Resolutions

This page lists select Olympia City Council resolutions from 12-16-1990 to present. For resolutions not listed or approved prior to 12-16-1990, please submit an online public records request.

  • M-1857 (12-13-2016) Declaring the City of Olympia a sanctuary city
  • M-1856 (12-6-2016) Authorizing Exercise of the Option to Purchase Real Estate Owned by Dawley Trust, Commonly Known as Bentridge
  • M-1855 (12-6-2016) Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2018-2023
  • M-1852 (11-1-2016) Fixing December 6, 2016, as the date for public hearing on a proposal to vacate as a public thoroughfare a portion of Hillside Dr SE and a portion of the pedestrian access trail known as Tract "A" of Henderson Commercial Park binding site plan
  • M-1850 (8-11-2016) Concerning the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's Opposition to Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline 
  • M-1847 (7-26-2016) Relating to a proposed income tax initiative. 
  • M-1844 (7-12-2016) Approving a renewal plan for the Griswold property on 4th Street 
  • M-1834 (4-26-2016) Authorizing Exercise of the Option to Purchase Real Estate Owned by SSHI, LLC dba D.R. Horton Seattle Division (aka Trillium/Ashton Woods), and to Exercise the Option to Purchase Real Estate Owned by Wonderland Holdings, LLC (Kaiser Heights), and Purchase Said Properties for the City of Olympia
  • M-1829 (1-19-2016) Supporting the Olympia School District 2016 School Improvements Bond and Four Year Replacement Maintenance and Operations Levy.
  • M-1824 (11-17-2015) Making a Declaration of Substantial need for Purposes of Setting the Limit Factor for the Property Tax Levy for 2015 and 2016 Collections 
  • M-1823 (11-17-2015) Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2017-2022 
  • M-1822 (9-15-2015) Approving a Development Agreement Between the City of Olympia and Fortis Development, LLC (Bailey Motor Inn Site)
  • M-1821 (7-21-2015) Relating to the Appointment of Committees to Prepare Voters' Pamphlet Statements For and Against the Proposition, Which is Scheduled to Appear on the November 3, 2015 General Election Ballot, Concerning the Potential Formation of a Metropolitan Park District
  • M-1816 (2-25-2015) Related to Puget Sound Energy's continued reliance on coal-fired power production and proposed legislation before the Washington State Legislature. 
  • M-1815 (2-10-2015) Supporting a Statewide and National Ban on Nontherapeutic Uses of Antibiotics in Livestock Production and Urging U.S. Congress to Pass the Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act and the Prevention of Antibiotic Resistance Act
  • M-1814 (2-3-2015) Designating Certain Properties as a Community Renewal Area
  • M-1813 (12-9-2014) Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2016-2021
  • M-1812 (11-25-2014) Concerning the Oil-by-Rail Industry, Hudraulic Fracturing, and Oil Exports
  • M-1811 (11-3-2014) Regarding the Use of Neonicotinoid Pesticides
  • M-1809 (9-23-2014) Adopting Standards for the Provision of Public Defense Services
  • M-1807 (06-17-2014) Supporting of Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index
  • M-1803 (03-04-2014) Accepting Community Greenhouse Gas Inventory Completed by Thurston County Climate Action Team and Strategies for Reducing Greehouse Gases
  • M-1802 (02-25-2014) Supporting the Regional Plan for Sustainable Development
  • M-1798 (10-08-2013) Regarding Participation in the Association of Washington Cities Employee Benefit Trust
  • M-1793 (06-18-2013) Opposing the Construction of Coal Export Facilities in the Pacific Northwest
  • M-1788 (11-13-2012) Concering Inauguration Day 2013
  • M-1785 (10-02-2012) Concerning Corporate Spending to Influence Elections
  • M-1780 (07-10-2012) Providing for Submission to the Voters of the City at the November 6, 2012 General Election, a Proposition Authorizing a Sales and Use Tax at the Rate of One-Tenth of One Percent to be used for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Purposes
  • M-1774 (03-20-2012) Supporting Healthy Food, Public Health and Sustainability Practices in the 2012 Farm Bill
  • M-1732 (07-07-2009) Designating City Clerk as Public Records Officer and Authorizing Adoption and Maintance of Public Disclosure Procedures
  • M-1729 (04-14-2009) Declaring that the City of Olympia Supports the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons and Believes that Appropriate Government Purchasing Practices can Further the Cause of Eliminatng Nuclear Weapons
  • M-1728 (03-04-2009) Authorizing Participation in the U.S. Communities Cooperative Purchasing Alliance
  • M-1672 (07-10-2007) Affirming "Inclusion" as one of Olympia's Core Values, and Joining the National League of Cities' Partnership for Working Towards Inclusive Communities
  • M-1658 (02-06-2007) End the Occupation of Iraq and Bring all U.S. Troops Safely Home
  • M-1641 (06-27-2006) Adopting a Vision of Achieving Zero Waste
  • M-1630 (04-18-2006) Joining the US Conference of Mayors in Expanding HUD's (US Housing and Urban Development) Definition of Homelessness
  • M-1621 (01-03-2006) Adopting Strategies and Guidelines to Reduce and/or Eliminate, over time, the Purchase and Use of Pesticides and Persistent Toxic Chemicals by the City of Olympia
  • M-1599 (05-19-2005) Establishing a Citywide Wellness Program
  • M-1586 (02-08-2005) In Support of Clean Car (Low Emission) Standards for Washington State
  • M-1585 (02-01-2005) In Support of the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons by the Year 2020
  • M-1550 (03-16-2004) Adopting a Strategy to Manage and Reduce Energy and Fuel Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • M-1545 (03-09-2004) Establishing Guidelines to Address the Purchase of Clothing and Footwear from Responsible and Ethical Contractors
  • M-1531 (10-28-2003) Action to Protect Civil Liberties
  • M-1512 (05-13-2003) Adopting Depository Services for Governmental Entities (US Bank)
  • M-1508 (4-15-2003) Banning Smoking at Children's Play Areas in City-owned Parks. 
  • M-1477 (01-09-2001) Authorizing the Issuance, Uses, and Control of Credit Cards for Official Government Purchases 
  • M-1303 (12-16-1990) Workforce Diversity Program