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NEW - County seeks to amend code on how land is addressed
The County's Department of Community Development is seeking to amend County Code 16.66 (Addressing of Land) in an effort to clarify and define a quality address and road name standards, This is in response to the implementation of Next Generation 911 (NG911) in 2017 and improve the ability to find homes and businesses in a reasonably uniform manner.
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Phase II burn ban downgraded to Phase I
The current Phase II burn ban has been reduced to a Phase I burn ban due to the rain this weekend. “The rain over the weekend was a welcome sight – and it provided some relief," according to Kitsap County Fire Marshal David Lynam.
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Pedestrian safety enhancement coming to SR 160 near Port Orchard
An effort to enhance pedestrian safety will lead to an innovative upgrade at a Kitsap County pedestrian crossing. Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will install an on-demand beacon warning system to alert drivers of pedestrians waiting to cross the highway. Follow the link below to read the complete release from the Washington State Department of Transportation.
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Suquamish road and water improvements discussed Thursday (9/3)
Suquamish residents can learn more about a newly forming merchants’ association, get updates on continuing road improvements and hear about Clean Water Kitsap partnerships and initiatives this Thursday at the regular monthly meeting of the Suquamish Citizens Advisory Committee. The meeting takes place 6-8 p.m. September 3 in the Suquamish Council Chambers, 18490 Suquamish Way NE. For more information, call 360.337.4683.
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Port Orchard celebrates 125 years
The City of Port Orchard is celebrating their 125-year anniversary Saturday, September 5. Click on the link below for a flyer with more information.
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Public Statement Regarding KRRC Proposed Stipulation
On July 29, representatives from Kitsap County and Kitsap Rifle and Revolver Club (KRRC) met to hear the Club’s proposal to reopen the range and avoid continuing the current litigation. This meeting was requested by the Club. Commissioner Rob Gelder and Prosecutor Tina Robinson represented Kitsap County while two members of KRRC’s leadership presented the Club’s proposal. Attorneys for both organizations were also present.
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Fire Marshal seeks information on Carr Lane fires
The Kitsap County Fire Marshal's office and South Kitsap Fire and Rescue (SKF&R) are seeking information about a series of fires set at Port Orchard Church of Christ's live nativity set on Carr Lane SE in Port Orchard.
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Recycle fluorescent, CFL & HID lights in Kitsap County at no charge
Kitsap County residents and businesses can now recycle fluorescent lights and other mercury-containing lights at no charge as part of the state’s product stewardship program called LightRecycle Washington. Washington State law makes it illegal to throw away mercury-containing lights in the garbage as it accumulates in the environment and can be harmful to human health.
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Holiday changes to solid and hazardous waste facilities and services
The Labor Day holiday (September 7) will result in several changes for recycling and garbage services. Follow the link below for details.
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Community meetings explore Complete Streets and West Kingston bridge projects
Community meetings in Kingston will explore the downtown core Complete Streets project, salmon recovery efforts and plans for the West Kingston bridge construction. The Kingston Community Open House wraps up the month, bringing together dozens of local non-profit organizations, programs and projects to share information with residents and provide an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about what’s happening in the greater Kingston area.
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Applications open to participate in Kingston Community Open House September 29
Applications are now open for non-profit, service and governmental organizations in the greater Kingston area that wish to participate in the annual Kingston Community Open House, hosted by the Kingston Citizens Advisory Council, scheduled to take place 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, September 29, 2015 in the Kingston Middle School Commons. The middle school is located at 9000 NE West Kingston Road.
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Serving on county advisory groups gives citizens a voice
Kitsap County residents have the opportunity to express their diverse viewpoints, participate in local government and provide review and input to the Board of County Commissioners by serving as representatives on county advisory groups. These volunteer groups of involved citizens provide Commissioners with a broad-based well of diversity, talent, knowledge and skills to tap into.
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