The Silverdale Webcam is located in a home in Silverdale, 20 miles west of Seattle. It is pointed west, looking across Hood Canal, an arm of Puget Sound, towards the Olympic Mountains, Washington State, USA.
Silverdale is a census-designated place (CDP) in Kitsap County, Washington, in the United States. The population was 15,816 at the 2000 census.
Despite many attempts at incorporation, Silverdale remains an unincorporated community.
Silverdale ranks 158th of 522 areas in Washington for which per capita income data is collected.
Silverdale is on the Kitsap Peninsula, situated ten miles northwest of the city of Bremerton and nine miles south of Poulsbo. Silverdale lies at the north tip of Dyes Inlet, which connects it to Bremerton via Sinclair Inlet and the Pacific Ocean via Puget Sound.
The annual Whaling Days takes place the last weekend of July at the waterfront in Old Town. The first night (Friday) ends with a fireworks display on the nearby Dyes Inlet, followed by a parade the next morning that starts at the Kitsap Mall, goes down Silverdale Way, and ends up near Old Town.
Silverdale is a thriving retail center with many businesses in and surrounding Kitsap Mall. The city contains three high schools: Central Kitsap High School, Klahowya Secondary School and Olympic High School.
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