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  • COVID-19 Information

    All City buildings are closed to the public through at least April 10. You can take care of many of your most common needs on our Online Services page.

    For information about impacts to City operations, business resources, and more visit our COVID-19 Information page.

  • Utilities Relief Program

    City of Olympia utility customers affected by the COVID-19 emergency can fill out a simple self-certification form to have their utility payments deferred for 60 days without interest or penalties. Complete the form...

  • Council Meetings during COVID-19 Emergency

    The Olympia City Council will continue to hold its regular meeting schedule during the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency. However, the Council will change how it conducts meetings to adhere to the required social distancing guidelines. Starting at the March 24 Council meeting, the following steps will be implemented:

    • The Council Chamber will be closed to the public.
    • No public comment will be taken at the meeting.
    • The meeting will be broadcast on monitors in the City Hall lobby, and chairs will be set up in a safe, social-distancing arrangement in the lobby.

    How can I comment?

    A link to the Council agenda and meeting packet will be posted to Engage Olympia after 3 p.m. the Thursday before the meeting. Once posted, the public can comment on agenda items until noon on the Tuesday that Council meets. This will give Councilmembers an opportunity to review the comments before the meeting that evening.

  • COVID-19 Public Health Information

    For the latest public health information and answers to specific questions about COVID-19, please visit the Thurston County Public Health website.

  • Meetings

    Agendas and Minutes for City Council and most advisory committees.