The Council of Neighborhood Associations organized this Olympia candidate forum held at Garfield Elementary on October 17th, 2019. In attendance were Nathaniel Jones and Cheryl Selby running for Olympia mayor, Jessica Bateman and Phyllis Booth running for Olympia council position 2, and Dani Madrone and Matt Goldenberg running for Olympia council position 3. YouTube link:... Continue Reading →
The Northeast Neighborhood Association (NENA) is hosting it's annual potluck this year at the newly remodeled Priest Point Park rose garden shelter. Join us for an evening of music, food, fun, and a raffle! When: Wednesday, September 11, 2019 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm Where: Priest Point Park: 600 East Bay Drive Northeast, Olympia, WA 98506... Continue Reading →
The Northeast Neighborhood Association (NENA) is having its Annual Neighborhood Potluck and Celebration on Wednesday evening, September 11th at Priest Point Park. This event attracts about 150 neighbors. We host a raffle as a fundraiser, where neighbors can buy tickets to win gift baskets of items or services provided by local businesses. We are seeking... Continue Reading →
Thurston Talk writes about the history of the Northeast Neighborhood and the things that make this community great. Article by Stephanie Hemness. Neighborhood Notes: Historic Northeast Olympia What makes any neighborhood special is the people who live in it. And for the Northeast Olympia neighborhoods, that is especially true. From its early pioneer settlers to... Continue Reading →
Dear neighbor, With your support, NENA – together with the City of Olympia and our other community partners – has accomplished much in the last year to make our neighborhood a better place to live. This year’s accomplishments: Constructing a new sidewalk along Quince Street to make it safer for kids to walk to Reeves... Continue Reading →
SarahJoy Smith wrote us up on Thurston Talk, a local website serving the greater Thurston County area. Check out her impressions here. Thank you, SarahJoy, for sharing your observations!
Those rolled and wrapped flyers that appear in your front yard or driveway can be stopped. The Olympian distributes the "Extra" paper to non-subscribers of The Olympian. The best and quickest way to get the paper stopped is for the homeowner call customer service and request a stop. 1-800-905-0296. The paper carriers should then be directed... Continue Reading →
Do you live within the area we serve and represent? NENA includes parts of unincorporated Thurston County. Click here to open a map showing our boundaries in red. 26th Ave. on the north | Yew Ave. on the south | South Bay Rd on the east | East Bay Drive & Berry St on the... Continue Reading →