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The Olympia Planning Commission held a public hearing on Monday, March 20, to discuss proposed parking code amendments that would reduce parking requirements for residential uses, including for … more
Five individuals known to have occupied a single-family residence at 511 7th Avenue SE escaped a “total loss” fire on Saturday afternoon. more
In a meeting on March 16, the Olympia Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee discussed an update on the Capital Mall Triangle Subarea Plan and the environmental impact statement. The area known … more
Members of the Council of Neighborhood Associations (CNA) spoke against the proposed reduction of parking requirements for new residential construction, particularly zero parking minimum in some … more
Olympia and Thurston County are asking community members to provide feedback on two housing-related programs that “help guide the focus of local housing efforts.” Fair Housing … more
The Olympia City Council on Tuesday approved selling the 10-acre city-owned property at 3900 Boulevard Road SE to South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity to proceed with the construction of more than … more
Non-profit housing provider South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity, with the assistance of the City of Tumwater, is set to receive a $726,984 grant from the Washington State Department of Commerce … more
Less than half of the city's goal to build 700 units a year was met with only 350 permitted residential units issued in 2022, Community Planning and Development Director Leonard Bauer said at the … more
Two port-a-potties stood as sentinels when I visited The Jungle, in Olympia, last Friday, March 3, 2023. Nearby, a gaggle of shopping carts filled with refuse congregates by a dumpster; the … more
Supreme Living LLC, a provider of residential behavioral health services, has announced that it would no longer proceed with the plan to provide supportive housing services for sex offenders in the … more
After being recommended by the Planning Commission, Olympia’s Land Use and Environment Committee recommended to the city council amendments to the municipal code relating to the application of … more
Following the contamination from previous drug manufacturing, the plan to convert the Days Inn motel into a shelter for the homeless might be postponed until May this year, said Planning Commissioner … more
Over the past two decades, Walla Walla has become a destination for wine lovers who travel to the region to enjoy some of its more than 120 wineries, stay in the area’s boutique hotels, and … more
Olympia's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program recommended reallocating $190,000 in unspent federal funds for a home rehabilitation activity and public support services for homeless … more
The LOTT Clean Water Alliance Board of Directors approved a pilot program to provide partial rebates of sewer connection fees to low-income and permanent supportive housing units during a meeting on … more
Tumwater’s General Government Committee recommended to the city council an ordinance creating two boards to advise the Regional Housing Council (RHC) on the usage of sales and use tax for … more
Participants of an Olympia-sponsored focus group are divided on the city’s goals to convert every home to have electric vehicle (EV) facilities. During the city’s Planning Commission … more
Interfaith Works has updated the Olympia City Council on the ongoing project called Sergio Jaramillo, a daytime resource center to provide people hygiene services, on-site medical, mental health, and … more
Thurston County Manager Ramiro Chavez said the county has drafted three strategies to address the ongoing community concerns on the planned housing project for sex offenders in Tenino. Chavez said … more
Lacey’s General Government & Public Safety Committee held a meeting on Tuesday, January 24, to discuss updates to the Home Share pilot program. “A home share is a living … more
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