Kitsap Lake Elementary Safe Routes to School

Project Status and Schedule (Updated January 3, 2018)

The project will be managed by the City’s Engineering Office, and utilize their expertise in managing the complexities of federal grant projects. The project is scheduled to be designed in 2018 and constructed during 2019. Currently, the Engineer’s Office is evaluating proposals from design consultants and will be selecting a firm. Once selected, the design firm will begin preliminary design. The Engineer’s Office will host several public meetings to present design findings and gather input from the community. Meetings will be announced via the City’s website, City social media, and the City's projects email list. Be sure to sign up for emails if you would like to stay updated on the progress of this project!     

Project Overview

In June 2017, the City received a $1,750,000 Safe Routes to School Grant to install a sidewalk along Harlow Drive from Kitsap Way to Osprey Circle. In addition to the sidewalks, lighting, school speed zone signs, and crosswalk treatments will be installed. The new sidewalk will provide a safe route for children to walk to Kitsap Lake Elementary and vastly improve the walkability of the Kitsap Lake neighborhood. 

Public Meetings

The City of Bremerton Public Works and Utilities will introduce and discuss its 2018 construction program at a community meeting on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers on the first floor of the Norm Dick Government Center at 345 6th Street, Bremerton from 6:00pm – 8:30pm. The Kitsap Lake Safe Routes to School project will be discussed.