The goal of City of Olympia’s Art Crossings program is to place public art into Olympia’s neighborhoods, contribute to a sense of community identity, and introduce place making elements that help to define and bring together different areas of our community. Having worked through the process to design approval on West Bay Drive, we are now starting the… Read more »
Posts By: Nathan Allan
Another good meeting for the Plum Street Village , CAC. The biggest take away for me was the fact that the PSV needs internet. I have offered to donate equipment if the city gets Comcast to install Cable Internet service. The social workers currently use a mobile hot spot, and residents are limited to their… Read more »
By now you have probably heard about the Plum Street Village (PSV), a transitional housing site featuring 29 tiny houses. It is staffed and run by LIHI (Low Income Housing Institute) who provide case management and services to the residents. After running for a couple of months a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) was formed with… Read more »
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!
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 »