The Kiss statue by Richard Beyer
 
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  • FIREWORKS IN OLYMPIA. Reminder: The sale and use of personal fireworks is banned in Olympia. Please enjoy one of several professional fireworks displays in the area. Details can be found at: olympiawa.gov/fireworks
  • CANOE JOURNEY VOLUNTEERS. The City of Olympia and Port of Olympia are seeking volunteers to assist with Canoe Journey 2016 - Paddle to Nisqually on July 30. Volunteers are needed to help with hospitality and information, transportation, and safety and security. If interested, please sign up at portofolympia.com/328.
  • LEAD INFORMATION - OLYMPIA'S WATER QUALITY. In the midst of recent news stories about lead and water quality, we have compiled some helpful information about Olympia's water system, our quality control measures and how you can keep your water safe at home. More...
  • 2016 ADOPTED BUDGET. 2016 Adopted Operating Budget is now available to view online. For more information on Olympia’s Budget process or how you can be involved please see our Budget 365 page
  • SATURDAY DROP-OFF SITE The Saturday Drop-off Site is open every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to accept recycling for free and yard waste for a small fee. More...
  • US 101/WEST OLYMPIA ACCESS PROJECT. Learn about the recommended highway ramp additions on US-101 at West Olympia. More...
  • LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT. Learn about the Low Impact Development code revision process and comment on the draft revisions. More...
  • OLYMPIA MUNICIPAL CODE. Quick link to codes and standards including Olympia Municipal Code.
  • MEETINGS. Agenda and Minutes for City Council and most advisory committees.