For the City of Bainbridge Island, 2021 is a significant milestone: it marks the 30th anniversary of becoming an all-island government.
On Feb. 28, 1991, the unincorporated area of Bainbridge Island was annexed into the City of Winslow. On Nov. 5, 1991, voters approved changing the name of our city from City of Winslow to City of Bainbridge Island. Watch the video below to learn about the efforts to become an all-island government.
City celebrates 30th anniversary
The City of Bainbridge Island on Nov. 9 celebrated its 30th anniversary of becoming an all-island City government with a small gathering at City Hall.
The event was open to all community members. Some visitors included current and former council members, City staff, and Home Rule Committee members who led the campaign to form an all-island government.
Photos, documents and mementos from the City’s 30-year history were on display.
View a photo gallery celebrating the City's 30th anniversary (click on "view full size" to enlarge the photo).