Bainbridge Athletic Club Potential Acquisition Information and Documents
Letter from Chair of Board of Commissioners — BAC Acquisition
Sakai Bond Measure (2015)
Athletic Club Purchase Proposal Presentation
Frequently Asked Questions
Asset Purchase Agreement
Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreement
Conditional Use Permit
Business Assets Appraisal (Kessler)
Steven Kessler Resume CV
Land and Improvements Appraisal (Shorett)
Peter Shorett Resume CV
Resolution 2021-02: Limited Tax General Obligation Bond, 2021 Authorization (Bainbridge Athletic Club Purchase)
Ugles Building Inspection
Fall Recreation Connection Catalog Now Available!
Fall registration opens on August 11 at 9:30am.
Click here to view the online catalog. Online, phone, and mail-in registrations accepted.
Discounts on Programs: The Park District partners with Helpline House and DDA/DSHS to make participation accessible for qualified families and individuals. For more information visit our financial assistance page.
Park District Video
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3/22/21 — Mason Bees Released to Strengthen Ecosystem
The Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District is partnering with Rent Mason Bees to help pollinate plants within our parks to help create a healthier ecosystem. We are releasing 1,600 mason bees near our historical orchards in Williams Olson Park, Blakely Harbor Park meadow, Hilltop meadow, and Moritani Nature Preserve to help revive and strengthen our orchards and surrounding habitat.
About Mason Bees: Blue Orchard Mason Bees DO NOT STING and are native to the Pacific Northwest. They are super pollinators and are vital to our food production and ecosystem. They belly-flop onto flowers and collect pollen all over their bodies, which enables them to pollinate 95% of the flowers they land on, and they can visit up to 2,000 blossoms a day.
To learn how you can help, rent your own solitary bees, or learn more about our partnering company, visit Rent Mason Bees’ website here.
KidsUp! Playground Closed for Phase I Renovation
Phase I renovations begin Monday, January 6; while fundraising continues for Phase II to build the ferry, climbable orcas and art.
The main tower area restoration is complete. The rest of the original structure will be maintained as much as possible while we move forward with our KidsUp! Next Generation of Play re-imagination process.
The structure is being restored and re-imagined in a way that will honor the original playground, but bring new ideas and accessibility. If you are interested, please read the information on our KidsUp! Playground Renovation webpage or on the signage at the site about the overall project.
To donate: contact the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation.