Poulsbo McDonald’s will be demolished to make room for new McDonald’s

  • Friday, March 15, 2019 10:47am
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In a notice sent out this morning, the City of Poulsbo Planning and Economic Development Department stated that the existing McDonald’s along Viking Avenue NW will be demolished and replaced by a new McDonald’s.

“The proposed project is to demolish the existing 5,052 square feet restaurant, drive-through, parking and associated utilities; and construct a new 4,806 square feet McDonald’s with drive-through lanes, parking landscaping and utilities,” Reads the statement from the PED.

Included in the plan are boundary line adjustments to accomodate redevlopment of the site.

A complete case file and conditions of approval may be examined at the Planning and Economic Development Department, located in Poulsbo City Hall at 200 NE Moe Street.

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