Kitsap Mall to close Monday night through April 5

Mall restaurants, other retailers may be open at various hours for essential services

As the ever-changing COVID-19 outbreak continues, the Kitsap Mall announced that it would be temporarily suspending its hours starting tonight at 7 p.m. and will reopen Monday, April 6.

“Please check with our center’s restaurants or other service retailers as they may be open at various hours to provide essential services for Silverdale and its surrounding neighborhoods,” a statement reads on the Kitsap Mall website. “Our management teams will continue to work together and closely monitor this situation, adhere to national guidelines, and partner with local health officials to make decisions that are in the best interest of our communities.”

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