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Olympia's Community Livability and Public Safety Committee was briefed on the Community Oversight of Law Enforcement project, which would create a model that improves transparency and accountability. … more
On the third match day for the men’s and women’s squads of Oly Town FC last weekend, both teams got favorable results in the USL2 and the USL W League. The Artesian USL2 Team … more
Olympia residents called for an end to the Multi-family Tax Exemption (MFTE), describing the program as "bad public policy." Council for Neighborhood Associations (CNA) president Larry Dzieza … more
National Trails Day will be celebrated on the first Saturday of June as a day of service for hometown trails and for those who love trails and nature. The holiday is a nationwide movement by the … more
Olympia is inviting community members to attend two open house meetings to learn and give feedback on the city’s Olympia Strong plans for developing economic opportunity. There will be an … more
Olympia School District (OSD) Assistant Superintendent Jennifer Priddy reports a $2,599,009 total improvement from the district’s April Deficit Estimate. OSD is currently operating with a … more
Olympia Land Use and Environment Committee member and Mayor Pro Tem Clark Gilman expressed concerns over the Multi-Family Tax Exemption (MFTE), pointing out that the burden for this program is being … more
The Tumwater Planning Commission held a work session last Tuesday, May 23, to discuss questions about the draft amendments for Tumwater Municipal Code (TMC) 16.08 on the protection of trees and … more
Local television show Karaoke Oly was recently recognized by a local community media award-giving organization. Winning the Best Entertainment and Arts Series award in the Independent Producer … more
Olympia is painting Transgender Flag colors on two crosswalks at 5 th Avenue and Washington Street in preparation for Pride Month in June. The project is part of the city’s support for the … more
The Port of Olympia Commission authorized Executive Director Sam Gibboney to authorize the sale of a parking lot on 608 Washington Street to LOTT Clean Water Alliance for $1,130,000 on Monday, May … more
It’s a mix of joy and agony for Oly Town FC on this second matchday of the USL leagues as the Women Artesians battered hosts Lane United FC 4-1 last Friday, May 19 th , while the men’s … more
The draft 2022 Police Auditor Report did not sit well with Olympia's Social Justice and Equity (SJEC) commissioners as they questioned the findings, specifically the lack of validity findings in the … more
Washington Street at 5 th Avenue will be closed Thursday, May 25 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for crosswalk painting at the intersection. The streets and sidewalks will have detours in place. To learn more … more
Olympia City Council has approved a $23,000 fund to help the community-driven projects of the Recognized Neighborhood Associations (RNA). Under the Neighborhood Matching Grant program, the city … more
Precilla Rodobles Delaney, 70, of Olympia, died on May 21 at home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Funeral Alternatives of Washington , 360-753-1065. more
Loren Thomas Mercer, 84, of Olympia, died on May 20 at Capital Medical Center. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Funeral Alternatives of Washington , 360-753-1065. more
Olympia City Council has approved a $412,500 fund to support struggling local theater organizations and invest in downtown Olympia's programs. According to Olympia Economic Development Director … more
This year’s recipient of the Dispute Resolution Center’s (DRC) Evan Ferber Peacemaker Award is an Olympia Police Department (OPD) civilian staff person, Outreach Services … more
Olympia City has received the Project of the Year award for the enhanced mobility for all modes of transportation in its Franklin Street improvements. The American Public Works Association … more
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