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Kate Davis, Executive Director of Business and Capital Projects, met with the Olympia School District (OSD) board yesterday for the first reading of Resolution 654, which outlines the replacement of … more
J.J. Prats was here - right here in Olympia - doing what he is known for, documenting history! Mr. Prats, a computer programmer turned history nerd, is the creator of the nonprofit Historical Marker … more
Let us see the exciting events of October’s second half. Orca Recovery Day Volunteer Work Party, Saturday, October 14, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Join Thurston Conservation District and the City of … more
Olympia's Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters' (LEOFF) Disability Board is updating its policy for long-term services as it reviews and clarifies definitions of various care types to ensure … more
The council expressed its vision for the building "to turn it into an active historic building that increases pedestrian activity and creates a lasting and unique destination in the downtown core." more
On Monday, October 2, the Olympia Planning Commission received an update on projects and analysis to develop concrete strategies and actions around urban agriculture within the city. Community … more
Get ready for a vibrant celebration of the arts as Olympia’s semi-annual Arts Walk is today and Saturday. Expect road closures and detours. Since 1990, this beloved community event has … more
At the Olympia City Council meeting Tuesday, October 3, Senior Planner Michelle Swanson updated the public on improving accessibility for people with disabilities. Swanson presented the 2022 … more
Olympia's Ambassadors Program is transitioning to the Crisis Response Unit (CRU) effective January 2024, Economic Development Director Mike Reid announced at Wednesday's Parking and Business … more
On the early morning of September 27, an AM/PM employee allegedly assaulted a woman with mace, leaving her injured. The incident transpired at the AM/PM convenience store located on Sleater … more
Recognizing that persistent houselessness poses a significant threat to the public health and safety of the entire community, the Olympia City Council declared a continuing public health emergency … more
Olympia is asking community members for feedback on its 2025-30 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The city explained in its press release that the program outlines a series of projects … more
Thurston County’s Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) approved an Interlocal Agreement between the Thurston County Sheriff's Office and the City of Olympia for mutual aid involving the … more
The Olympia City Council signed a proclamation yesterday declaring October 9, 2023, Indigenous Peoples' Day to recognize and celebrate Indigenous heritage, culture, and history. Through the … more
Port of Olympia staff proposes spending $5,512,000 for the Port’s capital investment plan in 2024. Port staff presented the draft spending plan to the Port of Olympia Commission during a … more
The Capital Mall Triangle Subarea Plan and the accompanying Planned Action Environmental Impact Statement has been set for public review last September 28, making the draft Environment Impact … more
Acclaimed artist Nishiki Sugawara-Beda is set to unveil her latest installation, Kotodama Converse, at the Leonor R. Fuller Gallery. In a South Puget Sound Community College press release, … more
The Tumwater City Council will discuss a proposed agreement with the Port of Olympia that would allow them to declare some of their communications confidential "Protected Material" about the … more
The Olympia School District (OSD) board presented updates on safety policy 4311 reinstating School Resource Officers (SROs) at a meeting last Thursday, September 28. Two gun incidents earlier … more
The Community Livability and Public Safety Committee unanimously approved the recommendation establishing an Olympia youth council, which aims to give young people a voice in local government. … more
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