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 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
Capitol Boulevard SE’s northbound outside lane from the 6800 crosswalks to the intersection of Capitol Boulevard and Dennis Street will be closed from Monday, March 20 to April on weekdays, … more
South Sound Behavioral Hospital, a mental health facility in Lacey, and drug abuse prevention community coalition Tumwater HOPES are exploring a potential partnership, representatives said during … more
Tumwater’s Public Works Committee recommended 2023-2024 budget of the Barnes Lake Management District (LMD) is over the district’s allocation of $54,675. Presented on Thursday, March … more
Tumwater would receive $225,000 to fund the final phase of the Bush Prairie Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) if the city council votes to accept it at its meeting on March 21. The city’s … more
Non-profit housing provider South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity, with the assistance of the City of Tumwater, is set to receive a $726,984 grant from the Washington State Department of Commerce … more
Tumwater is seeking a $2.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to fund the replacement of a culvert on the crossing of Sapp Road and Percival Creek, thus allowing better … more
Two port-a-potties stood as sentinels when I visited The Jungle, in Olympia, last Friday, March 3, 2023. Nearby, a gaggle of shopping carts filled with refuse congregates by a dumpster; the … more
Dart Container Corporation is closing its Tumwater manufacturing plant, it confirmed with The JOLT yesterday. The factory employs approximately 30 people at its facility near Olympia Regional … more
The Thurston County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) voted 2-1 to approve an ordinance updating the boundaries of 13 election precincts due to the annexations Tumwater and Lacey did of … more
A new promotional role of a Fire Prevention Officer II is set to be added to the Tumwater Fire Department. Chief Examiner James Trujillo discussed the details of the new role during the Tumwater … more
Port of Olympia Commissioners Joe Downing and Bob Iyall disclosed that they were being asked to endorse a ballot proposition on April 25 that would determine the formation of a Regional Fire … more
The Tumwater City Council reviewed a new logo last week and will be presented it for adoption at tomorrow's meeting, set to start at 7 p.m. The current logo was adopted in 1983, according to a … more
A proposed gazebo at Brewery Park in Tumwater Falls is planned to resemble an old shingle mill that used to be located at the same spot. Tumwater’s Historic Preservation Commission, on … more
Tumwater is deliberating abolishing its street tree permitting process to streamline costs. “The city does not necessarily need to implement a street tree permitting process. We did receive … more
Tumwater is looking to purchase 111 mitigation credits from Puget Western as part of the Brush Prairie Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), which requires the city to mitigate the effect of its … more
Tumwater’s new K9 handler has been deployed on the field since January, said Lieutenant Ken Driver during his update to the Public Health and Safety Committee on February 14. Driver reported … more
Police are seeking a man who allegedly stole over $2,000 worth of items from Home Depot in Tumwater. Tumwater Police Department said in a post that the alleged theft occurred on February 9, with … more
Olympia High School 12th-grade student Addison Flora was declared the grand champion against 104 players after having a perfect score of five wins at the Southwest Washington Scholastic Chess … more
Tumwater’s General Government Committee recommended to the city council an ordinance creating two boards to advise the Regional Housing Council (RHC) on the usage of sales and use tax for … more
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