Kitsap County Transportation Planners work with the public, cities, local agencies other County departments, Tribes, and regional organizations to provide an efficient, adaptable, and coordinated multimodal transportation system throughout the County. We provide guidance in the evaluation, assessment, design and placement of transportation facilities. This ensures safe and adequate access for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and other roadway users.
Mission: To fully implement the mandates of the Washington State Growth Management Act under RCW 36.70A.070 (6).
The Transportation Impact Fee Study shows how an updated Kitsap County transportation impact fee rate is developed. It describes the existing impact fee rate, the basis for the fee, the rate methodology, the impact fee project list, and includes the new recommended fee rate. Transportation impact fees are collected to fund improvements that add capacity to the transportation system, accommodating the travel demand created by new development.
Transporation Impact Fee Rate Study documents:Transporation Impact Fee Rate Study 2021 - Full ReportTransporation Impact Fee Rate Study 2021 - Executive SummaryStakeholder Presentation
Transporation Impact Fee Rate Study documents:
View the report here.
ReportAppendicesInserts Part 1 (1A through 2B)Inserts Part 2 (3A through 5B)Inserts Part 3 (6 through 11)Inserts Part 4 (12 through 20)
2016-2036 Comprehensive Plan and Capital Facilities Plan
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
Bike and Walk
Roadway Functional Classification (WSDOT)
Non-Motorized Facility Plan