HUD revised our Fair Market Rents.  The new calculation is almost 20% higher than our 2021 calculation.  This is a huge win for us, our community and, in particular, for our voucher holders shopping for units. This increase will allow us to pay higher rents for every unit size and benefits at least another dozen rental assistance programs in Kitsap County. 

An award of nearly $43,000 to the Bremerton Housing Authority from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for its Foster Youth to Independence (FYI) initiative is already making a difference in young lives.  The FYI program provides funds to pay market rate rents for three to five years to eligible young people who are also receiving other supportive services. This is initial funding for vouchers awarded so far, with more funding available as additional vouchers are distributed to youth aging out of foster care. 

September 2022 Pendleton Place is completely leased up.  72 people have been moved into Pendleton Place since late May.  That is 72 people who are no longer homeless.

October 2022 Friends of Housing Award: Recognized for our successful efforts with appealing to HUD for higher fair market rents.


Bremerton Housing Authority
600 Park Avenue
Bremerton, WA  98337

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