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Downtown Welcomes the Community with Additional Lighting

Alley Lighting Project

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 Proper lighting in cities increases safety, aids in orientation, and highlights a location's identity and unique history, according to the Project for Public Spaces. This spring, the Olympia Downtown Alliance and the Parking and Business Improvement Area (PBIA), downtown’s business assessment district, partnered to bring light to the often-overlooked alleys between Legion, State, and 4th and 5th Avenues.

Spring into Style: Shop Local and Find Your Perfect Wardrobe in Downtown Olympia!

Why settle for the same old chain stores when you can find something truly unique and special?

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Spring is almost here, and that means it's time to update your wardrobe with some fresh new styles. But why settle for the same old chain stores when you can find something truly unique and special? Downtown Olympia is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a fun and memorable shopping experience.

Don't Let Bad Weather Rain on Your Parade: Fun Things to Do in Downtown Olympia All Year Round!

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Spring is almost here and we are all getting a little cabin fever. If bad-weather days are putting a damper on your plans, don't let them ruin your fun! Downtown Olympia offers plenty of exciting indoor and outdoor activities to keep you entertained, even on a bad weather day. Here are some fun things you can do rain, snow, sleet or sun: 

Olympia Downtown Alliance Celebrates 25 Years of Championing Community

Names Todd Monohon 2022 Person of the Year

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During the meeting, the Alliance honored community members with several awards, including the 2022 Design Award to Underhill Plants, the 2022 Golden Paintbrush award to Steve Cooper, the 2022 Business of the Year Award to The Brotherhood Lounge, the 2022 Volunteer of the Year Award to Nick Guzman, and the 2022 Person of the Year award to Todd Monohon.