Public Works

We build and maintain the foundation of our extraordinary Olympia

Respect | Collaboration | Excellence | Innovation

Customer service staffContact Us

Report a problem or questions about a service:
360.753.8333 or submit a request online

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Hand's On Children's Museum + BlueprintConstruction Information

Our interactive construction map provides information about scheduled, active and recently completed City construction projects In addition, it also provides information about some major private construction projects that are under review or have been permitted by the City. 

• Go to our Construction Information page

Garbage pickupGarbage, Recycling & Organics

Our Waste Resources department provides residential curbside pickup of garbage, organics and recycling, as well as commercial garbage and organics collection services to large and small businesses. They also provide educational outreach to help reach the City's zero waste goals.

• Go to our Garbage, Recycling & Organics page

Looking down on Olympia's major transportation corridorTransportation

The City's Transportation department is working to provide people with more choices by building a human-scaled street network that allows people to make trips that are safe, efficient, and inviting whether they choose to walk, bike, ride the bus, or drive.

• Go to our Transportation page

Utility Billing employeeUtility Billing

The Utility Billing department can help you start or stop service, answers questions about your bill, provides discounted rates for qualifying families, and offers a variety of convenient payment options including autopay and online account access.

• Go to our Utility Billing page

Child drinking waterWater Resources

The City's Water Resources department provides the public with safe sustainable drinking water, protects public and environmental health by safely transferring wastewater, and manages stormwater to prevent flooding and protect our streams and shorelines.

• Go to our Water Resources page