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Parkway update: Full closure Feb. 25 to March 2 for final grading, paving

To stay on top of the Anderson Parkway project, go to www.historicdowntownpoulsbo.com,www.rockfishgroup.com/hdpa, and https://twitter.com/PoulsboDowntown.            - RockFish Group
To stay on top of the Anderson Parkway project, go to www.historicdowntownpoulsbo.com,www.rockfishgroup.com/hdpa, and https://twitter.com/PoulsboDowntown.
— image credit: RockFish Group

POULSBO — Anderson Parkway will be closed to all parking for final grading and paving Feb. 25 to on or before March 2, 5 p.m.

The Antique Mall will be open during that time, accessible via a path to the front door.

As of Thursday, the Anderson Parkway project is on schedule.

The RockFish Group, in conjunction with the City of Poulsbo, has identified alternative free-parking areas, and signs are in place identifying parking locations. Look for the Norseman signs as well as blue (P) signs.

Among the free parking sites available downtown:
— Along Front Street.
— Queen Sonia Vei parking lot next to the Poulsbo Marine Science Center.
— City Hall, 200 NE Moe St., Poulsbo. There are approximately 70 parking spaces. 
— Along Moe Street.
— King Olav parking lot, 19000 block of Front Street NE. Approximately 112 spaces, with easy pedestrian access to Jensen Way and Front Street.
— Along Jensen Way. Approx-imately 64 on-street parking spaces on Jensen between Front Street and 3rd Avenue, where the Poulsbo Place neighborhood begins.
— Port of Poulsbo-owned parking lot in the 19000 block of Jensen Way. Fifty-fix parking spaces. The port is not charging for parking in February. 
— The old city hall, 19050 Jensen Way. Twenty-five parking spaces.
— The old police station at 367 NE Hostmark St. Approximately 16 parking spaces are available.

 

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