Poulsbo City Council

Forest Rock Lane pavement preservation project completed

The pavement preservation project on Forest Rock Lane in Poulsbo was completed Aug. 29 and came in nearly $25,000 under budget. The project began on… Continue reading


City will accept applications for Poulsbo City Council Position 7 from Dec. 15 to Jan. 15

POULSBO — Poulsbo city officials will accept applications for City Council Position 7 between Dec. 15 and Jan. 16, with a new council member appointed… Continue reading


Bukowsky will not accept Poulsbo City Council position

POULSBO – John R. Bukowsky has decided to not accept the Poulsbo City Council position to which he was elected on Nov. 7. That’s according… Continue reading


Poulsbo adjusts public records fees, raises property tax levy | Updated

Editor’s note: This version corrects the amount of the 2018 property tax levy in the fifth paragraph. The adjusted levy is lower than originally reported… Continue reading

Watch the Poulsbo City Council Position 7 candidates forum here

POULSBO — The North Kitsap Herald and KitsapDailyNews.com hosted a candidates forum featuring the write-in candidates for Poulsbo City Council, Position 7, Oct. 30 in… Continue reading

Q&A: Poulsbo City Council write-in candidate Abby Garland

POULSBO — Abby Garland is a write-in candidate for a position on the Poulsbo City Council in the Nov. 7 general election. She’s the only… Continue reading

Ida’s fountain: Residents renew a tribute to an individual’s caring and compassion for others

POULSBO — A group of Poulsbo residents wants to restore a fountain honoring Ida A. Knudson as a reminder of the city’s appreciation for its… Continue reading

An honoring of elders: City pays tribute to Jim Henry, Bob George

POULSBO — The Poulsbo City Council and Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman honored two respected elders at the Sept. 6 Poulsbo City Council meeting: Suquamish… Continue reading

Very used dock, low-mileage truck, among city surplus items up for bid

POULSBO — Looking for four black softball helmets? How about a crate of slightly used softballs or two water launchers? Then there’s a well-used boat… Continue reading

Poulsbo buying nine new vehicles; cost $460,000

POULSBO — Poulsbo residents can expect soon to see new city police vehicles appearing on the streets — and in their rearview mirrors. The Poulsbo… Continue reading

After years of effort, flood-prone house coming down

POULSBO — A flood-prone house next to Dogfish Creek will soon be gone. Workers from KCB Environmental were hard at work Aug. 7 removing asbestos… Continue reading

That steampunk slingshot dragster is Poulsbo’s crack sealer | The Poulsbo Beat

POULSBO — There’s a lot to report on from Poulsbo City Hall. To begin with, there’s what’s happening on the streets of Poulsbo — literally.… Continue reading

Poulsbo, Coffee Oasis team up to provide transitional housing for women

POULSBO — The Coffee Oasis and the City of Poulsbo are entering into an agreement that solves two problems in one. The Coffee Oasis, a… Continue reading

Restore the Poulsbo Police Advisory Board | In Our Opinion

Poulsbo’s Police Advisory Board was established in December 1991 and was, for 23 years, an avenue of communication between the police department and the public.… Continue reading

Henry reflects on his long career in city service

Poulsbo City Council member is retiring, but will stay on as city’s liaison to the Suquamish Tribe