PERC divided into 3 phases due to cost, focus
16 Dec 2022
Phase 1 includes two lighted outdoor turf fields, sport courts
The Poulsbo Event and Recreation Center project will be divided into three phases after concerns were raised about cost and focus from the primary funder, the Kitsap Public Facilities District.
Senior projects planner Karla Boughton provided an update at the City Council meeting Dec. 14. She said the result of the discussions with KPFD, along with the city’s unsuccessful attempt to acquire an additional nine acres of adjacent property, was to reorganize the PERC into phases and refine its approach.
- Phase 1 would include two turfed and lighted tournament fields, with outdoor amenities such as basketball and pickleball courts, picnic shelters, Pacific Northwest-inspired playground, seating along walking paths and concession stands for sports tournaments, documents say.
- Phase 2 would be the Event and Recreation Center, which would include indoor gyms and recreation spaces, along with rooms for events/meetings/classes.
- Phase 3 would be the outdoor pool.
Phases 2 and 3 are dependent on adding more real estate and funding.