Grand reopening for Anderson Parkway March 8

Anderson Parkway is paved Wednesday. The parkway will reopen for parking Saturday.    - Kipp Robertson / Herald
Anderson Parkway is paved Wednesday. The parkway will reopen for parking Saturday.
— image credit: Kipp Robertson / Herald

POULSBO — Anderson Parkway is expected to reopen Saturday at 5 p.m.

The grand reopening of the parkway is scheduled for March 8, according to Kelle Kitchel-Cooper of The RockFish Group, which is assisting the city and the Historic Downtown Poulsbo Association with public outreach.

“The mayor and city team will be present and members of the community, HDPA, [and] City Council will be on had for a ribbon cutting at noon,” Kitchel-Cooper wrote in an email.

To come in March: Installation of lights and striping, although the parkway will be open for parking. The project will be signed off by April 2.

The parkway surface consists of 3 inches of permeable asphalt atop 4 inches of crushed rock. Bioswales and raingardens will filter pollutants from stormwater. The parkway will feature 195 parking spaces, two pedestrian crossings, new sidewalks and decorative light standards.



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