The Bainbridge Island General Store Is Open For Business!!!
It is there to help you find what you need and then pass you through to buy directly from our local businesses.
The Bainbridge Island General store is being launched as a public benefit campaign to assist the island’s business community, with partners Chemistry Productions, the Bainbridge Island Chamber, Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island, Bainbridge Island Downtown Association and Visit Bainbridge Island.
In accordance with the Governor’s directive, the Chamber office and licensing desk are closed to public entry.
Chamber staff may be working remotely. We are only able to check telephone messages infrequently. Please use email to contact us.
Customers need to remain outside the building and are requested to keep the appropriate social distance from each other.
We do request that if they are not already expired, that you renew your vehicles and boats ONLINE and designate MAILING.
Our DOL agency does not offer any services related to personal driver’s licenses or enhanced driver’s licenses — the nearest offices are in Poulsbo and Bremerton.
We are not able to offer fishing and hunting licenses and same-day Discover Passes at this location at this time.
Help with obtaining and renewing U.S. passports is available at the City of Bainbridge Island Municipal Court location in Rolling Bay.
For the latest updates:
- US Center for Disease Control (CDC)
- Latest Updates from Washington State Governor’s Office
- Latest Updates from Kitsap County Public Health
- City of Bainbridge Island
Business Resources for COVID-19
We’re posting more links to information for businesses and employees and updating them frequently on our Business Resources page.
It has never been more important to support our community and local businesses in whatever way we can, while following the government guidelines set in place to keep people safe and healthy. The Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce and the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association are working together as central sources for business resources and updates. BIDA and the BICC share information with the City of Bainbridge Island, Bainbridge Prepares, and others. Email us at the Chamber of Commerce. Email the Downtown Association.
We have a united mission, especially during this difficult time. Currently we are working together to provide an initial supply of both disposable and reuseable face coverings to any local businesses and organizations. Please email us if you need some.
We continue to provide up-to-date information on business hours, promotions, delivery and shipping options, and temporary closures in our e-newsletters and on our COVID Resources page.
Island Volunteer Caregivers (IVC) is providing shopping and delivery of groceries and prescriptions for Bainbridge residents. Call 206.842.4441 or email [email protected] if you need assistance or would like to volunteer.
The WA Department of Financial Institutions provides financial resources for WA residents impacted by COVID-19. Website here: https://dfi.wa.gov/coronavirus/financial-resources?fbclid=IwAR2sioJpJ7keWb
Disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance continue to be available.