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Demographics

Land Area: 27.78 square miles, 17,778 acres

Size: Approximately 12 miles long and 4 miles wide

Miles of shoreline: 53

Population: 24,825 (April 1, 2020)

Average Home Price: $1,840,199 (December, 2021) 

Total Households: 10,115 households (2015-2019)

Median household income(in 2019 dollars): $117,990

For more information regarding Bainbridge Island demographics, please check out The United States Census Bureau

Weather

The very definition of island living is found on beautiful Bainbridge Island, WA. The Island has a mild, marine climate similar to that of San Francisco. Bainbridge experiences roughly 225 days of cloud cover annually. It receives an average of 37.19 inches of rainfall. For gardeners, the climate is similar to that of southern England, with a growing season lasting about 180 days.

• Four Seasons on Bainbridge island •

Bainbridge Island School District

Bainbridge Island has a public school system for children in grades K-12. Included are three elementary schools, one intermediate school (5-6), one middle school, one high school, a multi-age program, and a separate smaller high school.

The Bainbridge Island School District is known for its innovative student opportunities and exemplary level of its curriculum. Students perform very well, scoring an overall 9.1/10 on their Washington state school report card.

The school district website has information on all of the schools and administrative contact information.

Bainbridge Island Community Resources

Bainbridge Island, WA most commonly used community resources:

Chamber of Commerce

The City of Bainbridge

Downtown Association

Metro Parks & Recreation

Washington State Ferries

Destination Bainbridge

Bainbridge Review

Historical Society

Bainbridge Public Library

Performing Arts

Arts & Humanities

The Bloedel Reserve

FAQ

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Bainbridge Island is 27.78 square miles (17,778 acres), with 53 miles of shoreline. That’s just about 5 square miles larger than Manhattan (NYC)!

The average home price on Bainbridge Island is $1,273,333 (February, 2022- Market Report-MLS)

The average condominium price on Bainbridge Island is $607,999 (February, 2022- Market Report-MLS)

Bainbridge Island offers a wide variety of shops, including stores for home decor, antiques, art galleries, clothing boutiques, and a wonderful grocery store with a unique history. Award-winning restaurants, wineries, a brewery, and a distillery offer a unique PNW island experience. There are museums that feature art, history, and kids’ activities. Take a picnic to the beach – rent a kayak – walk waterfront trails, Gazzam Lake, The Grand Forest, Battle Point Park, Fort Ward Park, and much more! Check out The Bainbridge Island Downtown Association for more information.

According to the 2020 census, Bainbridge Island’s population is now 24,825 people. Those 24,825 people live in 10,115 households across the island.

Yes and no! While it is a temperate climate and pretty damp year round, the island experiences roughly 225 days of cloud cover annually. It receives an average of 37.19 inches of rainfall per year. Seattle is NOT even in the 10 rainiest cities in the U.S. by amount of annual rainfall!

“Seattle gets its reputation as being the rainiest city due to the number of days with precipitation. It has more days with rain than both New York City and Miami. This means that Seattle has more frequent rain, but the light rain results in low totals.” (King 5 News)