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The newly revamped Pilot Travel Center in Tumwater donated $10,000 to the Tumwater School District (TSD) to honor its remodel and its commitment to giving back, as stated in its press release. A … more
Tumwater is set to receive $700,000 in grants to fund various planning activities to redevelop the old brewery site and the former Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) on Capitol … more
Superintendents from Thurston County schools met with the Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) at a meeting last February 28 to share district updates. “We don't have any particular … more
Tumwater City Council is looking to extend the city’s partnership with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to provide each other with mutual assistance in controlling … more
Road construction will affect two busy areas of  Tumwater this week.  more
On Tuesday, February 20, Tumwater City Council approved a service provider agreement with RH2 Engineering, Inc. to design a 3-million-gallon reservoir. The reservoir will be located … more
The end of February will be filled with art and merriment!  Queerotica Art Exhibit, Friday, February 23, 5:30 – 9 p.m. Queerotica is a showcase of LGBTQIA2S+ artists and speakers … more
Tumwater announced that the north side of Trosper Road and the west side of Capitol Boulevard would have intermittent traffic stops from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20, and Thursday, … more
Tumwater’s General Government Committee moved forward with an interlocal agreement to support Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC) in facilitating a study to analyze the county’s … more
Tumwater Planning Commission recommended to the city council on Tuesday, February 13, the approval of an ordinance amending Chapter 18.38 of the Tumwater Municipal Code (TMC), which deals with the … more
PFAS in Washington’s well water could make you sick   ‘Forever chemicals’ linked to ailments from high cholesterol to cancer are in our clearest … more
Tumwater’s water resources and sustainability department has secured over one million dollars in grants from the WA Department of Ecology (Ecology) during the previous weeks. The latest of … more
Tumwater Public Works Committee authorized city staff on Thursday, February 8, to solicit bids for the construction of pedestrian and bicycle improvements on a portion of Israel Road from Linderson … more
Tumwater police and sheriff’s deputies apprehended a suspect with drugs after residents of a house caught him trying to hide his products from what he thought was the police. At … more
Tumwater residents near Cleveland Avenue expressed their concern regarding the impact of the E Street Connection project. The road project will connect Capitol Boulevard to Cleveland Avenue by … more
Tumwater is inviting drivers aged 55 and up to an online road safety workshops. “Join us for an interactive workshop covering topics such as texting, driving in bad weather, handling … more
The traffic signal at the intersection of Israel Road SW and Linderson Way SW in Tumwater will be on flash mode on Monday, February 5 and Tuesday, February 6, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the city … more
Tumwater Police Department (TPD) officers arrested an individual found sleeping inside a vehicle on charges of criminal impersonation Thursday, January 4, at 2 a.m. The man, Jeremiah L. Pruett, … more
Lake management company Northwest Aquatic Eco-Systems announced its closure on Saturday, January 24. The company has been providing aquatic weed and algae removal services since 1981, serving … more
Tumwater is cautioning motorists that the northbound Interstate 5 on-ramp at Exit 102 from westbound Trosper Road SW is closed until April 1. The city explained in a press release that the … more
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