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*Please note:  the results from the recent Public Housing Online Application will be available at a later date*

Applicant's Last Name: 

Applicant's Last 4 SSN: 

Please Remember to update the Bremerton Housing Authority when you have any changes in address or telephone number.
If you do not notify BHA of your changes you will be removed from the waiting list.

The information provided below shows the application date of the last person served on each of the Bremerton Housing Authority's waiting lists.

Program                                     Last Person Served Applied:

BHA Housing Choice Voucher                 March 2015

BHA Public Housing 1 Bedroom               January 2012

BHA Public Housing 2 Bedrooms             January 2013

BHA Public Housing 3 Bedrooms             November 2011

BHA Public Housing 4 Bedrooms             March 2012

KCCHA Housing Choice Voucher             February 2016

BHA payment standards are based on the current fair market rents (FMR’s) published by HUD. Payment standards must be set between 90- 110% of the published FMR. BHA reviews the payments standards yearly to ensure we are meeting the needs of the families receiving subsidies as well as bringing new families on the program. Payment standards are normally adjusted October First of any given year.

Kitsap County Payment Standards
FMR.JPGMason County Payment Standards 

FMR 2016 Mason

income limits 2017

BHA partners with other agencies offering rental assistance to individuals and or families experiencing homelessness.  The VA, Kitsap Community Resources, and Mason County Behavioral Health Services provide case management services to help families rebuild their lives and create a stable living environment.  BHA receives referrals directly from the agencies and can provide rental assistance up to 24 months.


The Project Based Voucher (PBV) program attaches the rental assistance voucher to private (including BHA-owned) housing units. Under the PBV program, BHA enters into a Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) contract with the property owner for specified units and for a specified term.

PBV units are leased to eligible low-income tenants from BHA'S PBV Waiting List or in some cases referred by the property owner.

PBV rental assistance is contractually tied to the unit, as opposed to the tenant. If after one year a family who moves from the project-based unit may be eligible to receive HCV (tenant-based) assistance,  if they are in good standings with BHA and if  a HCV is available.


Must meet Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program eligibility requirements.

Property owners interested in BHA's  PBV program may submit a proposal for the program only in response to an officially advertised Request For Proposals.

For More Information

For general information from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) about the Project Based Voucher program.

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Bremerton Housing Authority
600 Park Avenue
Bremerton, WA  98337

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