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The Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council
(KRCC) is the council of
local governments
for Kitsap County.

Its members are:

  • Kitsap County
  • Cities: Bainbridge Island, Port Orchard & Poulsbo
  • Port of Bremerton
  • Kitsap Transit (non-voting)
  • Suquamish and Port Gamble/S'Klallam Tribes (non-voting)
  • Naval Base Kitsap (non-voting)

The Regional Council facilitates dialogue among its member agencies in the areas of land use, transportation, and growth planning. The Council is responsible for the Kitsap Countywide Planning Policy required by the WA State Growth Management Act; for allocating federal and state funding for transportation; and for information sharing and collaborative action on a wide range of regional issues.

Executive Board Meetings

The next Executive Board meeting will take place on January 5th, 2016 at the Norm Dicks Government Center in Bremerton.

A draft meeting agenda will be posted here at least one week ahead of the Board Meeting. The full Meeting Packet will be available on the Friday ahead of the meeting.


View Current & Archived Board Meeting Materials

2016 Draft Meeting Schedule

The next KRCC Board Meeting will take place on Apr. 5, 2016 from 10:15 AM -12:15 PM in the Council Chambers of the Norm Dicks Government Center.

Countywide Call for Projects
The Call for Projects for the Countywide Competition for 2018-2020 federal transportation funds was just released. View the Countywide Call for Projects and learn more about the federal funding process

Regional Call for Projects
The Puget Sound Regional Council just released the Call for Projects for the Regional Competition for 2018-2020 federal transportation funds. (718) 289-0589.
Countywide Planning Policy (CPP) Revisions Approved!
In the summer of 2015, all Kitsap County jurisdictions ratified the updated CPPs. They were adopted by County Ordinance 255-2015. To learn more, visit the Countywide Planning Policies page, under Quick Links.