Deer Run 
Community Organization

Welcome to the website of the Deer Run Community Organization. 

Check here often for the latest information on all news and events  happening in Deer Run and the surrounding community. 

Deer Run residents and homeowners - please fill out the Contact Information Form to help us keep our our records updated and to keep you informed of important community news and notices.  You will also receive emailed copies of the community newsletters.

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  Officers of the Deer Run Community Organization: 
                        Board Members:
                              Judy Quick, President & Teasurer
Julie Cottle, Vice President
                              Nadine Green, Secretary
Sandra Bullock, At Large Board Member

Special thanks to outgoing Board President, Dori Murdock
Thank you for serving our community!

If anyone is interested in joining the board as a senator at large, please contact the Board.

Our board is very small at this time, and we would appreciate the assistance of additional volunteers on a project by project basis, as well as on a continuing basis. The time commitment is fairly small with meetings held every 6-8 weeks in preparation for the annual picnic and review of dwelling change forms. Please consider contributing to the health and vitality of our community is this way.

Thank you,

The DRCO Board



             Bear Sightings

Please be aware that there have been past bear sightings in our neighborhood and in Meredith Heights. A neighbor on Bjorn street near Noll Road observed a bear eating bird seed in their backyard. A Meredith Heights resident reported sighting a bear as well. Bear sightings have also been reported in between the Elementary and Middle Schools. Please alert your neighbors and children to the possibility of a bear encounter.

Things to remember: Bears do not want to confront people, and will usually only do so if they feel threatened or if they have cubs they feel are at risk. Walk in groups, and talk to each other...bears will hear you long before you are aware of them if you are making a little bit of noise, and they do not want to be where you are. If you see a bear, STAY CALM! Do not make eye contact with the bear. Slowly and calmly back away from the area and get to the safety of a vehicle or building. Contact local police who will report it to the proper authorities. Stay safe, and have a great day! 

          New Resident Information
New Residents can click here for information on setting-up new utility accounts and other community information.       


               Kitsap Regional Library
               Poulsbo Branch Events

The Poulsbo branch of Kitsap Regional Library holds several ongoing events throughout the year.  For a full listing os all events taking place at all branches, check out the library website at:


      Calendar of Activities & Holidays 
May 15 -17  - Poulsbo Viking Fest

May 16  Lions' Pancake Breakfast
at NK High School
        7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
May 16 Viking Fest Road Race - 7:30 - 11:00  



             Follow Deer Run on Facebook

If you have a Facebook account, you can follow Deer Run.  Go to: and search for Deer Run.  


            Deer Run on Twitter

Do you tweet?  You can now be alerted of important Deer Run news and announcements if you have a Twitter account.   Twitter is a free service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? 

With Twitter, you can stay hyper–connected to your friends and always know what they’re doing. Or, you can stop following them any time. You can even set quiet times on Twitter so you’re not interrupted.

Twitter puts you in control and becomes a modern antidote to information overload.  You can set-up a free Twitter account at:
You can follow Deer Run's Twitter account under the ID: "Deer_Run"


                 Please Volunteer    

Do you have a desire to volunteer time for the improvement of your community?  Have you wanted to see more done to benefit each of your neighbors?  Although excellent volunteerism options, you don’t have to spend your time into outreach programs or soup kitchens to make a difference where it counts.

Impact-making community service begins on the street where you live. Investing your time and energy close to home is a very worthwhile effort that will produce immediate benefits to those closest to you; your self, family and neighbors.

Neighborhood community service bonds an individual with the larger group in which they're a part and gives them a sense of belonging.  The sense of belonging is crucial to being a well-adjusted human being.  Regardless if you’re a long-time resident or a new comer, putting energy into this neighborhood makes each of us better and closer.

Keep Deer Run a valued neighborhood; seriously consider serving this community by vying for a position on the Deer Run Board of Directors, or on one of the committees that provides valued services to the neighborhood. 



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