Planning Commission

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Purpose

The Olympia Planning Commission (OPC) was formed in 1935 to advise the City Council on the long range growth and development of Olympia, including changes to the City's land use regulations. The OPC conducts public hearings and other forums throughout the year to seek public input on items under their consideration.

Meeting Information

The Olympia Planning Commission meets on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month, at 6:30 p.m., in Olympia City Hall Room 207, 601 4th Avenue East (unless otherwise noted below).

  • January 7
  • February 4
  • March 4
  • April 1, 15
  • May 6, 20
  • June 3, 17
  • July 8, 22
  • August 5, 19
  • September 16
  • October 7, 21
  • November 4, 18
  • December 2

Get additional meeting details, agendas, and minutes on our online meeting calendar

Members

  • Carole Richmond, Chair - term ends 2020
  • Kento Azegami, Vice Chair - term ends 2020
  • Rad Cunningham - term ends 2020
  • Tammy Adams - term ends 2022
  • Travis Burns, - term ends 2022
  • Paula Ehlers - term ends 2021
  • Candi Millar - term ends 2021
  • Aaron Sauerhoff - term ends 2022
  • Vacant

  • Nine (9) members, of which a majority must be residents of the City of Olympia or Olympia's Urban Growth Area.
  • Planning Commissioners also serve as liaisons to several other City advisory committees.
  • Term: 3 years, ends March 31
  • Appointed by: Olympia City Council

Subcommittees


To aid the full Commission in preparing recommendation to the City Council, members of this subcommittee review the annual update of the City’s Capital Facilities Plan in detail.

Questions?

Contact Staff Liaison, Stacey Ray, at 360.753.8046, or sray@ci.olympia.wa.us