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Resources for New Residents

All of Glenmore residents understand what you are going through with selling your old house, packing up an entire household, relocating away from established friends and familiar surroundings, and finding yourself in a strange, new world. So, take a deep breath, let it our slowly, and let us help you adapt.

This Website

Since you are reading this, you have already found our website at www/glenmore-community.org. Bookmark this URL so you can quickly get back to this site to find community events, connect to local Bremerton Cottages or Scottish Homes neighborhoods, subscribe to our newsletters and emails, find an email address of your GCA Board members, and just keep in touch with your community. 

"Welcome to Glenmore" Handbook

Some long-time residents have assembled a "Welcome to Glenmore" Handbook shown to the right that you might find helpful. Feel free to download, print it, and keep it handy during your first few months in Glenmore.

Register at the Gatehouse

New Resident Handbook

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New Resident Registration

By this point, your realtor should have assisted you in getting your family registration filled out and submitted to the gatehouse. If not, one of your next actions should be to download and print the registration form, below, complete and submit it to any of our guard. This will get your information into our Resident Directory and allow your family members to start using the right-side automated resident entry gate.

GCA's Community Engagement Committee sends out newsletters about every two weeks. Subscribing to these newsletters and emails is voluntary on your part. So, please take the action and subscribe using the link, above, or the following button.

GCA will never share nor disclose your email address except as required by law.