Kitsap County is providing this public notice
that the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Port Gamble
Redevelopment Project: Performance Based Development (PBD) is available for
review and comment. The intent of the Draft EIS is to address potential impacts and
mitigation at a project level, conducting an analysis of the elements of the
natural environment, land use,
aesthetics, historic resources and traffic/transportation in the project
area. The proposal includes three alternatives in the DEIS.
Consistent with SEPA rules, the County is conducting a 30-day comment
period on the Draft EIS from September 17, 2019 to 5 p.m. October 18, 2019. All
responses to comments, clarifications and corrections will be included in and
considered for the Final EIS and analysis of the Preferred Alternative.
The Bridletree neighborhood requested a ‘no-shooting’ area designation as code allows (see KCC Sections 10.25.010 – 10.25.040 at No-Shooting Areas - County Code ). The petition for the designation achieved a greater than 50% certification by the County Auditor’s Office and was approved by the Kitsap Board of County Commissioners by resolution on April 22, 2019. On May 13, 2019 the Board approved the ordinance that designates Bridletree neighborhood as a no-shooting area to be identified in KCC 10.25.020.
Final Bridletree Ordinance
Bridletree Parcels No-Shooting Map
Kitsap County No-Shooting Areas Map
If there are any questions, please contact Scott Diener, Manager, Development Services and Engineering at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-337-5777.
Kitsap County needs your help to streamline the
requirements for what can be built in your neighborhood and the process to
obtain approval to build. Do you want to see a coffee shop or grocery store in
your neighborhood? What about a factory or tavern next door to your home? Some
things are compatible, some are not. We want to understand where you feel
housing, businesses, and services should be built across the county. Your feedback will help the Department of
Community Development draft proposed changes for further review later this
This May 2019 story map "European Green Crab in the Puget Sound" shows how a broad collaboration of volunteers, agencies, and tribes is working together to keep invasive European green crabs at bay in Washington state. The story map was produced by the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound and the Puget Sound Institute in collaboration with the Washington Sea Grant Crab Team.
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