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REGIONAL WATER CONNECTIONS

REGIONAL WATER CONNECTIONS

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Kitsap Public Utility District has begun to carry out its longterm
plan of bringing water from the Seabeck area into North Kitsap.
Tying water systems together will help protect aquifers and avoid
water shortages during times of drought, officials say.
Kitsap Public Utility District has begun to carry out its longterm
plan of bringing water from the Seabeck area into North Kitsap.
Tying water systems together will help protect aquifers and avoid
water shortages during times of drought, officials say.

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REGIONAL WATER CONNECTIONS

Kitsap Public Utility District has begun to carry out its longterm plan of bringing water from the Seabeck area into North Kitsap. Tying water systems together will help protect aquifers and avoid water shortages during times of drought, officials say. Existing water lines Planned water lines; funding identified Planned water lines; funding not identified
Port Gamble Hansville

Approved regional reservoirs

Port Gamble well

Kingston

Indianola Poulsbo
3

Suquamish

Port Madison

Regional well and reservoir

Silverdale Bainbridge Island
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