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OLYMPIA –– The Parks and Recreation Department is working out preliminary plans for a new aquatics facility in the Thurston County area, according to city officials. more
On Monday, Aug. 24, the city's contractor, Black Hills Excavating, will start work on a project that replaces a failing water main at the Capital Village Shopping Center. more
OLYMPIA –– Olympia city officials met Thursday evening to discuss its role in handling concerns of rising sea levels, an aspect of climate change that can significantly affect cities near the nation’s coastline. more
OLYMPIA –– Members of the city’s parks and recreation advisory committee discussed the possibility of having outdoor adult fitness equipment in parks amid COVID-19 restrictions to promote usage of parks. more
OLYMPIA –– City officials will talk on Thursday night about how best to meet the needs of the city’s residents, with plans to discuss installing outdoor exercise equipment in public parks for visitors to use while COVID-19 restrictions are in effect. more
OLYMPIA –– Members of the city’s finance committee discussed impact fees in a Wednesday night meeting this week, addressing these one-time charges on new development projects in Olympia. more
OLYMPIA –– Voting is now open for new sculptures to be put on display at Percival Plinth, an annual project that shows a new batch of sculptures at Percival Landing. Members of the community get to vote on the best sculpture, and the most popular sculpture will be added to the city’s public art collection. more
OLYMPIA –– In response to concerns over the rising sea levels across the globe and on Puget Sound, members of the Olympia Land Use & Environment Committee will talk about local solutions to rising sea levels in a Thursday meeting this week. more
OLYMPIA –– City officials talked about the 2021-26 capital facilities plan in a Tuesday night meeting this week, which outlines goals city officials have for various efforts in Olympia. more
OLYMPIA –– Members of the Olympia Finance Committee will discuss impact fees in a meeting this Wednesday, or one-time charges on a new development. more
OLYMPIA –– Olympia city officials met Thursday afternoon to hold the fourth meeting in the racial justice series, focusing on how racial inequity ties into the education system. Like the other town hall sessions, this meeting brought together four esteemed panelists of color to bring their perspectives and experiences to the table. more
Hear from local activists devoted to anti-racist revolution who have been leading the way for change in Olympia and Thurston County. Several organizations, groups, and individuals will make demands of the City of Olympia and elected officials to end police violence and implement anti-racism for our communities. more
OLYMPIA –– The Olympia City Council voted to move ahead in hiring a police auditor Tuesday night to eliminate events around police brutality. more
OLYMPIA –– The Olympia City Council approved the creation of a new social justice & equity commission on Tuesday night In an attempt to uplift marginalized voices in the community. more
OLYMPIA –– The last of four racial justice town halls hosted by Olympia city officials is coming up this week, featuring a discussion on race and the educational system. more
At 2:59 a.m. Aug. 10, Olympia Firefighters were dispatched to a report of a structure fire at Cambridge Court Apartments, located at 2323 9th Ave. SW. more
OLYMPIA –– Olympia City Council members on Tuesday night are expected to approve forming a new city-wide human rights commission, meant to build a more equitable, just and thriving community, according to city documents. more
OLYMPIA –– Olympia held its third town hall of a four-meeting series centered on racial justice on Thursday night, with panelists focused on the healthcare system and the inequities that people of color often experience within it. more
Poetry is a powerful tool for reflection and creativity. more
OLYMPIA –– If you drive down Henderson Boulevard regularly, you probably noticed a traffic circle that sprang up at the intersection of Henderson and Eskridge. more
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