Poulsbo City Council

Aerial shot of the city-owned property on Iverson Street in Poulsbo. Public Works is in the midst of moving its operations from this site to its new location on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo

Poulsbo Council discuss options for city-owned property on Iverson

Public Works in process of moving to new site on Viking Ave.

 

Poulsbo Public Works will soon be moving to its new property on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo

Generator to be designed for new Public Works building

Poulsbo also receives $75k grant for housing

 

Construction progress of the Blue Heron Glen housing development plat. Courtesy Photos

Poulsbo OKs over 100 lots for southeast part of city

The Poulsbo City Council approved two nearby housing development plats Wednesday, one for Noll Terrace and the other for Blue Heron Glen, providing more than… Continue reading

Construction progress of the Blue Heron Glen housing development plat. Courtesy Photos
Most of the Poulsbo City Council met in-person for the first time in over two years. Courtesy Photo
Most of the Poulsbo City Council met in-person for the first time in over two years. Courtesy Photo
The Poulsbo City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting Tuesday to discuss the city’s plans for population and employment growth. Courtesy Photo

Poulsbo discusses population, employment growth

The Poulsbo City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting Tuesday to discuss population and employment growth, two issues the city and wider Kitsap… Continue reading

The Poulsbo City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting Tuesday to discuss the city’s plans for population and employment growth. Courtesy Photo
One of the parking spots on Front Street that will be designated for short-term parking and loading areas for nearby businesses. Courtesy Photos

3 downtown spots to be short-term loading areas

Council also approves new contract with Poulsbo police

One of the parking spots on Front Street that will be designated for short-term parking and loading areas for nearby businesses. Courtesy Photos
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Ex-BI assistant fire chief to help improve Poulsbo’s emergency plans

The Poulsbo City Council approved Wednesday to have an outside expert help update and identify areas of improvement for the city’s Comprehensive Emergency Management and… Continue reading

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The Poulsbo City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting to discuss the 2024 Comprehensive Plan. Courtesy Photo
The Poulsbo City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting to discuss the 2024 Comprehensive Plan. Courtesy Photo
The initial phase of Rotary Morrow Community Park near Noll Road consisted of clearing, grading and installation of gravel trails. Courtesy Photos

Morrow Park’s Phase 1 done; Viking Fest planned for May

Transportation Benefit District, ‘we go round’ coming

The initial phase of Rotary Morrow Community Park near Noll Road consisted of clearing, grading and installation of gravel trails. Courtesy Photos
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Poulsbo, Housing Kitsap combine on Nordic Cottage project

The Poulsbo City Council Wednesday approved an agreement with Housing Kitsap to provide management services for the Nordic Cottage project on Lincoln Road. In 2020,… Continue reading

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Nine local “Healthcare Heroes” were recently recognized by the Poulsbo City Council for their various efforts during the COVID pandemic. Courtesy photo

Local ‘Healthcare Heroes’ recognized by Poulsbo council

It also approves $10k of ARPA funding for COVID tests for small businesses

Nine local “Healthcare Heroes” were recently recognized by the Poulsbo City Council for their various efforts during the COVID pandemic. Courtesy photo
Safety continues to be a concern at the Highway 305/Johnson Parkway roundabout construction project, where four vehicle-injury collisions have occurred since June. Courtesy photo

305 roundabout concern – 4 injury accidents since June

Poulsbo leaders are concerned about four injury accidents since June, including one fatal, at the Highway 305/Johnson Parkway roundabout project. The most recent one on… Continue reading

Safety continues to be a concern at the Highway 305/Johnson Parkway roundabout construction project, where four vehicle-injury collisions have occurred since June. Courtesy photo
Outlined in green is the 1.32-acre lot donated to Poulsbo that will be added to Fish Park. The park will now total about 44 acres. Courtesy photo

Properties donated to Poulsbo; 1 will add to Fish Park

At its meeting last week, the Poulsbo City Council approved two donations of property - one that will add onto Fish Park and the other… Continue reading

Outlined in green is the 1.32-acre lot donated to Poulsbo that will be added to Fish Park. The park will now total about 44 acres. Courtesy photo
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Burrata Bistro in downtown Poulsbo provides outdoor seating in public right of ways through the city’s Summer Fair program.

Poulsbo OKs Summer Fair extention through ‘22

Council also approves car tab fees for neighborhood streets

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Burrata Bistro in downtown Poulsbo provides outdoor seating in public right of ways through the city’s Summer Fair program.
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Poulsbo considers Transportation Benefit District

Car tab fees would be used to fix neighborhood streets

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The site on Viking Avenue where Poulsbo public works is relocating its facilities. Courtesy photo

Poulsbo Public Works relocation in progress

At last week’s Poulsbo City Council meeting, the Public Works Department presented its modified requests for the 2021-22 mid-biennial budget amendment and the 2022-27 Capital… Continue reading

The site on Viking Avenue where Poulsbo public works is relocating its facilities. Courtesy photo
The second-floor green roof at Poulsbo City Hall is overgrown with weeds. Courtesy photo

Poulsbo discusses public patio on City Hall roof

Roof overgrown with weeds; difficult for maintenance to access

The second-floor green roof at Poulsbo City Hall is overgrown with weeds. Courtesy photo
Map view of Strickland property. Courtesy photo

City of Poulsbo looking to buy resident’s property next to PERC site

Ellen Strickland wants to sell her property to city instead of developers

Map view of Strickland property. Courtesy photo
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Poulsbo approves funds for emergency rental assistance

‘They’re an eyelash away from homelessness if we don’t help.’

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