For members of the public wishing to comment during regular monthly meetings with designated public comment, the following options are available. Each member of the public is limited to two minutes of Internet, call-in, or written comments. At the discretion of the meeting Chair, public comment that is overly repetitive or inappropriate (vulgar, disruptive, etc.) will be ended.
Please click on the raise hand feature. The sound will be unmuted, and the Internet participant should announce her or his name. The participant will be called upon to speak at the appropriate time.
Callers will be unmuted one at a time and asked whether the caller wishes to offer public comment. The last four digits of the call-in number will be announced, and call-in participants should announce their First and Last name before speaking.
Written comments will be read during the public comment period if submitted to email@example.com by 12 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Comments read are limited to two minutes.
To ensure written public comments are read at the proper meeting, written statement should include:
The date of the meeting the written comments are intended for;
Participant's First and Last Name and whether they live in Kitsap County; and
Agenda Item and/or subject the written comments refer to.
The MCAC currently has a vacancy for a representative of a Civic Organizations. Applications are now open. Click here for more information and the online application or contact Kitsap County Volunteer Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, (360) 337-4650.
The Manchester Citizens Advisory Committee meets the first Tuesday of each month except December (there may be exceptions - see the schedule below) at 6:30 p.m. in the Manchester Library, 8067 East Main Street.
The MCAC is currently meeting remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
**Please see meeting information above to link to remote meetings.
The Manchester Citizens Advisory Committee provides a discussion forum for community interests and issues.
The committee enhances communication between Manchester-area residents and Kitsap County government, and coordinates efforts of the many council and community residents currently working to improve the Manchester community.
MCAC members represent Manchester's broad interests, and work together to proactively address community interests and concerns.
The Kitsap County Board of Commissioners Resolution established the Manchester Citizen Advisory Committee on April 13, 2009