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 online meeting on Monday, June 12, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and an in-person presentation at the City Council Chambers on Wednesday, June 14, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. where city staff will discuss the Olympia Strong roadmap on the Olympia’s Economic Development work plans and provide updates to the Economy and Housing chapters of the City of Olympia’s Comprehensive Plan, Olympia 2045.
“Our community is performing really well by many measures – the organizations here are doing a lot of good work,” said Project Manager Amy Buckler in a city statement.
Buckler also pointed out the need for more work on the project, saying that there are still too many people on the “fringe” living in “gaps” and that there is a need for more inclusive pathways for them.
The two open houses will focus on four areas identified by the community which will inform Olympia’s Economic Development and will be used to guide decision- and policy-making as well as partnerships and investments for the next twenty years:
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