A VISION FOR A NEW REGIONAL FACILITY FOR POULSBO AND NORTH KITSAP
The Poulsbo Events and Recreation Center (PERC) is a concept for a multi-use recreational, educational, and events center.
With the financial support of the Kitsap Public Facillites District and the encouragement of the entire Kitsap Community, the City of Poulsbo is undertaking the development of this new regional center.
Access to indoor recreation for all ages, with diverse programs and quality equipment
Including lighted fields for active sports and passive recreation settings for family, student, and resident enjoyment
For regional events that connect business, educational institutions, and recreational users from across the region
“We are fortunate during these challenging times to have a project that can bring our community together in a process to create a great new public facility for kids and adults, sports and education, and business and recreation. Please join me is this process to create a PERC that serves our entire community.”
– Becky Erickson, Mayor of Poulsbo
The City of Poulsbo welcomes the community to an exciting opportunity to participate in the planning of a new events and recreation center!
We are inviting everyone to help us determine the best and highest potential for this new public facility known as the Poulsbo Events and Recreation Center or PERC. The City’s planning and parks and recreation teams wants you to be part of the planning process for this regional center; a center that will host sports events, provide new and improved Parks and Recreation Department spaces, and connect our education, business, and performing arts communities with an events and conference space.
Let us know your preferences and what ideas you have to make this an exceptional community asset.
Learn About the Project
Read the project overview to learn more detailed information about the PERC.
Provide Your input
Click here to fill out the survey and give your input on the future of the PERC.
Make Your Voice Heard
Join us in our upcoming community outreach meetings.
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