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Olympia is inviting community members to watch the chinook salmon run currently happening in the city’s waters. In a social media post , the city announced that chinook salmon ( … more
Olympia Community Planning & Development Director Leonard Bauer explained how the 20-year Comprehensive Plan aims to prepare the city’s development for the future. In a post on the … more
During the agenda-setting and commissioner’s meeting last August 15, County Manager Ramiro Chavez reported that the county’s public works is the recipient of a $3 million grant. The … more
The Thurston Regional Planning Council is seeking input and ideas from community members regarding regional natural disaster planning by participating in an online survey . According to Paul … more
Rudy Rudolph, now Port of Olympia’s interim executive director, said that he would work to maintain the continuity of operations after the Port Commission placed Executive Director Sam Gibboney … more
The Port of Olympia is set to improve stormwater treatment at Swantown Boatworks in compliance with its new permit, which requires tightened standards for monitoring stormwater pollutants. The … more
The Sea Level Rise Response Collaborative is seeking a consultant who will assist in identifying and evaluating potential funding opportunities, governance models, and legislative actions for … more
To mitigate the impact of natural disasters, Tumwater made the adoption of the Washington Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) Code among the city’s top priorities, as stated in documents prepared … more
The Lacey City Council awarded Malcolm Drilling Co. the Water Rights Exploratory Drilling contract during its work session on Thursday. The contract, amounting to $407,969.62, includes … more
The Olympia City Council approved an ordinance relating to electric vehicle parking requirements to ensure infrastructure and accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging for residents on Tuesday. … more
A project seeking to reduce erosion and improve habitat conditions at Pioneer Park’s shoreline has been extended. As part of their consent agenda, Tumwater City Council authorized Mayor … more
Thurston County’s Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) met with its Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED) yesterday, August 3, to decide on the future direction of the proposed … more
Thurston County Board of Commissioners (BoCC)’s Chair Caroline Mejia facilitated a hybrid meeting yesterday, August 2, to receive updates on the stormwater permit submittal, and the advisory … more
A Japanese Bigleaf Magnolia tree ( Magnolia obovata ) located at the Schmidt House was formally designated as a heritage tree during Tumwater’s city council meeting on Monday, July 31. … more
Thurston’s Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) had two meetings yesterday, July 26, to share updates on its Shoreline Master Program (SMP) and conducted a roundtable discussion with the … more
The Thurston Climate Mitigation Collaborative Executive Committee approved the interlocal agreement (ILA) for implementing the Thurston Climate Mitigation Plan (TCMP) Monday, July 24. According … more
The Port of Olympia is seeking a $300,000 grant from the Department of Ecology (Ecology) to support various remediation projects. The Port Commission authorized Acting Executive Director Rudy … more
Olympia is reminding community members to participate in the Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (CRVA) survey on the city’s website to help the city determine its vulnerability to … more
Tumwater has put a pause on its Urban Forestry Management Plan (UFMP) as the city prepares to adopt a new state building code that seeks to prevent wildfire spread. The UFMP seeks to update the … more
On Wednesday, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission conference on a proposal to build permanent supportive housing on Franz Anderson Road. Rob Deane of Encore Architects … more
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