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December Holiday Closures
City offices will be closed on:
  • Monday, December 25, Christmas
City of Poulsbo Public Works department collects garbage during ALL holidays including: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Bainbridge Disposal will also collect recycling during all holidays. There will be no change to your scheduled garbage pickup day during holidays.
Tuba Christmas

Hip Hop Hoop Basketball Tournament

Its a Grand Day for...

Winter Volleyball Clinic

NKHS Sail Racing Team

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December 2017 E-Newsletter 
Update on Improvements at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park
Newly Installed Restrooms

The Waterfront Park has been under construction this fall, making much needed park improvements and enhancements at Poulsbo's iconic park. Poulsbo Public Works and other contractors have worked hard in sometimes nasty weather to get the project done.

The support posts on the pavilion have been replaced, and some of the railing has been removed so that watching performers on the pavilion becomes more enjoyable. The pavilion also has a new roof and a walkway that allows people to walk right onto the pavilion on the east side.  The concrete "sitting posts" have been removed from the front of the pavilion, and 10 new brown benches are being installed. These benches are sponsored by individuals or organizations in the community. If you interested in sponsoring one of the remaining benches, please call Poulsbo Parks and Recreation at 360-394-9772.

The new bathroom was trucked into Poulsbo on November 20. In addition to the men's and women's areas, the building has a family restroom. The building colors match other buildings in the downtown waterfront corridor. New concrete sidewalks are also being installed, getting rid of the chunky asphalt.

Most of the work will be completed in December, just in time to enjoy walking the waterfront and seeing the winter birds. C'mon down to see the changes!
Pavilion Reroof Project

Volunteer Opening: Poulsbo Tree Board
The Poulsbo Tree Board has an opening in January 2018. This board meets on the 2nd Monday of every other month, 7pm, beginning with January.

The Poulsbo Tree Board was established in 1997 to advise and educate the Mayor, City Council, and citizens on issues pertaining to trees in the city. This includes the promoting of responsible planting of trees on public and private property; promoting public education and proper tree maintenance of trees; advocating trees within the city; and providing for aesthetics within the city through the formulation and implementation of tree programs; developing innovative and joint funding for tree projects from a variety of sources.

If you are interested in serving on the Tree Board, please submit a completed application to the City Clerk, 200 NE Moe Street, Poulsbo, Washington 98370. Applicants must reside within the city limits of Poulsbo.
Holiday Gift Ideas

Winter Holiday Camps

Daddy Daughter Dance

Snow Route Removal Plan
As a reminder, when the snow starts to fall, the City will focus on snow removal based on its Snow Route Removal Plan.

The City will concentrate at the outset of an event on keeping the primary roads open to traffic. As the weather allows and as the crew gets caught up, the secondary roads will be plowed. As a reminder, the City does not plow or maintain private roads.

For any questions or information regarding snow removal routs, please call Public Works at 360-779-4078.