Stormwater open houses coming in South and Central Kitsap

PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap County Public Works Stormwater Division will be hosting three open houses in South and Central Kitsap over the next week.

All of the events run from 4:30-7 p.m.

The events are at the following locations:

Tuesday, June 13

Bob Oke Community Room

Long Lake Community Park

5100 Long Lake Road SE in Port Orchard

Wednesday, June 14

Seabeck Conference Center

13395 Lagoon Drive NW in Seabeck

Thursday, June 15

Burley Community Hall

14853 Burley Ave. SE in Burley

Stormwater Division staff will be available to answer questions or address concerns about stormwater drainage or flooding issues on or near your property.

Contact Eva Crim, Water Quality program manager, at 360-337-7066 or ecrim@co.kitsap.wa.us for more information about the events.

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