Bethel-Sedgwick project survey closing March 15

Citizen feedback will help shape study’s recommendations.

PORT ORCHARD — The City of Port Orchard’s Bethel and Sedgwick Road survey closes on March 15.

City officials are seeking citizen input about a proposed project that would help alleviate congestion in this major Port Orchard-area arterial. The survey can be accessed at

Opinions provided by citizens will help city officials shape and refine the study recommendations.

A draft plan is to be presented to the Port Orchard City Council at a public meeting in May.

In addition to a compilation of survey results, thoughts, concerns and ideas for both Bethel and Sedgwick roads also can be sent to the city at

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