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Tumwater city staff is considering four locations for a proposed community center, Parks and Recreation Director Chuck Denney told the Parks and Recreation Commission on Wednesday, April 17. The … more
The restoration and repair of the partially burnt Brewmaster’s House is nearing completion, pending further ceiling and wallpaper work, Parks and Facilities Manager Stan Osborn told the … more
Tumwater City Council approved the contract of two consultants to develop the climate element and the transportation plan of the 2025 comprehensive plan. The contracts were approved as part of the … more
The Tumwater Historic Preservation Commission unanimously voted on Thursday, April 18, to recommend keeping the Davis-Meeker Oak on the city’s historical register. City staff is currently … more
Three law enforcement agencies collaborated to collar a felon crossing into Thurston County for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and other charges. Thurston County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) … more
How would you feel if you walked into a national exhibition and saw your own great-grandfather’s image and life narrative as part of the story? I would be absolutely shocked! more
The Tumwater City Council and Planning Commission took to the road in a joint work session on Tuesday, April 9, to look at existing approaches to housing developments in the city and in Olympia. … more
Tumwater Police Department is looking to secure funding from the city to implement the usage of body-worn cameras. Commander Jay Mason discussed this proposal with the Tumwater Public Health and … more
Tumwater Public Health and Safety Committee endorsed to its city council Tuesday, April 9, a resolution updating its comprehensive emergency management plan (CEMP). more
“Climate change is an existential threat that cannot be ignored, and we are doing our part to move further and faster to save our planet,” said Puget Sound Energy (PSE) President and CEO … more
Bellingham-based aquatic management firm AquaTechnex was the sole responder to Tumwater’s search for a new firm to manage and monitor the vegetation on Barnes Lake more
The City of Tumwater and LOTT Clean Water Alliance are looking to extend the deadline for a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that will lead to Tumwater’s purchase of three LOTT properties in … more
The traffic signal at the Capitol Boulevard and Trosper Road intersection will be taken out on April 9, with temporary striping and channelizing devices in the area to guide drivers through a … more
Somerset Hill Drive SW, spanning from R.W. Johnson SW to Thorpe Drive SW, will undergo alternating lane closures between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. through April 15. more
Tumwater is looking to include more renters, below-median income earners, BIPOC individuals, and other groups in future public outreach activities in preparation for its 2025 comprehensive plan … more
Tumwater’s insurance provider, Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA), commended the city for its low loss history compared to other WCIA members. WCIA Deputy Director Rob Roscoe … more
Residents and commuters in Tumwater are advised to expect delays as lane closures are scheduled for Israel Road SW and Linderson Way SW on April 4 and 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be … more
Ongoing road projects, further development, and an expanded cultural arts program are among the key priorities for Tumwater Mayor Debbie Sullivan. The mayor spoke at a forum organized by the … more
The Tumwater City Council voted to delay a discussion about an ordinance which, according to public interpretation, would allow indigent individuals to stay overnight in public parks. The … more
Tumwater Historic Preservation Commission recommended turning the parcel where the Davis Meeker Oak tree is located into a public park. The commission was expected to recommend whether to delist … more
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