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  • Olympia's Next City Manager

    The City is seeking a dynamic, seasoned executive to serve as Olympia's next City Manager. Take a short (two question) survey to tell us what qualities, skills and abilities you think are necessary for success in the position. Survey closes Monday, March 9, 2020. Take the survey...

  • 2020 Traffic Wrap Vote

    Tell us which designs by local artists you would like to see decorate 10 more of our old, ugly traffic control boxes. Vote now at Engage Olympia!

  • Help identify ADA barriers in Olympia

    We are developing an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan and need your help identifying barriers related to: City services, programs & activities; City buildings & facilities; and Public right-of-way (streets & sidewalks). Share your input at Engage Olympia...

  • 2020 Census

    The 2020 Census is fast approaching. Learn everything you need to know about why it matters and how to be counted at trpc.org/946/Census.

  • 3900 Boulevard Development

    The City is be seeking a well-qualified developer with an established track record of delivering high quality and affordable housing options for the development of the 10 acre parcel at 3900 Boulevard. More...

  • Short Term Rental Regulations

    Tell us what you think about each of the draft approaches to regulating short term rentals at Engage Olympia.

  • Explore the City budget

    You can now view the City's real-time budget and financial information online, anytime at OlyFinance.

  • 2020-2025 Preliminary CFP

    The 2020-2025 Preliminary Capital Facilities Plan is now available.

  • Meetings

    Agendas and Minutes for City Council and most advisory committees.