Port of Poulsbo

Port of Poulsbo application deadline for open commissioner seat is Aug. 7

Prospective candidates are expected to be interviewed on Aug. 20

 

Port of Poulsbo officials discuss reopening

POULSBO — The Port of Poulsbo discussed its phased-in reopening at a commissioner’s meeting last Thursday, which would see the port follow along with the… Continue reading

 

Port of Poulsbo staff self-quarantine after coming into contact with COVID-19

The Port of Poulsbo offices closed Tuesday after two employees were reported to have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.… Continue reading

 

Frosty Winterfest 2020 (courtesy of Port of Poulsbo)

Frosty Winterfest is sure to warm up your weekend

Beat the wintery cold this coming weekend as the Port of Poulsbo kicks off Frosty Winterfest 2020. The weekend-long event offers a buy-one-get-one deal on… Continue reading

Frosty Winterfest 2020 (courtesy of Port of Poulsbo)

Lighted Ships Parade celebrates 50 years

As night fell along the shores of Liberty Bay on Saturday Dec. 14, crowds of families braved the cold to partake in a tradition dating… Continue reading

Poulsbo’s Julefest draws a crowd

The Vikings came ashore once again and took over downtown Poulsbo for the Viking City’s annual Julefest Celebration. On Saturday the St. Lucia Bride was… Continue reading

Poulsbo Lighted Ships Parade celebrates 50 Years

The City of Poulsbo and Mayor Becky Erickson have declared Dec. 14, “Poulsbo Yacht Club Lighted Ships Parade Day,” in honor of the 50 years… Continue reading

December developments on Poulsbo’s waterfront

Wow… does time truly fly! This is Scuttlebutt number 60, and the Port of Poulsbo is most appreciative to Sound Publishing and the North Kitsap… Continue reading

Gallery | Downtown Poulsbo lights up for the holidays

Santa’s elves were busy helping the Downtown Poulsbo Historical Association decorate for the Holidays. Here a few photos of the Viking City all lit up… Continue reading

Bosnian family returning to Poulsbo for holidays

After fleeing Bosnia in the 1990s the Durakovic family will return to Poulsbo for the holidays

Election 2019 | Get to know the candidates for North Kitsap port commissions

Five candidates have thrown their hats into the ring hoping to serve on port commissions throughout North Kitsap, but in a strange turn of events,… Continue reading

League of Women Voters hosts candidate night for North Kitsap voters

The League of Women Voters Kitsap hosted a candidate forum at Poulsbo City Hall Monday evening, offering folks a chance to ask questions of the… Continue reading

Lost boater prompts hefty response on Liberty Bay

Multiple agencies, including a Coast Guard helicopter, responded to the report

Port of Poulsbo looks to acquire free Elliott Bay Marina dock

Agreement between the port and marina in the process of being drafted

Dredging for options | Words From The Watefront

The Port of Poulsbo is currently in the process of rethinking the long-planned capital improvement project that would not only replace the failing vertical piling… Continue reading

Gallery | Poulsbo gets a lesson on boating safety

POULSBO — Cloud breaks turned what initially seemed to be a dreary day in Poulsbo, into a partially sunny afternoon, perfect for walking the docks… Continue reading

The Scuttlebutt: Port leadership reorganized

Forty knot winds on Liberty Bay? So… where are all the “real” sailors? Guest moorage continues to fill each weekend with yacht club and other… Continue reading

Port of Poulsbo executive director resigns

POULSBO — Brad Miller, the Port of Poulsbo’s executive director, offered his resignation on Monday, March 26 following a port commission decision to eliminate his… Continue reading

Introducing new Port Commissioner Jonothan Saunders | The Scuttlebutt

The port scene has been relatively quiet these last two months. There were no meetings of the Port Commission in December; the next meeting will… Continue reading

Aquaculture could improve Liberty Bay water quality | The Scuttlebutt

That Liberty Bay’s water quality has suffered deterioration over the years is beyond debate. The port has cooperated with concerned residents and boaters, and worked… Continue reading