The Isthmus and State & Washington leased lots will be available for purchase at 8 a.m. at City Hall. You can obtain monthly 9-hr passes online or purchase an annual 9-hr pass at City Hall.
Parking is available at metered and timed on-street spaces and in leased lots owned by the City. The privately owned Diamond Parking also has several lots in downtown Olympia for daily and leased parking. Several businesses offer adjacent parking lots for the convenience of their customers.
Parking is enforced Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. except City-recognized holidays.
Your first 15 minutes are always FREE at any 2, 3 or 9 Hour meter! (unless using Pay by Phone)
2 Hour Meters: Push any button before inserting payment (meter must be flashing 0.00)
3 or 9 Hour Meters: Push the red or silver button before inserting payment (meter must be flashing 0:00).
Contact Parking Services at 360.753.8017 or email@example.com
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To support residents as they clean out broken tree limbs and other plant debris from the recent snowstorm, the City is offering two locations to drop off vegetation debris for free on Saturday, February 23, and Sunday, February 24. 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. each day.
The City is offering this free service to Olympia residents only. Staff will request proof of Olympia residency before accepting debris, so residents should bring their driver’s license or their utility bill to either of the locations.
The City has heard from several residents who have received calls claiming to be from the City of Olympia Utilities Department. The calls include a pre-recorded phone-tree and hold music similar to the City’s actual phone system. The message claims that the resident’s water is about to be shut off and transfers to a live operator to make a payment.
If you receive a call like this DO NOT pay the caller - call 360.753.8340 during normal business hours to confirm your billing details.
Homelessness is the most significant and urgent public concern facing our community. Visit our updated Homelessness web page for the latest on the City's immediate, emergency actions and work toward long-term solutions.
Help us choose which designs will decorate 10 more of our old, ugly traffic control boxes. Vote by browsing this FB album and ‘liking’ any and all that you’d like to see as you travel around Olympia. Vote now...
The Draft Sea Level Rise Response Plan is now available. More...
The 2019 Preliminary Operating Budget is now available. More...
The 2019-2024 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) is now available. More...
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PO Box 1967
Olympia, WA 98507-1967