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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
Olympia’s Use of Force Events Board cleared an Olympia police officer who returned fire during the 11-hour standoff in Tumwater last December 2022, saying the use of force was justified. … more
Tumwater City Council approved an ordinance amending Tumwater Municipal Code (TMC) Chapter 18.38 , which deals with regulations for the city’s floodplain overlay area, on Tuesday, March 19. … more
Tumwater Tree Board’s latest tree inventory shows that trees in Tumwater city facilities store 1,968 tons of carbon dioxide. Combined with the carbon stored in sample trees from large city … more
Tumwater Public Health and Safety Committee recommended the extension of the city’s contracts with Medic One and Washington State Patrol (WSP) on Tuesday, March 12. The Medic One agreement … more
Tumwater’s protection class rating was upgraded from a score of 4 to 3, Fire Chief Brian Hurley told the Tumwater Public Health and Safety Committee on Tuesday, March 12. The rating, which … more
The Tumwater Parks & Recreation Department is calling for volunteers to help with its upcoming Easter Egg Dash event alongside other community projects to beautify and enhance the city. … more
The state legislature allocated $2 million of its 2024 supplemental capital budget under SB 5950 , passed on March 6 last week, for Tumwater’s gopher habitat acquisition project. The … more
Tumwater’s city staff is considering the removal of the Davis Meeker Oak, a 400-year-old Oregon White Oak tree ( Quercus garryana ) in Olympia Regional Airport along Old Highway 99. Both … more
The American Battlefield Trust and the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution have collaborated to create the American Revolution Experience. With a limited number of engagements, it is touring the US, through the end of 2025. more
Tumwater City Council adopted the fourth edition of the county’s hazard mitigation plan on Tuesday, March 5. The council adopted the current edition of the regional mitigation plan in … more
Thurston County Sheriff's Office (TCSO) arrested a group suspected of stealing from a retail store following a chase across several jurisdictions. On the early night of March 4, Thurston County … more
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