Non-Motorized Facilities Community Advisory Committee


The Non-Motorized Facilities Community Advisory Committee (NMFC) is established to advise the Board of County Commissioners and staff on matters related to non-motorized transportation and shall have the opportunity to contribute to the County's planning processes related to non-motorized transportation. 

The County adopted a Non-Motorized Facility Plan in 2013 to establish goals and policies for providing non-motorized facilities that provide connections between and within communities and supports recreational and tourism opportunities. With facilities designed primarily for pedestrians and bicyclists (paved shoulders, bike lanes, and shared-use paths and sidewalks), non-motorized transportation is a critical element of an integrated transportation system and increases mobility choices, relieves traffic congestion and improves the quality of life.

The Non-Motorized Facilities Plan strives to:

• Provide a region-wide vision for a connected system of off-road shared use paths and on-road
facilities (paved shoulders/bike lanes/shared lanes) and a process to prioritize such routes.
• Ensure facilities address the needs of multiple user groups (commuters, recreational bicyclists,
pedestrians, equestrian, tourism, paddlers, etc.)
• Encourage dialogue and more coordinated planning among neighboring counties, cities and local
entities; and
• Enhance partnerships and increase communication among cities, and local agencies regarding the
implementation and operation (construction, maintenance, marketing, etc.) of non-motorized

Community Advisory Committee Founding Resolution

Community Advisory Committee Bylaws


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Non-motorized facilities are part of transportation planning. For more information on submitting a proposal to the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) click here.


The Non-Motorized Facilities Community Advisory Committee is composed of nine members appointed by the Board of County Commissioners and includes two members from each Commissioner District and three At-Large Representatives. 


Deborah Weinmann
​District 1
Scott Satter
​District 1
Janet Kidd
​District 2
Richard Feeney
District ​2
Laura Westervelt
​District 3
​Brian Watson
​District 3
Nathan Menefee
Jana Waldroup
Jess Chandler



The Non-Motorized Facilities Community Advisory Committee meets monthly (every third Tuesday) at 5:30 p.m. in-person in person in the Rainier Room, Silverdale Library 3650 NW Anderson Hill Rd, Suite 101, Silverdale  with virtual option (Microsoft Teams). ***Due to heating issues in the Public Works building, the Jan. 16 meeting will be held online only.***

​Meeting Agendas ​Meeting Notes
​February 20, 2024 
​- 2024 Work Plan (Final Draft)
- Comp Plan Comments for Discussion
January 16, 2024
Comprehensive Plan Update
January 16, 2024 Minutes
December 19, 2023
​December 19, 2023 Minutes
​November 21, 2023
November 21, 2023 Minutes
- ASE BOCC Letter and Resolution In Support of Implementing ASE in Kitsap County - DRAFT
October 17, 2023
October 17, 2023 Minutes
​September 19, 2023
 - Automated Speed Enforcement Findings
​July 18, 2023
July 18, 2023 Minutes
Pedestrian Metrics Resolution May 16, 2023
PW - Ped Resolution Memo to BOCC
NMC - Ped Letter 06-23 Signed
ASE Research
Automated Speed Enforcement Findings
May 16, 2023
May 16, 2023 Minutes
April 18, 2023
​April 18, 2023 Minutes
March 21, 2023
March 21, 2023 Minutes - Revised 
February 21, 2023 

KNCNMFCAC STO North STO Feasibility Study Working Group Meeting #8 - Jan 10, 2023
February 21, 2023 Minutes

​January 17, 2023
Draft 2023 Work Plan 
January 17, 2023 Minutes 
December 20, 2022
December 20, 2023 Minutes
​November 15, 2022 
November 15, 2023 Minutes 
​October 26, 2022 - Shared Use Paths Joint Committees Workshop
​- Zoom Recording (YouTube)
- Joint Meeting Presentation 
- Access Presentation Narrative
- Access Presentation Slides
- 20221025 D. Iverson Soos Creek Trail Presentation
October 18, 2022 
October 18, 2022 Minutes 
City of Port Orchard Transporation Projects 
​September 20, 2022
September 20, 2022 Minutes 
​July 19, 2022
July 19, 2022 Minutes 
​May 17, 2022 
May 17, 2022 Minutes
​April 19, 2022 
​April 19, 2022 Minutes
​March 15, 2022
March 15, 2022 Minutes 
​February 15, 2022
​February 15, 2022 Minutes
​January 18, 2022
January 18, 2022 Minutes
December 21, 2021
December 21, 2021 Minutes 
November 16, 2021
November 16, 2021 Minutes
October 19, 2021
October 19, 2021 Minutes
​September 21, 2021
September 21, 2021 Minutes
​No scheduled meeting for August, 2021
July 20, 2021 Virtual Meeting

July 20, 2021 Minutes 


​May 18, 2021 Virtual Meeting 
May 18, 2021 Minutes
​April 20, 2021 Virtual Meeting 
April 20, 2021 Minutes 
March 16, 2021 Virtual Meeting 
March 16, 2021 Minutes 
​February 16, 2021 Virtual Meeting 
February 16, 2021 Minutes 
​January 19, 2021 Virtual Meeting 


Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Kitsap County Department of Public Works Roads Division assures that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or sex, as provided by Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and as amended, and the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 (P.I. 100.259) be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance from the Washington State Department of Transportation. For Title VI information, to locate our Title VI plan, and to learn how to file a complaint, please visit our Title VI Page. Contact Kitsap1 at 360.377.5777 or email for more information.