Stormwater open house May 24 in Sunnyslope

SUNNYSLOPE — Kitsap County Public Works will host a stormwater open house May 24 at Sunnyslope Community Club.

The department’s stormwater division will have experts on hand from 4:30-7 p.m. to address questions or concerns about stormwater drainage or flooding issues in the area. They also will provide a variety of brochures and resources for interested residents.

The staff members also will share information about the Clean Water Kitsap program. Clean Water Kitsap is a partnership program between Kitsap County Public Works, Kitsap Public Health District, Kitsap Conservation District and WSU Extension. The agencies work together to identify and reduce sources of pollution, provide technical assistance for a variety of best management practices related to septic systems, livestock manure management, rain gardens, and more, according to event sponsors.

The Sunnyslope open house is one of several planned for Kitsap County locations during May and June. Those sites can be found at http://bit.ly/stormopenhouse.

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