Housing
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Preliminary data released by Thurston County Public Health and Social Services, based on the Point-in-Time Count Homeless Census (PIT), revealed a rise in the homeless population for 2024. … more
Tumwater is looking to include more renters, below-median income earners, BIPOC individuals, and other groups in future public outreach activities in preparation for its 2025 comprehensive plan … more
In response to the rising rental increases and housing crisis in Olympia, a group called Olympia for All is pushing for a measure adopting a citizen's initiative they call a "Landlord Fairness Code," which they … more
At Tuesday's Olympia City Council meeting, 29 community members expressed various views on rental protections and relocation assistance. Some called the proposed amendments "thinly veiled rent … more
Seeking to facilitate expansion of fiber optic capacity in the county, the Board of County Commissioners approved on Tuesday, March 19, a nonexclusive franchise for Mashell Telecom, Inc., which is … more
Olympia Community Planning and Development senior planner David Ginther outlined key recommendations in the proposed Capital Mall Triangle Subarea Plan, focusing on various aspects of transportation, … more
Lacey City Manager Rick Walk says Lacey continues to see significant growth and development across various sectors, from housing to economic expansion, while emphasizing diversity and inclusion. … more
Thurston County’s Social Services Housing and Homeless Prevention Coordinator Keylee Marineau said relocations from homeless camps to the Maple Court Enhanced Shelter in Lacey are ongoing. … more
The Olympia City Council approved changes to the Evergreen Park Planned Unit Development (PUD) zoning regulations to allow mixed-use commercial and multifamily development. The approval was … more
Standing in his makeshift house next to the wetlands in the east side of The Jungle, yesterday, Mike commented that he was free.  more
The Lacey Planning Commission received a comprehensive briefing regarding newly passed laws for middle housing and Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). Lacey Housing Coordinator Jennifer Adams … more
Olympia's Site Plan Review Committee heard a proposal for a cottage community project at 1937 7th Avenue SE. At the presubmission conference on Wednesday, local developers Michael Miltimore and … more
The Olympia Design Review Board approved the design plans for a new affordable housing development at 527 Franz Anderson Road SE, which would provide 71 units of permanent supportive housing for … more
“Pets are humanizing,” said actor James Cromwell, who added, “They remind us we have an obligation and responsibility to preserve and nurture and care for all life.”   … more
A developer proposing a new affordable housing project at 505 Union Avenue SE is exploring options to reduce development costs through potential frontage improvement exemptions under the city's … more
On Tuesday, the Olympia City Council approved an interlocal agreement with multiple jurisdictions to advance a regional housing and land capacity analysis. The agreement involves collaboration … more
Olympia’s Hearing Examiner approved the plan to subdivide 3.31 acres at 1515 Middle Street SE into a 16-lot townhome subdivision subject to modified conditions focused on public safety and … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) agenda-setting meeting on Tuesday, February 6, was marked by discussions surrounding the annual Point in Time Homeless Census and the Right of Way … more
The Olympia City Council approved the proposed 2024 work plans for the Land Use and Environment Committee, Community Livability and Public Safety Committee, and Finance Committee yesterday, February … more
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