Posts By: Nathan Allan

Free Workshop on Preserving and Caring for Historic Wood Windows

There is an upcoming FREE WORKSHOP, whether they live in a historic home or not. The city’s Heritage Commission will be holding a free workshop on Preserving and Caring for Historic Wood Windows, on Saturday June 22nd.  See the flier with information about the workshop. Please pass it along and share with your neighbors!

Eastside Neighbor-Tainment Variety Show

Saturday, June 1st, 3 to 5 p.m. At Salvation Army Worship Center on 4th & Central The Eastside and Bigelow Highlands neighborhood associations are sponsoring a family-friendly variety show that will be held on Saturday, June 1st from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Salvation Army Worship Center on 4th and Central. The doors will… Read more »

ENA Sub-Area Plan Survey #4- Community Connections

This is Survey #4 – Community Connections This is the 4th and final survey based on draft Action Plans developed by the ENA Sub-area Planning Team. Thanks to those of you who have responded to earlier surveys! This survey contains 32 action plan recommendations and three additional questions you can choose to answer. For each… Read more »

Survey Footnotes – Community Connections

These footnotes belong with the Subarea Plan Community Connections Survey. 1. Whereas many Olympia neighborhoods are within easy walking distance of community parks and open space amenities such as Priest Point, Watershed, Mission Creek and LBA Woods, Eastside residents are limited to two small neighborhood parks, Lions Park and Madison Scenic Park. The 2016 Parks,… Read more »

ENA Sub-Area Plan Survey #3- Crime Prevention & Safety Enhancement

Dear Eastside Neighborhood Neighbors, The Eastside Neighborhood Association (ENA) Subarea Planning Team is developing four action plans based on input received from neighborhood town halls, surveys, and events. We are doing surveys for each action plan. It contains 28 action plan recommendations. For each recommendation you can indicate whether they should be included as they… Read more »