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November Holiday Closures
City offices will be closed on:
  • Friday, November 10, Veterans Day
  • Thursday and Friday, November 23 and 24 for Thanksgiving.
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.
Daffodil Planting Day

Food Drive
The City of Poulsbo will be holding their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive from 11/1 - 11/15. If you would like to participate, donation drop off points are located at the main City Hall at 200 NE Moe Street or the Parks & Recreations building located at 19540 Front Street.
Items the food bank can use:
· Turkeys and Hams
· Store bought Thanksgiving fixings
· Boxed Meals
· Coffee
· Rice                            
· Boxed Cereal
· Tuna and meats
· Canned Fruits/Veggies
· Beans
· Pies (frozen)
· Soup
· Baby formula
· Hand Soap
· Peanut butter
· Trail Mix/Granola Bars
· Cranberries
· Commercial jams or jellies
· Toilet paper
· Eggs
· Laundry soap
· Shampoo, conditioner
· Deodorant
· Toothpaste
· Toothbrushes
· Toilet Paper
Land Division Ordinance Update
The Planning and Economic Development Department (PED) has drafted an update to the Land Division Ordinance (PMC Title 17). The City encourages all interested parties to review the 2017 Land Subdivision Ordinance Update, and attend any or all of the scheduled workshops.  The Planning Commission modified draft as well as workshop and public hearing dates can be located on the City's webpage.
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Public Surplus
New items have been posted to the City's surplus auction site this month. Please click  here to see our current listings which include vehicles, office equipment, and mobile generators.
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November 2017 E-Newsletter 
Snow Route Removal Plan

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.
NK Fishline Food Drive

Kitsap Salmon Tours

North Kitsap Lacrosse

Winter Basketball League

Community Tree Lighting