Meetings Procedure

Please join us at any regular business meeting which may include a study session. Regular business meetings always include an opportunity for comment by community members.

The agenda for Commission regular business meetings is available to the public online at Agendas/Minutes on the Thursday afternoon prior to the Tuesday meeting. After approval, Commission meeting minutes are also available online under Agendas/Minutes.

Port Commission regular business meetings are held each month on the second Tuesday of each month at 10:00 AM and fourth Tuesday at 6:00 PM  in the Bill Mahan Conference Room at the Port's Administration Offices in the terminal building at Bremerton National Airport.

If you are unable to attend a meeting but would still like an opportunity to comment, written comments will be accepted. They can be emailed to the Clerk of the Board, Ginger Waye, at or mailed to the Port's administrative office, 8850 SW State Hwy 3, Bremerton, WA 98312.Your comments will be distributed to the Board of Commissioners and, if requested, will be read by the Clerk of the Board at the next Commission meeting.

Television Broadcast:

Port of Bremerton Commission Meetings are broadcast on Bremerton Kitsap Access Television (BKAT) on the Tuesday and Saturday directly following the meetings. Tuesday's showing airs at 10 p.m. and Saturday's showing is aired at 9 a.m. Broadcasts of the meetings are also available on this website. Go to meeting search, identify the meeting date you want to see, and click on the video.

Study Session:

The purpose of the study session is to better inform the citizens of the Port district and other interested parties of Port activities, and to provide a platform for the Port Commissioners and Port management staff to discuss Port issues. Study sessions are included as part of the regular business meeting agenda and are open to the public.

Executive Session:

The Commission may recess to an Executive Session to discuss or receive briefings from staff regarding real estate, personnel matters, litigation, or other subjects as set forth in the Open Public Meetings Act (RCW 42.30).

Special Meetings:

The Port Commission may call special meetings. 24-hour notice is necessary to conduct a special meeting.