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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
The Port of Olympia Commission decided to place a mixed-use office building called the Marine Waterfront Center near the Swantown Marina on Monday, March 20. Port Commissioner Joe Downing was the … 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
 Usage of the car-sharing service Vanpool has increased in multiple ways in Thurston County, Vanpool Manager Cindy Waterhouse reported to the Intercity Transit Authority (IT) reported on … 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
Olympia's Finance Committee has started looking at viable options to provide a revenue stream for the city's Climate Program. At the committee meeting held Wednesday, March 15, Olympia Climate … more
Thurston County Community Planning will hold four (4) community informational meetings from March 24 - April 7, 2023. County staff will provide information, answer questions, and collect feedback … 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
UPDATED: March 15, 2023, first published March 10, 2023. A survey conducted by the Lacey Youth Council shows that around 60% of surveyed students at North Thurston High School feel unsafe with the … more
Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will close the northbound lane of the I-5 on-ramp at Martin Way, near College Street, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to hold tree-felling operations … more
The Olympia School District (OSD)’s projected budget deficit as of March 9 has decreased to $13.9 million from $17.9 million in August 2022 after accounting for the prior and expected decline … more
The Olympia City Council signed a proclamation designating March 2023 as Disability Awareness Month on Tuesday, March 7. In signing the proclamation, the city recognized that persons with … more
Olympia’s Site Plan Review Committee heard a proposal to build an eight-unit multifamily building on an undeveloped 5.1-acre parcel at 2200 Crestwood PL NW on Wednesday, March 8. Chris … 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
The men’s and women’s basketball teams of South Puget Sound Community College (SPSSCC), colloquially known as the Clippers, advanced to the 2023 Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) … more
Community representatives for the Capital Metro Independent Investigations Team believed the police officer involved in the March 2022 shooting incident complied with the use-of-force policy. At … more
A late second-half rally ended the best season of Oly Town FC men’s arena soccer by far, as the Artesians squandered a three-goal lead at halftime to bow down to higher-seed Everett City FC, … 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
March is all about the ladies. The entire month is Women’s History Month, and tomorrow, March 8, is International Women’s Day. As someone who attended an all-girls school for both grade … more
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