/19 at City Hall

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The  Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Thursday, Feb. 28 on proposed changes to subdivision regulations.  Specifically, the Planning Commission is seeking feedback on Ordinance 2019-03.

The subdivision update is part of the development moratorium work plan that began early last year.  The overall purpose of the proposed revisions is to craft a subdivision ordinance that directs the planning and design of future residential developments in a manner that respects the natural resources of the land and preserves the character and function of the landscape.

The public hearing is part of the regular Feb. 28 Planning Commission meeting that begins at 7 p.m. in the Council Chamber.

If you have any questions or comments about the proposed regulations, please send an email to pcd@bainbridgwa.gov by 4 p.m. Feb. 28.  All comments will be provided to the Planning Commission for review and consideration in its recommendation to City Council on Ordinance 2019-03.  Learn more  here .

Open House Saturday, February 23rd!

 Spacious One-Level Living

360 Knechtel Way NE #301

 Offered at $695,000

EXPLORE PROPERTY

Spacious one level living in Winslow!  Luxuriously built top floor corner unit with tranquil territorial views.  French doors off living room and master bedroom lead to wrap-around terrace perfect for raised bed gardening and entertaining.  Master suite features walk-in California Closet and radiant floor heating in master bath.  Gourmet kitchen incl. newer refrigerator, propane range with electric oven, microwave, solid granite counters with eating bar and walk-in pantry.  Secure garage with storage plus 2 parking spaces.

OPEN HOUSE

 Saturday, February 23rd from 12-3pm

Elizabeth Ozimek

206-495-7688 | Elizabeth@BuckleyRealEstate.com

We Want your snow pictures!!

Send us your best snow pictures during the recent winter wonderland…. So we can post……………….

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 Thank goodness it’s raining. Never thought I would say those words…………………

EMAIL TO:  OFFICE@BUCKLEYREALESTATE.COM

Agate Pass Bridge Work…Expect delays

 ~Update from WSDOT~  Drivers can expect delays on SR 305 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18. Utility crews will require one-way alternating traffic at several locations between Suquamish Way and NE Totten Road for removal of trees in communication lines. This is in addition to work planned for the SR 305 Agate Pass Bridge from Tuesday, Feb 19-Friday, March 1.

Reminder: Delays Expected when Agate Pass Bridge Work Begins Next Week

WSDOT crews will begin daytime work on the Agate Pass Bridge Tuesday, Feb. 19 and drivers should expect delays of 30 minutes or longer.
During the work, which is expected to last through Friday, March 1, the SR 305 Agate Pass Bridge will be reduced to one alternating lane of traffic at the following times:
  • 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays
  • 7:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 23-24 (Chilly Hilly is Sunday, Feb. 24)
During those times, WSDOT crews will be doing an in-depth bridge inspection. This regular checkup helps identify potential maintenance needs early.
For advance information about roadwork on state highways in Kitsap County, please check the WSDOT construction updates here.