Public input sought on planning for Old Town Silverdale

  • Friday, June 1, 2018 2:40pm
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SILVERDALE — Kitsap County and the Port of Silverdale are each planning several projects within the Old Town Silverdale area. Community members are invited to provide input. A public survey is available online through June.

Kitsap County Public Works plans to improve the function and look of the pump station adjacent to the Silverdale Waterfront Park and Port properties. The Port of Silverdale is updating its Comprehensive Plan.

Both agencies seek input on what people would like to see their Old Town Silverdale waterfront look like far into the future.

This survey is one of many opportunities to contribute ideas and share priorities to help guide planning efforts. Input from facility users, visitors, residents, business owners and employees is important and welcome.

You can take the survey atsurveymonkey.com/r/oldtownsilverdale, the will be open until June 30.

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