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Capitol Boulevard from its 6300 block to X Street SE will be distrupted from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., of Monday and Tuesday next week, November 28 to November 29. Tumwater warns that southbound … more
Tumwater city council agreed to put forward an ordinance adding a rental housing chapter into the city’s municipal code during its meeting on Tuesday, November 22. The new chapter contains … more
Tumwater’s public works committee recommended to the city council an ordinance outlining a compost procurement policy as required by HB 1799 during a meeting held  November … more
Expect traffic to slow down along Capitol Boulevard SE from X Street SE to the 6300 block of Capitol Boulevard SE from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, November 21, until the next day. According to … more
Tumwater named fire prevention officer Mark Armstrong as the 2022 Firefighter of the Year during a city council meeting yesterday, November 15. Fire Chief Brian Hurley presented Armstrong with a … more
Tumwater city council authorized Mayor Debbie Sullivan to sign a contract with Tapani Inc for the construction of the Preserve Park during a meeting held yesterday, November 15. Preserve Park will … more
The Regional Fire Authority (RFA) planning committee has updated the public on the new development regarding the Fire Benefit Charge (FBC) calculation, which would lower the fee for property owners … more
The Regional Fire Authority planning committee, on Monday, November 14, opened a public hearing for Olympia and Tumwater community members to listen to the community members' opinions on the proposed … more
Tumwater committee supports adding Cowlitz to Oregon National Historic Trail By Jerome Tuaño Tumwater’s General Government Committee forwarded to the city council a resolution … more
I am an Olympia resident, and a former Thurston PUD Commissioner. I support quality fire service, and recognize the need for adequate funding to assure an adequate and capable response to … more
A citizens’ advocacy group working to stop consideration of building an airport in Thurston County is holding an open meeting this Monday, November 14. “Stop the Thurston … more
Olympia and Tumwater will host a public hearing on Monday, November 14, 5:30 p.m. at Tumwater City Hall to listen to community members’ ideas on the cities’ proposed Regional Fire … more
Tumwater’s public health and safety committee recommended an ordinance amending the municipal code to provide a definition for “community cats” during a meeting held yesterday, … more
Tumwater’s public health and safety committee recommended an agreement with the Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) to help the city refund payments made by defendants … more
After holding off their approval last month, Tumwater’s Public Health and Safety Committee has agreed to recommend an interlocal agreement with Tumwater School District on School Resource … more
Tumwater’s net emissions for greenhouse gases (GHG) fell to 70% from 2015 to 2021, according to a report prepared by the city’s Green Team.  Sustainability coordinator Alyssa Jones … more
Thurston Community Media (TCMedia) has teamed up with the League of Women Voters to bring us local candidate forums videos and coverage.   Scroll down for one-click access to seven … more
Tumwater city council adopted its 2023 legislative agenda during a meeting on November 1. Austin Ramirez, the city’s economic development program manager, said that new items were added to … more
A married couple was arrested after allegedly stealing from a store, carrying a gun despite a prior conviction, and violating a no-contact order. J Guadalupe Carrazco, 39, and Tina L Carrazco, 43, … more
Olympia will look at a levy lid lift to increase property taxes to address the issue of its fire department funding if voters do not approve the proposed Regional Fire Authority, Olympia council … more
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