Kitsap County Public Works
Kitsap County Public Works strives to be a
recognized leader in the delivery of Public Works services. It is our
mission to plan, maintain, operate and construct public works facilities
for the citizens of Kitsap County in a courteous, cost effective and
Chip Seal Information
When chip seal resurfacing is applied to a roadway, loose gravel is
inherent on the roadway surface for a few days, and up to a couple of
weeks following application. This allows the underlying oil to
completely cure before redundant aggregate is swept up.
Sweeping typically occurs 2-3 days following application, and again
within 2 weeks, as necessary. It is County practice to reopen roadways
immediately following application to lessen inconvenience to the
travelling public. General traffic flow also enhances the performance of
the application through additional kneading of aggregate into the
It is incumbent on the motorist to use caution when traversing these
work zones to minimize flying rock or loss of vehicle control until
loose aggregate is removed. Roadways with regulated speeds of greater
than 30 MPH are typically signed for reduced travel speeds (<25 MPH), no
passing, loose gravel and motorcycles use caution. Motorists should
adhere to sign postings, but in all circumstances, should reduce speeds,
maintain suitable following distances, minimize abrupt braking, and
should refrain from spinning tires. It should also be understood that
traffic fines double within posted work zones. Click
here to read more about our chip sealing program.
Road Delays and Detours
here to go to The Road Report)
Capital Facilities Six-Year Plans 2017 through 2022
Everyday Kitsap - Caring about your every day
rain gardens to food waste and money saving tips, this edition of
Everyday Kitsap is full of great ideas, tricks and information on how
Kitsap County public works is caring about your every day, and what you
can do to help.
Summer Employment Program
Need to earn money for college?
Consider Kitsap County Public Works' Summer Employment Program.
Each summer, we hire college students interested in developing
employment skills while pursuing their education and career
goals. We provide interesting and valuable work experiences
benefiting Kitsap County citizens through quality service in
planning, maintaining, and operating Public Works facilities.
Have questions? Need help? Call Kitsap1
Kitsap1 is your first stop for government services. You can call 360.337.5777
(M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) or submit an comment or request
Public Works: Divisions and Areas of Responsibility
ORGANIZATION CHART (Adobe Acrobat PDF)
Kitsap County Public Works