Stormwater open house for Harper community June 7

PORT ORCHARD — Have questions about stormwater drainage or flooding issues?

Kitsap County Public Works’s Stormwater Division will give Harper/South Colby residents a chance to ask questions at a stormwater open house June 7 at the South Colby Methodist Church.

The open house will run from 4:30 to p.m. at the church, 2881 Harvey St. SE in Port Orchard.

Stormwater Division staff will be on site to hear about concerns or questions regarding stormwater drainage or flooding issues on or near residents’ property. Brochures and resources also will be made available to attendees.

Those who live in South Kitsap but are unable to attend the event can attend two additional open houses this month. Visit the link at http://bit.ly/stormwateropenhouse for details.

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