Poulsbo Port parking lot free through January

Effort is to increase shopping downtown

The Port of Poulsbo will be offering free parking to patrons of Poulsbo shops and restaurants through Jan. 15, 2021.

Port commissioners announced that in an effort to encourage more business downtown, it will offer free parking in its lot on Jensen Way (across from Western Red Brewing) until then.

“The port does not intend for the free parking to be used by downtown residents or employees. We want to keep this open and try to encourage the visitors to Poulsbo to have a place to park,” Commissioner Mark Singer said.

Parking in the lot owned by the Port will be limited to four hours. Guests are also asked not to park in spots marked for “Live Aboard Only.”

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