Neighborhood meetings to provide information, collect input on plans for Point No Point habitat restoration!
Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group is working with Kitsap County Parks, the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife and surrounding Hansville community to study the opportunity to restore critical, historic habitat for salmon and other wildlife by reconnecting the Point No Point marsh to the tides of Puget Sound.
Mid Sound Fisheries will host neighborhood meetings next month on multiple dates for landowners along Point No Point Road and in the area around Hillview Lane to discuss restoration project ideas and goals, and hear interests and concerns for improving the Point No Point County Park area.
Follow the links below for meeting information for each those areas. Links to submit comment in advance are also available there, as well as a survey for those who can't attend the meetings but want to provide input.
- Click here for more information on the Point No Point Road meetings on May 5th and 13th. A meeting flyer is available here.
- Click here for more information on the Hillview Lane meetings on May 4th and 12th. The Hillview Lane area includes Thors Road, Loki Bluff Drive, Gust Halvor Road and Broughton Court. A meeting flyer is available here.
For more information, contact Mid Sound’s Nearshore Project Manager, Juliana Tadano, at firstname.lastname@example.org.