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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
Energy savings company MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions has completed a preliminary audit of public facilities in Tumwater to identify potential energy-saving measures, Sustainability Coordinator … more
The Lacey Planning Commission formally recommended its six-year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) to the city council. Members of the commission unanimously voted in favor of the … 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
The Olympia City Council has approved appointing nine community members who will sit on the Cultural Access Program Advisory Board. At the city council meeting on Tuesday, May 16, councilmember … more
The Olympia Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) met on Wednesday, May 17, to orient its new members. The five new BPAC members, Margaret Slighte, Jeremy Mott, Robert Vanderpool, … more
The Komachin Middle School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) has raised $2,177.00 of its $500 goal starting in January 2023 for its national service partner, the March of Dimes. … more
As of today's close of business, no one has filed to run for the new Port Commissioner seat for District 5, which covers most of the city of Lacey and areas north of its boundaries. Otherwise, … more
Tumwater City Council authorized Mayor Debbie Sullivan to sign a $3.9 million public works contract with Miles Resources, LLC, for this year’s pavement maintenance project. Bill Lindauer, … more
Thurston County recently received the “Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting” from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), announced County Manager … more
Olympia City Council signed a proclamation designating May 18, 2023, as Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) on Tuesday, May 16. Global Accessibility Awareness Day was established 12 years … more
Olympia Transportation Director Sophie Stimson announced that the city council and the Land Use and Environment Committee are contemplating reviewing different policy approaches for sidewalk repairs, … more
Olympia is seeking community members’ feedback on its proposed amendments to the state’s energy code to reduce fossil fuel use in new buildings in the city. In a press release, the … more
(The Center Square) – Holding a baby identified as Leo in his arms, Gov. Jay Inslee touted the benefits of a new $10 million “net-zero” child care center located at the state … more
The National Weather Service has issued an alert that scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible this evening. The radar image shows the storm currently covering the southern half of Thurston … more
Tumwater School District Interim Superintendent Carole Meyer moved to suspend Tumwater Virtual Academy (TVA)’s operations during a board meeting last Thursday, May 11, citing enrolment issues. … more
The Olympia Arts Commission has approved the proposed mural that will be painted at the Olympia Senior Center. The mural will be the first large art piece that depicts aging and seniors in the city … more
Safelite AutoGlass is eyeing the previous Mattress Firm location at 2415 Capital Mall Drive SW as the possible new site for an auto glass repair shop. At the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee … more
The Olympia City Council signed two proclamations for May 2023, celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month and Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month. … more
Olympia seeks community members' feedback and participation in updating the city's Comprehensive Plan 2045 through the survey. The survey asks the participants to review the Comprehensive Plan's … more
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