Kitsap County and the city of Bremerton are seeking input on a proposed shared-use trail connecting central and south Kitsap.
An open house is being held next Tuesday in Bremerton to give people a chance to learn about a feasibility study currently underway for a 3.1 mile shared-use trail that would connect Jarstad Park in south Kitsap, to Kitsap Lake Road in north Kitsap, according to a press release from the city of Bremerton.
City and county staff will provide an overview of the study, share work study materials and take public comments. Anyone interested is invited to attend.
the goal of the feasibility study is to “examine possible trail alignments, environmental concerns, design and constructability, operational constraints, and estimated costs associated with constructing a trail,” the press release states. If it’s built, the bicycle and pedestrian trail would serve as a non-motorized corridor connecting centeral and south Kitsap.
More information about the project is available at http://bit.ly/JarstadTrail.
7 p.m. Jan. 17
City of Bremerton Public Works Building
100 Oyster Bay Avenue N, Bremerton
Featured Image Courtesy of Kitsap County