The Kiss statue by Richard Beyer
 
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  • SPRING ARTS WALK - APRIL 28 & 29. Join 10,000 of your closest friend to celebrate the arts in Downtown Olympia Friday, April 28 (5-10 pm) and Saturday, April 29 (Noon-8 pm). More...
  • INTERIM ISTHMUS IMPROVEMENTS. Submit your comments about the interim improvements to the Isthmus properties by May 1. More...
  • TAKE THE PLEDGE - CONSERVE, SAVE & WIN! Join Mayor Selby and your fellow Olympians and take the pledge to conserve water now through April 30 at mywaterpledge.com. Participants from the winning City will be entered to win hundreds of prizes, including a new Prius.
  • SATURDAY DROP-OFF SITE. The Saturday Drop-off site is open from 9-2 every Saturday to accept your recyclables and scrap metal free of charge and yard waste for a small fee. More...
  • GATEWAYS PUBLIC ART. Learn more about our plan to add public art at 8 gateways locations around Olympia and take a survey to tell us what types of art should be considered. More...
  • DOWNTOWN STRATEGY UPDATE. Olympia's Downtown Strategy was adopted on April 25. View the document now on our Downtown Strategy page.
  • 2017 WATER QUALITY REPORT. The City's annual water quality report is now available and shows that Olympia meets all State and Federal drinking water standards. More...
  • SANCTUARY CITY. Read Mayor Selby's statement on Olympia's commitment to remain a Sanctuary City in the face of increased pressure. More...
  • 2017 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET. The 2017 Adopted Operating Budget is available for viewing.
  • 2017-2022 ADOPTED CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN. The 2017-2022 Adopted Capital Facilities Plan 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
  • OLYMPIA MUNICIPAL CODE. Quick link to codes and standards including Olympia Municipal Code.
  • MEETINGS. Agenda and Minutes for City Council and most advisory committees.