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  1. Evening Construction Ahead Sign

    Port Plans Construction During Evening Hours, Thursday and Friday, August 27 and 28

    The seasonal demand on construction crews has impacted the port’s marine terminal paving project. Construction activity will occur both Thursday and Friday evenings starting at 6 pm and continuing for approximately 12 hours. Read on...
  2. Yelm Building

    Port Continues Summer Tradition of Meeting in County’s Small Cities

    Note: The August 24th meeting in Bucoda has been cancelled.
    Because the Port Commission represents all of Thurston County, it typically meets annually in each of the small cities over the summer months.
    Read on...
  3. APWA

    Stormwater Treatment System Named to American Public Works Association 2015 Projects of the Year

    The Port of Olympia, WA Stormwater Treatment System was recently named a 2015 Public Works Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association (APWA). Read on...
  4. Sand in the City

    Sand in the City - A Free Family Festival!

    Watch experts and local groups create masterpieces out of sand at Hands on Children’s Museum’s Sand in the City® at Olympia's East Bay on Aug 22-23. Read on...
  5. Artesian Brewfest Logo

    Artesian Brewfest Showcases Tumwater’s Brewing History

    Over 30 Pacific Northwest breweries plus Tumwater’s original Olympia beer will be featured at the 3rd annual Tumwater Artesian Brewfest on August 22nd. Read on...
  6. Stormwater Treatment Plant Monitoring

    Port Increases Safety of Stormwater Treatment Plant

    Port of Olympia has been working to identify and correct causes of the hydrogen peroxide spill that occurred at the Marine Terminal’s stormwater treatment plant on Jan. 28, 2015. The spill did not result in any chemicals entering Budd Inlet. Read on...
  7. Logs being loaded

    Port Makes Course Correction Due to Changing Economy

    Two significant changes to the national and global economies are impacting the Port’s 2015 operating income. In response, the Port has acted to defer many projects planned for this year. Read on...
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  1. Osprey Nest Material Pole
    Feathers Are Flying on Port Peninsula
    Taking a bird’s eye view, Audubon and Port attract nesting birds to urban natural area...
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