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Martin Luther King Jr. Day closures and changes

POULSBO — Below is a schedule of changes and closures that are expected across North Kitsap around the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday Jan. 19.

City, County and State offices:

• All Department of Licensing driver licensing offices will be closed Saturday, Jan. 17 and Monday, Jan. 19.

• Poulsbo City Hall and all city buildings will be closed.

• Poulsbo Municipal Court will be closed.

• The Poulsbo Parks and Recreation Center will be closed.

• Poulsbo Police business office will be closed. Officers will still be on duty and can be reached in an emergency by calling 911.

• Poulsbo Fire Department and North Kitsap Fire & Rescue headquarters will be closed. Emergency crews will still be on duty and can be reached in an emergency by calling 911.

• All branches of the Kitsap County Library system will be closed.

• Port of Poulsbo business office, Guest moorage and fuel service will be open.

• Port of Kingston business offices and services will be open.

Garbage and recycling:

• Kitsap County Moderate Waste Facility is closed Mondays.

• Drop boxes in Bainbridge Island, Hansville, Poulsbo, Silverdale and Olalla will be closed.

• Residential and commercial collection of garbage, recycling and debris inside Poulsbo city limits will remain on regular schedule.

Grocery stores:

• Central Market in Poulsbo will be open regular hours.

• Poulsbo Market Place will be open regular hours.

• Poulsbo Albertsons will be open regular hours.

• Kingston Albertsons will be open regular hours.

•Poulsbo Red Apple will be open regular hours.

• Kingston Thriftway will be open regular hours.

Health/Social Services

•Fishline Food Bank will be closed.

Transportation:

• Kitsap Transit service will be on regular weekday service. There will be no service to PSNS.

• Seattle/Bainbridge and Edmonds/Kingston ferry routes will be on regular schedule.

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