Citizens needed on county advisory committees

Applications currently open

Many organizations across Kitsap County are seeking to fill spots on advisory groups to improve neighborhoods, provide input on policy and expand local programs, county officials said in a recent press release.

Applications are currently open for the following boards, committees and councils:

  • Board of Equalization – North, Central and South Kitsap Representatives
  • Commission on Children and Youth – At-Large, Business, Military, Tribal, Youth from Central Kitsap, Bremerton and North Kitsap school districts
  • Council for Human Rights – District 1 (North Kitsap)
  • Fair Board – Security Director
  • Grant Recommendation Committee for Capital Projects – North & Central Kitsap Representatives
  • Kingston Citizens Advisory Council – At-Large Representative
  • Manchester Citizens Advisory Council – California and Nebraska Neighborhoods Representatives
  • Non-Motorized Facilities Citizens Advisory Committee – At-Large Representative
  • Parks Advisory Board – District 2 (South Kitsap) Representative
  • Suquamish Citizens Advisory Committee – At-Large Representatives
  • Veterans Advisory Board – At-Large Representative
  • Washington State Ferries Advisory Committees – Bainbridge Island route

More information about the advisory groups, open positions and the online application are available at Kitsap County Volunteer Service, 360-337-4650 or

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