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What's New in Olympia

  • CITY COUNCIL VACANCY. The Olympia City Council is accepting applications for Councilmember Position #4, which will be vacant January 1 due to the election of Cheryl Selby as Mayor. The person who is appointed will serve for approximately 23 months, until the November 2017 General Election results are certified. Applications deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 14. More...
  • TELL US WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THE DRAFT 2016 PARKS, ARTS & RECREATION PLAN. Olympia's Parks, Arts & Recreation Plan is a 20-year roadmap of the land we will buy, the parks we will develop and the programs we will offer. The 2016 Draft was built from extensive public input, but we want to make sure we got it right. Did we miss anything? Is there anything you feel should be changed? Tell us what you think now through December 11 at
  • 2016 PRELIMINARY BUDGET. The 2016 Preliminary 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.
  • POLICE & COMMUNITY RELATIONS. Learn more about the City's new ad-hoc Police & Community Relations Committee. More...
  • GROW OLYMPIA FUND. Have a small business in Olympia? The Grow Olympia Fund offers flexible long-term, low-interest loans to help small businesses grow and improve. 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.