The event is scheduled to take place 4-7 p.m. Thursday, September 20 in the Village Green CommunityCenter, located at 26159 Dulay Road NE.
Discover Kingston provides area residents, developers, businesses and others the opportunity to learn about community events, volunteer opportunities, community activities, projects and planning, and other initiatives all in one day. Contact the chair of KCAC, Beth Berglund, at email@example.com with questions.
The Kingston Citizens Advisory Council's Human Services Subcommittee will lead overviews and discussion about community efforts to address and advocate for affordable housing; an update on the new Kingston location of The Coffee Oasis, a resource and shelter for young people living homeless; and sponsoring Community Meals. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 in the Village Green Community Center. Everyone is welcome!
Join Commissioner Rob Gelder to "Walk & Talk" as he traverses through North Kitsap communities to talk about topics that are important to residents. No reservations required! "Walk & Talk" sessions are scheduled the first Saturday of the month, beginning at 9:30 a.m. sharp. For more information, including the starting points in Kingston, Hansville, Keyport, Port Gamble, Indianola, Poulsbo and Suquamish, click here.
From Kitsap County Commissioner Rob Gelder
As shared at recent Kingston Citizen Advisory Council
(KCAC) meetings, the Washington State Department of Transportation
(WSDOT) was awarded $500,000 in a state appropriation to begin review of the constraints
of State Route 104 in downtown Kington and impacts of ferry congestion on the
community. Additionally, Kitsap County was awarded a $740,000 regional
grant to begin preliminary engineering for the re-routing of highway 104 in downtown Kingston.
These funding awards compliment each other and will allow
planning efforts to determine cost estimates for construction. This is
important information WSDOT will need to seek additional funding for construction
of the re-routing project. The transportation committee of the KCAC is assisting
in the review of some low-cost solutions to downtown ferry congestion for
The update document that may be linked to here (or from the column on the right under Resources) outlines the four elements of State
Route 104 traffic circulation improvements in Kingston that are moving forward
and the timeline for planning efforts. These include:
Go to the WSDOT Highway 104 project website created for up-to-date
information as the project proceeds, and sign up there to receive meeting minutes from the Kingston Highway 104 working group.
The Kingston Citizens Advisory Council meets 7-8:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of every month, except for January and July. Meetings take place at the Village Green Community Center, 26159 Dulay Road NE (off West Kingston Road), Kingston.
The Kingston Citizens Advisory Council provides a discussion forum for community interests and issues. The Council enhances communication between Kingston-area residents and Kitsap County government, and coordinates efforts of the many council and community residents working to improve the Kingston community. KCAC members represent Kingston's broad interests, and work together to proactively address community interests and concerns.
Kitsap County Board of CommissionersResolution 030-2002 established the Kingston Citizen Advisory Council February 4, 2002
For information regarding the Kingston Citizens Advisory Council, please contact Jennifer Haro at 360-337-7080 or firstname.lastname@example.org.