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Kitsap County Public Works
Department of Public Works
614 Division Street, Port Orchard, WA  MS-26
Phone:(360)337-5777 * Fax:(360)337-4867






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Bicycle Routes - Look for the Signs

Bicycle wheel in grassRoute 31 - Begins at the north end of Kitsap Way at the Bremerton City limits. Bremerton does have some bike route signs up, but not really associated with our effort yet. The Route travels north on Chico Way to Newberry Hill at which point it turns right onto Newberry Hill/Silverdale Way. It ends at Byron in Silverdale. Route 31 picks back up at the north end of Silverdale after the Waaga Way overpass and runs north and continues along Viking Way when Silverdale Way ends. This route ends at the Poulsbo City Limit. This route is currently marked with signs.

Route 37 - Begins at the County border with Pierce County on Bethel Burley Road. It runs north to SR 16 and continues along Bethel Road to its terminus at SR 160 (Sedgwick). It ends here due to the lack of shoulder width north of the intersection.  This route is also already marked with signs.

Route 25 - Begins on Sedgwick just west of Sidney at the Port Orchard city limit. The route runs southwest along Glenwood and turns at Lake Flora continuing along Glenwood and ends at JH Road. This route ends due to shoulder width restrictions south of JH Road.

The Kitsap County Bicycles Facilities Plan encourages the use of non-motorized transportation by linking population centers and highly used destinations. Additionally, it provides for connecting to and between recreational facilities.

Microsoft Research: MapCruncher
Microsoft uses their Virtual Earth application to overlay areas in Washington where bicycle enthusiasts can find everything they need along a bicycle route.

Related projects:

Clear Creek Bike Trail is a bicycle and pedestrian trail connecting the Silverdale commercial/employment center with large residential communities and links to the Clear Creek Pedestrian Trail and the Rotary Skateboard Park. The project was completed in 2005.

The Mosquito Fleet Trail Plan identifies a 113-mile hike and bike (roadside) route along the eastern shore of the Kitsap Peninsula and Bainbridge Island that highlights the historical background of the area's waterways and harbors.

Other Links:

Staff Contact:
David Forte, Transportation Planner
Phone (360) 337.7210

Kitsap County Public Works
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Updated:  January 31, 2017
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