KITSAP COUNTY PARKS | Jim Dunwiddie, Director  
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614 Division St MS-1, Port Orchard, WA  98366  Office:1195 NW Fairgrounds Rd, Bremerton
Phone: (360) 337-5350 | Fax: (360) 337-5385

 

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“The Kitsap County Park Volunteer program is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and restoring the natural and cultural resources within Kitsap County Parks for current and future generations. Volunteers are encouraged to work as a team with the Kitsap County Parks Department to contribute to the quality of the parks, facilities, and programs that serve our entire community.”
For more information regarding Stewardship/Volunteer Committees, please contact Lori Raymaker at 360.337.5372  
 
September 20016 - South Kitsap Regional Park
   
Thanks to Boy Scout Pack 4528 of Olalla and local geocachers for participating in a “Cache In / Trash Out” event at South Kitsap Regional Park, which removed between 350 and 400 pounds of litter from the park! Way To Go!! 
  September 2016
Point No Point Park


 Thank you to the volunteers of BSNE Mat det Bangor (Grant, Kellen, Laurin, Charles, Zach 1, and Zach 2) for building a beautiful new fence at Point No Point Park!
     
May 2016 - Newberry Hill Heritage Park 
   
Thanks to Olympic College students, volunteer stewards, and staff for putting together this fence! Newberry Hill stewards reroute a section of Coyote Loop Trail that was causing erosion and delivering silt to Little Anderson creek for the past 50 or so years.  
May 2016 - Banner Forest Heritage Park
     
Banner Forest Work Party – Thank you Stewardship Volunteers! We moved all the gravel and capped the wetland turnpike in less than 2 hours! We couldn’t have done it without you. You Rock!
February 2016 
 
The Kitsap County Parks Department would like to express their sincere appreciation for the efforts of members of the USS Nimitz. Recently, nine volunteer crews, consisting of 117 men and women, provided 521 hours of volunteer service to our community. Projects included removal of non-native invasive vegetation, trail maintenance, planting of trees and native vegetation, refurbishing a parking area, renovating a baseball field, clearing downed trees and branches from a disc golf course, and general park cleanup. These folks were remarkable representatives of the USS Nimitz! The park stewardship volunteers and park staff who led the projects, were very impressed by the work ethics, professionalism and attitudes of the crews. 
July 2015 Hansville Greenway Park
   
Thank you to the Hansville Greenway Stewardship Committee for you making the Greenway Trails safer for our park visitors!
June 26, 2015 National Day of Caring - Howe Farm Park
   
Thank you to the Chiropractic Lifestyle Center, Manchester Elementary Youth United, and the Howe Farm Stewardship Groups for their help at Howe Farm Park for the National Day of Caring 
May 2015 at Anderson Landing Preserve Park
Thanks to Marine Corps Security Force Battalion Alpha Company, our new adopt-a-park group for Anderson Landing Park. You guys are doing a fabulous job!
May 19, 2015 at Norwegian Point Park
   
Thank you to the volunteers who helped install the new spit rail at Norwegian Point Park.
July 12, 2014 at Long Lake Park
Girl Scout Troop 44240 has adopted Long Lake Park. Their first job was to pull weeds at the playground, which wasn’t any easy task in the 90 degree heat! Thanks girls for a job well done! 
June 27, 2014 - United Way Day of Caring
at Kitsap County Fairgrounds & Parks
Thank you to all of the hardworking volunteers at the United Way Day of Caring, held on Friday, June 27. Volunteers worked all over the county on many projects. The Kitsap County Parks Department wants to thank those who helped at the Fairgrounds, and surrounding county parks. The Fairgrounds had 32 volunteers from Haselwood Auto Group, Kitsap Credit Union and Bremerton High School Key Club who helped get the Fairgrounds ready for the Fair by painting benches and picnic tables; putting together 3 donated benches, and weeding the garden bed at the parks office. 

The volunteers at our parks worked at the Hansville Greenway, Newberry Hill Heritage Park, and Howe Farm. Projects included graveling trails, restoring a wetland, and removing invasive weeds.

Thanks again to everyone who came out to help our Parks!
January 2014 at Various Kitsap County Parks
The Kitsap County Parks department would like to thank all of our volunteer crews throughout the County who are keeping our trails open after winter storms. These photos are from the Hansville Greenway. 
 
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For more information regarding Stewardship/Volunteer Committees,
please contact
Lori Raymaker at 360.337.5372
 
Last Updated:  September 23, 2016

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Phone: 360.337.5350
Fax: 360.337.5385
parks@co.kitsap.wa.us

Office Location:
1195 NW Fairgrounds Rd, Bremerton, WA 98311

Mailing Address:

614 Division St, MS-1
Port Orchard, WA 98366

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