2020 Capital levy passed
  • The Bremerton School District is proposing a one-year capital levy measure in the February 12th election. This levy will replace the current levy when it expires soon.

     

    The levy will generate $7,675,000 to support:

     

    • Health and safety such as school security upgrades and HVAC  systems.
    • Teaching and community facilities such as sporting/physical education field improvements, instructional space and energy-efficient lighting.
    • Preservation of District assets such as roof repair/replacement and sprinkler system repairs and upgrades.

     

    >>This is a one-year levy. If approved in 2019, funds will be collected in calendar year 2020.

    >>This capital levy will replace the current capital levy, tech levy and bond which all expire at the end of 2019.

Local voter-determined tax rates for schools ($ per thousand assessed value)

Local voter-determined tax rates for schools ($ per thousand assessed value)

Total Washington state tax rates for schools ($ per thousand assessed value)

Total Washington state tax rates for schools ($ per thousand assessed value)
  • ARE THERE TAX EXEMPTIONS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS OR THOSE WHO ARE DISABLED?

     

    Yes. Senior and disabled citizens who meet certain income requirements may be exempt from part or all of local school levy taxes. To learn more, call the Kitsap County Assessor’s Office at 360-337-4904 and ask about the property tax exemption and deferral program. Some senior citizens may also quality for tax relief  by volunteering in our schools!  

Community Meeting 1/29 5:30 - 6:30 @ BHS
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While the state provides funding for basic education, school districts rely on voter-approved capital levies to help maintain

2020 Replacement Capital Levy fact sheet

2020 Replacement Capital Levy fact sheet (image)

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