Posts By: Whitney Bowerman

Meeting re: Crime in the Eastside – April 27, 7:00 pm, Methodist Church

Join neighbors, along with staff from the Olympia Police Department, to discuss neighborhood concerns regarding burglaries, drug houses, and general crime in the Eastside neighborhood. The meeting will include staff from the Olympia Police Department. First United Methodist Church, 1224 Legion Way SE (corner of Legion & Boundary) Wednesday, April 27, 2016, 7:00PM

Eastside Food Project Pick-Up Saturday 2/14/15

The February pick-up for the Food Project is this Saturday, February 14. Please place your green bags on your front porch by 9:00 am, unless your Neighborhood Coordinator has specified otherwise. The theme for this pick-up is canned fruit, but you are always welcome to include whatever you’d like. We are working to slowly grow this program in the… Read more »

Eastside Food Project Pick-Up – Saturday, December 13, 2014

The December pick-up for the Food Project is Saturday, December 13. Please place your green bags on your front porch by 9:00 am, unless your Neighborhood Coordinator has specified otherwise. If you’re wondering what the Food Project is, you can learn more on the ENA website.  We’d LOVE to have more Eastside neighbors participating! This is a super… Read more »

ENA Fall General Meeting Handouts

The Fall Quarterly Meeting of the Eastside Neighborhood Association focused on crime and safety issues currently being experienced within the neighborhood. Staff from the Olympia Police Department presented. Quarterly Meeting Handouts

Eastside Food Project Pick-Up Saturday 10/11/14

The October pick-up for the Food Project is this Saturday, October 11. Please place your green bags on your front porch by 9:00 am, unless your Neighborhood Coordinator has specified otherwise. If you’re wondering what the Food Project is, you can learn more on the ENA website.  We’d LOVE to have more Eastside neighbors participating! This… Read more »

Greening Capitol Way – Public Involvement Meetings

From the City of Olympia: Olympia is one of three capital cities to be selected for the EPA’s Greening America’s Capitols external link program. With technical design assistance from EPA, we will re-envision Capitol Way, from the Farmer’s Market to the State Capitol campus, as a greener and more vibrant streetscape. Get Involved The City… Read more »

Go Green! Natural Lawn Care 2015 Program Recruitment

Go Green! Natural Lawn Care 2015 Program Recruitment Go Green – Get Green! You can have a beautiful lawn, naturally – PLUS save time and money! Do you use chemical quick-release fertilizers and/or “weed” and “feed” type products to maintain your lawn? If yes, we want you for a new FREE lawn care program!